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Kieran McConville

Season 3, Ep. 3

Our guest today is Kieran McConville who is the Global Content Advisor for the charity Concern worldwide. Concern Worldwide is Ireland's largest aid and humanitarian agency. Concern is heavily involved in many Ukrainian aid projects and Kiernan has recently visited that country. Kieran tells us about that trip there and how the public can help the people of Ukraine.


Kieran is an experienced multimedia professional, who has worked in broadcast, print, and online media for over 25 years. Currently working in the non-profit sector, he is continuously expanding on a career which has taken him to dozens of the most interesting countries around the world.


Concern Worldwide was founded 50 years ago and it has worked in 50 countries. Concern helped 28.6 million of the world's poorest and most vulnerable people in 2019, while responding to 82 emergencies in 24 countries.


For more information on Concern go to their website here https://www.concern.net


This Emotional Intelligence Podcast has a simple premise that elicits some fascinating insights from guests. Every Wednesday I will be asking a special guest for the moments of clarity that contributed to changes in course in their life journey.

 

This season the podcast will feature global experts on emotions, change and leadership sharing real-life experiences on how they’ve used emotional intelligence to see the world, and themselves, more clearly.

 

For more information on Emotional Intelligence (EQ) and Six Seconds Europe please go to https://www.6seconds.org/eu

 

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Svitlana Kalitsun

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