How to convert your biggest challenges

into your greatest opportunities

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Masterclass Details​

During this masterclass we look at the top 8 challenges that businesses are facing, both in the short and also longer term.  Paul shares his experience of implementing frameworks which will help turn these challenges into opportunities and one by one you will be given a framework to help you deal with each challenge, leaving you with a real POA!

Topics Include The Following:

We have broken this webinar into 2 segments, to help you listen in and digest in 2 parts. In Part 1 we look at the following 4 challenges facing us right now and how you can deal with them. They include :

  • Lack of clear strategy

    - You need to be clear on where you are going to arrive there on time.

  • Cash crunch and finances

    - Ensure your "working capital" is working for you.

  • Adapting to new ways of working

    - Unlocking the power of the tribe.

  • Mindset

    - The first battle happens inside your head.

In Part 2 we look at the following 4 challenges and how we can turn them into opportunities :

  • Controlling the controllables

    - Working within your circle of influence.

  •  Pivot/ recency Bias

    - What has got us to where we are is not enough to keep us there

  • Opportunity knocks but goes unanswered

    - Perfect is the enemy of progress

  • Agility

    - Having the ability to move with the situation.

Meet The Speaker: Paul Lynch​

Paul Lynch is the founder and MD of 80/20 consulting which was established to bring the strategic sales and financial capability of large corporates to SMEs to help them evolve to the next level.


He has over 25 years experience leading both Sales and Finance teams within the manufacturing, consumer goods and Retail industries. He is a versatile qualified accountant with excellent experience working with world leading companies such as Pepsico,Tesco, Kerry Foods and Britvic as well as in the management consultancy arena working with SME's in the Construction, Retail, Insurance and Hospitality sectors.


Paul has a proven track record in delivering top line growth, control and insights to the businesses – which is so very important in light of the current economic environment.

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The All-Ireland Business Foundation (AIBF) is an independent national body that identifies, acknowledges and supports the country’s most ambitious and visionary business leaders.


As the awarding body for Business All-Star Accreditation Quality Mark, it identifies and recognises best-in-class Irish businesses that deserve recognition for their trust and customer-centricity. Currently, there are over 400 companies that are accredited. 


Since 2014, over 2500 companies have participated in our programmes. The Foundation also hosts the annual All-Ireland Summit and quarterly forums while promoting peer-learning and collaboration among it’s accredited companies.

About Business All-Star Accreditation

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We believe in a marketplace where Best-in-Class companies are clearly identifiable and where consumers can purchase with confidence from All-Star accredited businesses. The Foundation promotes its accredited businesses to Irish consumers, giving them confidence and reassurance when making their purchasing decisions.

The Foundation offers Accredited All-Star businesses the opportunity to engage in peer-dialogue, collaboration and support each other by forming part of the foundation's TRIBE - The Register of Irish Business Excellence.

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