CASE STUDY: winning back friends with good governance
In June 2014, Stephanie Manahan took over as CEO at the Central Remedial Clinic (CRC), the beleaguered charity that had hit the headlines for all the wrong governance reasons.
Prior to joining the CRC, Manahan was deputy manager of Connolly Hospital in Dublin. An occupational therapist by profession, and a former chair of the National Association of Occupational Therapists of Ireland, she has since added another qualification in the form of a diploma in corporate governance...
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