This Working Life: 'I think it is important to ask yourself, would you like to work with you?'
Knowing the worth of one's work, and having a sense of purpose, are both far more important to Dogs Trust executive director Becky Bristow than salary-related concerns
Becky Bristow has been executive director of Dogs Trust, which rescues, rehabilitates and rehomes dogs, since 2019. A qualified accountant, tax consultant and executive coach, she joined the Dublin-based charity from Chartered Accountants Ireland, where she served as director of member services, operations and development.
I saw the Dogs Trust executive director job come up and said: “I’ve wanted that since I was a child.” In the back of my mind, I probably always...
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