Dr. Lollie Mancey

Lollie

Anthropologist || AI Ethicist || Radio Show & Podcast Presenter

Keynote Speaker || Award Winning || Storyteller & Entrepreneur

INSPIRING WOMEN AWARD

Path breakers in emerging Tech

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Thank you Silicon Republic 💥 Honoured to be mentioned in such esteemed company along with Sabrina Maniscalco Virginia Dignum Patricia ScanlonSusan Leavy Niamh Donnelly as “Path breakers in emerging Tech”

An Entrepreneur Like You

The Global Discussion – Dr Lollie Mancey

“We are delighted to have Dr Lollie Mancey on The Global Discussion to discuss her insights on innovation, entrepreneurship, and education.”

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The journey of the entrepreneur is one of peaks and troughs, a world where failures are just opportunities to start again and become new learning experiences. This podcast will explore the world of the Irish entrepreneur, and engage with people making a difference.

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Keynote Speaker Award Winning Storyteller & Entrepreneur

Catalysing change through innovative strategies and distinctive approaches, Lollie redefines the landscape for corporations and institutions globally.

Lollie taps into the deep well of truth to ensure that event attendees have a life-altering experience. Her aim is to embolden people to take audacious strides in the domains of technology, leadership, and performance. She has graced the stages of the most cutting-edge companies, including – Department of Education, Sprout Social, All Tech is Human and UCD.

This engaging conversation between Lucas and Dr.Lollie delves into the profound impact of artificial intelligence on the job market.

Dr Lollie Mancey – UCD Innovation Academy – Resilience And Work/Life Balance In The CX Workplace

Show Notes

Dr Lollie Mancey is an anthropologist and AI ethicist based in Dublin, Ireland. She is the Programme Director for Innovation and Entrepreneurship (Digital tech and resilience) at the University College Dublin Innovation Academy.

Lollie is focused on workplace performance and this includes how work/life balance should be managed and what causes anxiety and other issues that may damage work perforamnce, home life, or both. Lollie isn’t focused specifically on CX, but her research covers workplaces that are similar to those we see in BPO and CX and her ideas in this conversation with Peter Ryan are valuable lessons on how to look after your people – if you don’t then they will not be around for much longer.

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