Advice: ‘Find a champion, someone who believes in you and will support you’

Having a person who will help and support you as your career develops and who will act as a sounding board can make all the difference, according to Leslie Brett of Lennox

4th October, 2020
Advice: ‘Find a champion, someone who believes in you and will support you’
Leslie Brett, chief executive officer at Lennox Laboratory Supplies, says consistent communication is one of the biggest priorities at the moment Picture: Fergal Phillips

Leslie Brett is managing director at Lennox, a position she has held since January 2016. The Irish-owned laboratory supplies company has been in business since 1923. It employs 60 people in Dublin and Cork and sells lab consumables and chemicals, analytical equipment and PPE. Before joining Lennox, Brett worked at Baxter Healthcare for more than two decades, most recently in the role of business director.

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