In part two of this podcast with the CEO of the international organisation EIL (Experiment in International Living), Kevin Hickey, explains in detail some of the powerful initiatives and the transformative effect they have with young adults.
He is joined on the episode by the inspirational Annemarie Collins, from the travelling community, who travelled to Mexico as part of the EIL Explore programme and she shares her valuable experiences including working with indigenous and immigrant...
Greg chats with the CEO of EIL, An Experiment in International Living, Kevin Hickey.
Kevin shares his fascinating life journey from a small farm in Tallow to incredible experiences and roles including archaeology, running a music school, an observer of the very first democratic elections in South Africa in 1984, rural community programmes, teaching in Mexico and his role as CEO of this very interesting international organisation, EIL.
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Greg chats with Tommy Fegan, Chairman of CRY (Cardiac Risk in the Young) in Part 1 of a fascinating podcast.
Tommy grew up in a divided society in the North of Ireland and witnessed first hand the very worst of the troubles.
His love of music brought him close to the travelling community in the South and made him one of the most popular men in the United States during spells there.
His fascinating career meant he had to push his strong politics aside with key roles with Cooperation North...
If you want to get anything done you should ask a busy person!
Greg chats with serial educator and the master of getting great things done, Bernard Kirk, CEO of Camden Education Trust, Co-Founder of Africa Code Week and someone who is involved in so many projects all with the same goal of advancing the potential of young people through education.
An early experience on building sites in the UK set off a powerful light bulb moment for Bernard - without education you will struggle, as he...
In this episode Greg chats with Caroline O'Driscoll, KPMG Tax Partner, Chairperson of ITCork and Co-Founder of I Wish.
Caroline, chats about her life in Cork, her 21 years with KPMG and her passion for the region as a place to work and live.
She chats about her role as Chairperson of ITCork, a 200 strong members organisation and one that has seen huge employment growth and her role with I Wish, which encourages young women in STEM sectors.
She also shares some simple golden rules about...
In this episode Greg chats with the man from Cavan, Michéal Sheridan, the CEO of The Mercy Foundation Hospital.
Michéal chats about that balance between being professional and taking things personally and he chats about the "life changing" Roger Waters gig that challenged us all to RESIST wherever and whenever we see bullshit happening in the world.
He shares his personal and professional stories including the early days working on the family farm, working with the ISPCC and his current...
In this episode Greg chats with General Manager of the Kinsale Bay Food Company, Tommy Doyle, Kerry Legend, the winner of seven All-Ireland Senior medals.
Tommy is asked if the "invincible" Dublin team can be stopped from winning five All-Irelands in 2019 and if Kerry are the team to do that.
We talk about the art of defending, having a ferocious appetite for winning and Kerry needing a manager who will be brave enough to take the challenge and to Go For It
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In this episode of the Fuzion Win Happy podcast, Greg chats with Ireland's Best Young Entrepreneur 2018, Conor O'Loughlin, CEO and Founder of Glofox, who shares his story of huge disappointment with an injury, which finished his rugby career with Connacht at the age of 28 to a new career in computer software.
Realising that his rugby career and dream was over, he started a web development company and quickly evolved this into a niche software business for the gym and fitness industry.
In part one of this Fuzion Win Happy podcast, Joe Philpott, lead guitarist of Rubyhorse shares the incredible story that took this band of school friends from their garage in Cork to huge success in the U.S.
In this episode, Part 2 Joe takes us from then until now, from falling out of love with music and the band and then gradually falling in love all over again with both.
15 years later the band are back recording and gigging - listen to their story and check out the new single "I wanna...
In this episode of the Fuzion Win Happy podcast we chat with Joe Philpott, lead guitarist of Rubyhorse, who are on the comeback trail after 15 years of not playing together.
In part one Joe shares his and the bands incredible story, which took friends rehearsing in a garage in Cork to being chased by all of the major record labels in the U.S.
Determination, hard work, faith and raw talent took Joe and Rubyhorse on the most amazing journey, which featured Beatle, George Harrison appearing...
