Regional Leaders Programme

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Regional Leaders Programme

Event Location / Date & Time: Dell EMC, Raheen, Limerick

Seat Rate: This event is only available to those registered on the programme

Limerick Chamber in partnership with DELL EMC and Kemmy Business School, University of Limerick are delighted to announce the next key speaker for the Regional Leaders Programme, this programme has been in place since January and has seen a significant response from local business owners and senior management in the region, our Regional Leaders Programme is a year long programme that provides you with access to mentors from Limericks most prominent companies who will advise you and support you to become a better leader, in the intermittent months you will also have access to key speakers such as Anne Heraty, CPL, Feargal O’Rourke of PwC, Denis Brosnan of Kerry Food Group and now to close out the year our participants will hear from a fantastic leader- Joe Schmidt- this is a closed event and is only available to those who are currently registered on this programme. we are currently compiling a list for our Regional Leaders Programme 2018 should you wish to book your place now. Places are limited so be sure to book now, for more information please contact 


Josef ‘Joe’ Schmidt            

Joe Schmidt is a New Zealand-born rugby union coach, currently the head coach of Ireland.


Joe played rugby in New Zealand to First Class level. He is a former schoolteacher, during which he spent four years as assistant coach of the New Zealand Schoolboys Rugby Team. He began coaching fulltime as assistant coach at Bay of Plenty, followed by the Auckland Blues and then Clermont Auvergne before moving to Dublin in 2010. A three-year tenure as Head Coach at Leinster netted four trophies, including two European Cups, Joe was subsequently appointed Ireland’s Head Coach in 2013.


In the four years since, Ireland have won two Six Nations titles, and they recently secured a place in the history books by recording their first ever win over the All Blacks after 29 meetings and 111 years of trying.


The last season has seen Ireland win away against South Africa for the first time as well as claiming the scalps of the top 3 ranked teams in the world; New Zealand, England and Australia.

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