February 13, 2018 @ 12:30 pm – 1:30 pm
Chartered Accountants House
47 Pearse St
€35 Members, €50 Non Member
Emily Glen

It is widely accepted that culture can influence organizational performance. In a sector where culture can vary, individual credit unions face challenges in creating cultures which foster high performance.

Mick Dillon, CEO of Ballyfermot Inchicore Credit Union Limited, will discuss the role that culture plays in determining business success. Mick will share his insights on culture, how to influence it and more importantly he will outline the essential components required to cultivate high performance teams.

Attendees will gain an understanding of the importance of culture in determining performance from a Credit Union perspective.


Title: The Impact of Culture on Performance; Insights for Credit Unions 
Date: Tuesday, 13th February, 2018
Speaker: Mick Dillon, CEO, Ballyfermot Inchicore Credit Union 
Venue: Chartered Accountants House, 47 – 49 Pearse Street
Time: 12:00pm Registration & Networking
12:30pm Seminar commences
CPD: 1 Hour Provisional
Fee: €35 Members, €50 Non-Member


Topics discussed in this talk will include:

  • Understanding the link between culture and performance

  • The benefits of creating a high-performance culture

  • The building blocks of a performance culture.


Panel of speakers:

Mick Dillon is Chief Executive of Ballyfermot Inchicore Credit Union Limited. Prior to taking up this role Mick held similar positions in a number of Credit Unions in a fifteen year career within the financial services sector which also saw him work with ACC Bank within its commercial lending  division. Mick has worked in the indigenous and multinational sectors at PM and GM level. A former Special Services Officer in the Defence Forces, Mick has served overseas on a number of missions.  Mick holds Masters in Business Administration and Industrial Engineering and is a Fellow of the LIA.  He is a former member of the Associate Faculty of the NCI and has lectured at undergraduate and post graduate level in AIT and with the University of Coventry.