Kevin McManamon, Dublin footballer to address the SFA Annual Conference
 

The SFA are delighted to announce that Kevin McManamon, five time Dublin football All Ireland winner, will be delivering the closing address at this years SFA Annual Conference, Time to transform.  In the 2011 All-Ireland Senior Football Championship final against Kerry, Kevin came on with 20 minutes to go and scored a goal to reduce the margin between the teams from four points to a single point. Dublin went on to win the match by a single point and the Irish Independent named him as their man of the match.

 

As part of Kevin’s presentation prey to predator, he advises how to be the predator rather than the prey as he explains his own personal experiences on the pitch while being part of the Dublin team.

 

Kevin McManamon knows first hand how it feels to be insecure and unsure in a situation and the impact this has on how you perform. He has pushed himself to take control and assert himself and by doing this, reaps the rewards.

 

Kevin's experience and drive will be a great way to end what is sure to be a wonderful morning of learning and networking focusing on the transformation of both the people and the business. 

 

If you have not done so already please make sure to register for your free place today

  • SFA members: FREE
  • 24 May, O’Brien Centre for Science, UCD
    Book now at www.sfa.ie/conf

 

 

 

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