NAME: Margaret Considine
PRACTICE AREA: Executive Education, Coaching, Investigations, Mediation & Training
EDUCATION: Qualified and Certified Member of AAT, First class BA degree in Management, Post graduate H Dip. - Conflict and Mediation Skills from UCD and Post graduate MSc. Management (Organisation Behaviour) from Trinity College Dublin. Certified Master Trainer & FAS approved trainer Qualified & Certified Mediator [CEDR & MII accredited] Published Author MA in Conflict Resolution from NUIM in conjunction with University of Ulster Margaret has undertaken post graduate studies in Harvard Law School and Harvard Business School and The Kellogg School of Management, North Western University, USA
PROFILE: Margaret Considine is CEO of Equita Consulting Ltd and Considine Consulting and is an Associate Faculty member of the IMI and NUI Maynooth. Margaret works with some of the major companies in Ireland and Europe assisting them in management development, negotiations, coaching, mediations & HR / legal complaints, in addition to running a wide range of training programmes on a regular basis. Margaret has extensive experience in both private & public sector clients and has worked with RCPI, RCSI, VHI, HSE, many Hospitals in Ireland, and multiple pharmaceutical clients, nationally and internationally. Prior to establishing her own business in 2004, Margaret has worked extensively across the UK, Europe and the USA and continues to actively work in Europe. She was formerly General Manager with a Dublin based consultancy firm. Prior to that, Margaret held a number of national and international senior posts to directorship level in both consulting, service and manufacturing organisations. Margaret has worked with major companies and brands and with a background in Organisation Development, Cobol programming, accounting, HR, sales, operations, marketing and general management her experience stretches across a number of industry sectors including I.T., recruitment, distribution, manufacturing, consultancy, banking, fast food, the drinks industry, education, health and tourism sectors.