How I work: ‘If you want to see certain attitudes and behaviours in the workplace, then you need to be a role model’

You can’t always be in control and 100 per cent prepared for interviews, meetings or presentations. Other things matter just as much, such as having trust in yourself, being present and engaging with others

14th March, 2021
How I work: ‘If you want to see certain attitudes and behaviours in the workplace, then you need to be a role model’

Claire Murphy is group general counsel, company secretary and head of shared services at Speed Fibre Group. Murphy, 40, joined the company in June 2018 following a four-year stint as a senior associate at Philip Lee. She grew up in Limerick City and studied business and law at UCD before qualifying as a solicitor in 2008. Speed Fibre Group was incorporated in 2020 and is the parent company of Enet, Airspeed Telecom and Magnet Networks....

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