In this episode of the Fuzion Win Happy podcast, Greg chats with the music loving, artist and kayaker, Donal Clancy, CEO of Laya Healthcare.
Donal shares his fascinating story including how he has calmly navigated this thriving business through some huge storms, which saw it evolve from BUPA to Quinn Healthcare to Laya Healthcare.
Donal shares his philosophy about business and life and how he approaches the many storms he has experienced.
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In this episode Greg chats with Mick Hannigan, the Co-Director of the Indie Cork Film Festival.
Mick, who has just returned from a 3 month volunteering stint in the West Bank shared his experiences in Part 1 of our chat.
In this, Part 2 of our chat he shares his life story, including early days growing up in Cork, London in the punk rock seventies and then a return to Cork.
He has spent over 30 years spotting Irish film talent through the Cork Film Festival and the Indie Cork Film...
Greg Canty chats with Mick Hannigan, Co-Director of the Indie Cork Film Festival over two episodes.
Just back from a three month volunteer stint in the West Bank, Mick shares his fascinating experiences.
He wasn't expecting to be herding sheep with shepherds in Yatta, Hebron and there was lots more to surprise him during his time in this troubled place.
Sumud is the Arabic word for hope... Mick has hope.
Would you jump off your busy wheel of life for 3 months?
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Greg chats with Deirdre Mortell, the CEO of The Social Innovation Fund.
When her dad told her she was like someone with a permanent itch in her ass he was right..she never stays still!!
Being "different" has her always challenging, changing what she can. A colourful career with senior roles with Oxfam, Barnardos, the 10 year One Foundation project with Declan Ryan and now the Social Innovation Fund.
She is also the founding board member of Women for Election.
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Greg chats with the famous fishmonger from The English Market, Pat O'Connell.
Pat shares his story about his hardworking mum, Kathleen who started K.O'Connell Fishmerchants and how a typical market transformed into the huge Cork showpiece that it is today.
He tells us the story of decades of regulars and what exactly he said to The Queen, that made her laugh in that iconic photograph.
He talks about the huge loss experienced when his mum passed away and he also shares some news about an...
In this episode of the Fuzion Win Happy podcast Greg chats with the softly spoken and quietly competitive CEO of Temple Street Foundation, Denise Fitzgerald.
Denise shares her story about growing up in the North of Ireland during the troubles, taking a job with Bank of Ireland in Dublin and a cup of coffee with a friend that resulted in a colossal, totally unexpected change of career.
13 years later Denise shares her story including the success of the Foundation and the huge progress at...
In this episode Greg chats with Deirdre Garvey, CEO of The Wheel, the support organisation for the vast non-profit sector in Ireland.
She chats about her early days having a ball and working in Germany as an Electronic Engineer, her return to Ireland and taking up the role of Fundraising Manager with the Paul Newman charity, Barretstown.
Five years later she became the first employee and CEO of The Wheel, the organisation founded by the inspirational Dr. Mary Redmond.
In this episode Greg chats with Margot Slattery the Country President of Sodexo Ireland, a giant of company with a team of over 4,000 on these shores alone.
Margot chats about her idyllic life growing up on a farm in Bruff, Co.Limerick and some early inspiration including her widowed grandmother, Annie Keane who managed her own farm.
She also chats about her career path, challenges along the way and being a role model as a successful woman in business and a champion for the LGBT community...
Greg chats with young successful businessman, Ernest Cantillon who shares his personal story, which includes a brother with special needs and an early decision to give up alcohol.
He talks about the early, fun and often naive days of opening his own businesses, including Sober Lane and Electric.
He talks about other ventures that were not successful and how this impacted him and there is also a core philosophy of "It's nice to be nice" and how this works in a competitive business...
In this episode Greg has a huge chat with fellow Dublin Chamber Council member and Head of Business Banking with AIB, Catherine Moroney.
The chat explores her early days growing up in Dublin, part time work in a hospital for patients with long term illness, switching from Archaeology to banking and a successful career with AIB.
She talks about the crash and the impact of this on her and colleagues, the challenge of diversity, the impact of technology and preparing customers for...