Timoney Leadership Institute is managed on a day-to-day basis by our executive team and staff who are here to help you assess if our executive training is best suited to your leadership needs.
Ronan is one of the founding partners of the Timoney Leadership Institute and became its first CEO in 2015. In 2017 he was appointed a Regional Fellow of IESE Business School in Ireland.
A graduate of International Commerce from UCD, he worked initially as a Strategic Analyst and then as International Brand Manager with Baileys Irish Cream.
He subsequently worked as Managing Director of Lismullin Institute (www.lismullin.ie) which is an educational initiative inspired by the catholic organisation Opus Dei. During his time he managed a €12 million expansion of Lismullin Conference Centre in County Meath, financed through a national fundraising campaign.
Along with other business leaders he launched the Lismullin Leadership Forum, which in 2012 led to the establishment of Timoney Leadership Institute.
He is a board member of various educational charities including Rosemont School in Stepaside in Dublin.
Programme Promotions Director
Sean is a Fellow of the Institute of Bankers in Ireland and a graduate of Trinity College Dublin, holding an MSc in Management Practice. A highly experienced retail banker, with 15 years’ senior management and executive experience, he spent most of his career in front line branch banking. In 2008 he was appointed Head of Regulatory Compliance for AIB Group (UK) plc, and was a member of the AIB UK Divisional Management Team. In December 2013 he availed of an early retirement opportunity to pursue other interests. He remains a director of AIB Pensions UK Limited, and joined the Timoney Leadership Institute as Programme Promotions Director in 2016.
Paul is one of the founders of the Timoney Leadership Institute and also director of the Lismullin Leadership Forum, from which the Institute developed. He is director of the biennial Cleraun Media Conferences which focus on professional integrity and ethics for journalists and filmmakers and also works with the information office of the Opus Dei Prelature. After graduating from UCD in mechanical engineering, he worked on automobile engine research, and later as a production engineer, production manager and general manager with international companies in Ireland and Italy.
Celia is a graduate of Robert Gordon University, Aberdeen where she studied Corporate Communications. Originally from Germany she has lived in Ireland since 2007 after only meaning to come for a short holiday! She joined Timoney from the AA, where she was Executive Assistant to the CEO and prior to that she spent almost 10 years as Head of Business Administration with XR Marketing.https://www.linkedin.com/in/celia-o-lochlainn-59225b36/
Alison is recent graduate with a 2:1 BA hons in Event Management from Dundalk Institute of Technology. She has lots of relevant experience from a marketing and event management Internship which she completed with Dublin Town as well as lots of customer service experience from her time working in retail. Alison is responsible for coordinating Timoney’s classes and events, implementing a people-centered approach at the heart of each of project.https://www.linkedin.com/in/alison-casserly-a90149b9/
Born in Valencia, Spain, Luison has been living in Ireland for over 30 years. He is a graduate of UCD in Economics and Philosophy, and also holds an MA in Economics and a Diploma in Systems Analysis from NUI, Galway. He has worked as a Marketing professional with a leading software company in the UK and Ireland, and currently works as a freelance consultant and trainer with a Galway-based technology consultancy firm. He is responsible for developing and implementing the CRM solution for Timoney Leadership Institute which is based on the SalesForce platform.https://www.linkedin.com/in/luisonlassala
Find out about your world-class faculty here
See our experience Management Committee here
“What Timoney did for me was actually give me confidence in what I was doing was right. The case study brings it all into focus as to why you do things that way, and that made me a better leader because I became more confident in what I was doing.”