The Winner Effect Talk Dublin

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 LBDC (Dublin) 

Exclusive Event


Guest Speaker

Professor Ian Robertson

Author of the “Winner Effect”

and Head of Psychology Department at Trinity College Dublin

Professor Ian Robertson (Head of Psychology Dept at Trinity College Dublin)
Professor Ian Robertson (Head of Psychology Dept at Trinity College Dublin)

I am thrilled that Professor Ian Robertson, author of “The Winner Effect” will be our guest speaker at our Dublin launch of the LBDC | Lawyers’ Business Development Club |. The venue for the Launch will the stunning Stephen’s Green Hibernian Club.


Professor Robertson’s talk will be entitled:

“The Winner Effect: How Success Makes You Win and Win Again”


Professor Robertson delivered a brilliant Talk to the “Lawyers’ Business Development Club” in London on Wednesday 9 January 2013. There was a great reaction to Professor Robertson’s Talk.

Below, I have included just some of the great comments / feedback sent to me after Prof. Robertson’s Talk.


“Great inspirational/motivational speaker! Every firm should have him along!”

“I found Ian fascinating, well worth making it up for the early start to come along!”

“Amazing insightful start to my otherwise very ordinary Wed in January! Well done on getting full house of c80 people into City for 7.45am!”

“It was very interesting….I bought the book so I’m hoping that reading it will have a winning effect!!”

“…a very interesting talk….I’ve already asked the head of corporate for a loan of his blue pen…..coincidentally, his office is much bigger than mine!”

“It was really interesting; hopefully we can put the tips into practice!”

“…really enjoyed it and it was very interesting indeed.”

“…..great environment and an engaging speaker”.

“It was a very interesting and energizing talk.”

“Thanks for organizing another great talk this morning!”

Professor Ian Robertson: Profile

Professor Ian Robertson (Head of Psychology Dept at Trinity College Dublin)
Professor Ian Robertson (Head of Psychology Dept at Trinity College Dublin)

Ian Robertson holds the Chair in Psychology at Trinity College Dublin.

He was formerly a senior scientist at the MRC Cognition and Brain Sciences Unit and a fellow of Hughes Hall, University of Cambridge. He is a Visiting Professor at University College London and Bangor University and is a Visiting Scientist at the Rotman Research Institute, University of Toronto.

A trained clinical psychologist (Institute of Psychiatry, London), he holds a PhD in neuropsychology from the University of London. His research focuses on behaviour change and brain plasticity: he has more than 200 published books, textbooks and articles, including in Nature, Brain, Journal of Neuroscience and Psychological Bulletin.

A former science writer for the London Times, his multiply-translated popular science books include Mind Sculpture (Bantam, 1999), the Mind’s Eye (Bantam 2002) and The Winner Effect (Bloomsbury 2012

He blogs for the US-based Psychology Today and is Director of the Neurenhancement for Independent Lives (NEIL) programme at Trinity College Dublin.

You can find out more information about Professor Robinson on his website:


Date: Thursday 12 September 2013

Time: 7.45 a.m. to 9.00 a.m.

Venue: The Stephen’s Green Hibernian Club ( )

Cost: Admission Free


Places will be strictly limited. Please drop me a line ( if you would be interested in registering for this Event.

I look forward to seeing you in Dublin on Thursday 12 September.

All the best,


Colin Carroll
“Lawyers’ Business Development Club”

Telephone: 07917 301 070


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