Tangible Ireland’s ‘Mouths of the Farset!’







Tangible Leadership Seminar No.77

Since 2009 we have delivered more than 70 Tangible Leadership seminars in Ireland and in major cities around the world including New York, London, Sydney and San Francisco to cultivate Business and Civic leadership. Our mission is to encourage leadership, excellence and provide inspiration to individuals seeking to make a positive difference in their community through regenerating the social and economic fabric of society. Having started because of the devastating effect of the Global Financial Crisis we find our approach is still relevant and is welcomed all over the world.

Underlying themes are Leadership, Excellence and Inspiration and everyone is welcome irrespective of their beliefs as long as they adhere to the Tangible principles of being positive, pragmatic and honouring our whinge free zone. No dumping or blatant negativity is allowed. We are all aware of the realities of life thus this rule is to protect the creation of positive energy rather than denial that negative things do and will continue to happen.

All sectors are invited/represented from Arts, Culture, Business, Politics, Government and Not for Profit. The format is simple: we convene between 10 and 15 leaders from diverse backgrounds to present on the challenges they face in their Business and/or Civic endeavours. We encourage them to bring one or two colleagues to create a dynamic and creative safe space where they listen and are listened to by individuals who understand the challenges they may be facing.

This year’s Belfast event is entitled ‘Mouths of the Farset!’ scheduled for:

Thursday, 22nd February 2018 – 2.00pm-6.00pm, with Registration from 1.30pm

at the Skainos Centre in East Belfast.

Our process is to promote our event and progressively identify an eclectic mix of speakers locally (in this case Belfast) and visitors mainly with Ireland/U.K. connections with some from overseas.
‘Mouths of the Farset!’ Belfast, Northern Ireland

‘Mouths of the Farset!’ is a play on the origin of the name of Belfast which comes from the Gaelic Béal Feirste which means the ‘Mouth of the Farset!’

Get in touch if you or one of your colleagues feels they would have something to contribute.

We’ll be talking! Beimid ag caint!

Raymond Sexton
Tangible Ireland & Tangible-your global partner
+61 406 850 709