Senior Business Transformation Practitioner

Brendan is a highly-experienced Executive and Board Director with 40+ years’ experience across people leadership, transformation design and implementation, and top-level stakeholder management.

Having operated at the highest level in the Irish Retail Banking sector, Brendan is an experienced C-suite /Board Director mentor.

His approach to stakeholder management during business transformation is open, engaging, constructive, solution-focused and challenging.

Brendan is academically qualified to MBA level and professionally qualified to Certified Bank Director level. He is a Fellow, former Board Director, Chairman, and former President of the Institute of Banking.

Additionally, Brendan holds qualifications from UCD Graduate School of Business, INSEAD, Cranfield School of Management and the Irish Management Institute.

Brendan is Chairman of 3 not-for-profit organisations and is also on the Board of a B2B Fintech business.

Brendan Lynott, Senior Business Transformation Practitioner

Brendan is a highly-experienced Executive and Board Director with 40+ years’ experience across people leadership, transformation design and implementation, and top-level stakeholder management.

Having operated at the highest level in the Irish Retail Banking sector, Brendan is an experienced C-suite /Board Director mentor.

His approach to stakeholder management during business transformation is open, engaging, constructive, solution-focused and challenging.

Brendan is academically qualified to MBA level and professionally qualified to Certified Bank Director level. He is a Fellow, former Board Director, Chairman, and former President of the Institute of Banking.

Additionally, Brendan holds qualifications from UCD Graduate School of Business, INSEAD, Cranfield School of Management and the Irish Management Institute.

Brendan is Chairman of 3 not-for-profit organisations and is also on the Board of a B2B Fintech business.

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