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Milo-Arne Wilkinson

Milo-Arne has over seven degrees in the areas of forensic psychology, neurosciences, organisational psychology and psychotherapy, and is one of the main facilitators and coaches for ELEVEN. Milo-Arne has just recently completed an assignment with Dr Jason Mitchell from Harvard University on discovering the unconscious brain, which will amount to a pre-assessment tool for ELEVEN in 2020.


Natalie Bagnall

Previously a Director in Google, Natalie has over twenty-five years’ experience in leadership roles in complex business environments and has managed large teams across European markets with a specialisation in organisational and people development. Natalie combines this business background with her extensive coaching experience to bring professional transformation to companies and individuals. Accredited and qualified from the Academy of Executive Coaching, Smurfit’s and the IMI, Natalie offers a proactive approach to helping clients modify unproductive patterns and establish more successful ones.


Sandy Wright

Sandy has over 15 years’ experience in corporate leadership, learning and development, and employee engagement in blue chip organisations. Sandy has seen first-hand the effects of negative and positive behaviour on teams, individuals and culture. She gathers a collective experience from years of observations and is an expert in helping people discover a new edge, a new horizon and to act on their aspirations.

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Richard Hogan

Richard Hogan is a systemically trained Family Psychotherapist registered with The Family Therapy Association of Ireland. He is the Clinical Director of Therapy Institute. He writes every Thursday for the Irish Examiner where he explores mental health issues for teenagers, couples and families. He is the author of the forthcoming book ‘Parenting the Screenager. A practical guide for parents of the modern child.’ Richard was shortlisted for a Fulbright scholarship and he is often invited onto shows such as the Hard Shoulder with Ivan Yates Newstalk, The Today Show RTÉ and Ireland am TV3 as an expert in the field of human behaviour where he offers his expertise and strategies on how to over-come mental health issues.

Jenny Stacey

Jenny has over 25 years experience as a coach, psychotherapist and educator. Throughout her work she brings a psychological lens and creates the conditions for people to gain awareness of their ingrained patterns of behaviour, discover choices and implement change. She delivers postgraduate coaching and coaching psychology programmes in Ireland and the UK for transformational learning and development, introducing theoretical ideas and their practical application through experiential learning.
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ELEVEN | Executive Leadership Programme at DBS


Designed specifically for executive leaders (or soon-to-be executive leaders) who aspire to a higher level or to make a greater impact in their role, this programme is designed to give you the confidence you need to maximise your performance as a leader.

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ELEVEN Future Leaders Programme at DBS


Created specifically for aspiring, new or mid-tier leaders who are driven to create change and take their leadership potential to the next level, this programme is designed to empower you to lead with trust and transparency, while building your confidence, agility and resourcefulness.

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ELEVEN at DBS | Corporate and Bespoke Programmes


Inspire employees with a thought-provoking seminar, interactive workshop, or bespoke leadership programme, tailored to your organisation’s needs. These immersive experiences will challenge your people to explore and unleash their full potential.

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