Pádraic Ó Máille

Pádraic has a B.Comm and DMP (Marketing Practice) from NUI Galway
In addition he has a First Class Honours Certificate in Learning from NUI Maynooth.

He spent 9 years as a Senior Consultant with Priority Management Vancouver, The
Synectics Corporation and Envision Marketing before setting up his own consultancy
OMailleGroup in 1998. His experience with these corporations influenced his unique training style profoundly. Priority Management gave him access to the best content worldwide in terms of time management, productivity and strategic planning. Synectics, on the other hand are world leaders in process consultancy, innovation and facilitation skills. They were instrumental in developing him into an outstanding group facilitator where he enjoys a global reputation for bringing the best out in groups. With Envision Marketing, he was reunited with his former Marketing Professors from NUI Galway – Jim Ward and Aidan Daly. With them he was responsible for developing the highly acclaimed and successful Marketing Action Programme which for many years was regarded as the best marketing practice course in Ireland. It’s key success lay in the combination of cutting edge marketing content allied to interactive and participative group work.

In OMailleGroup, Pádraic has been privileged to work with many of Irelands finest entrepreneurs who continue to use him because of his positive energy, his incisive content and his ability to bring the best out in people. Globally he has worked with several international rugby players, film stars and politicians.

A former Chairperson of the internationally renowned Galway Oyster Festival, he is also a past President of Junior Chamber Galway and a Senator in Jaycee’s International. In 1988 he was awarded Jaycee Internationals world award for PR. He is also an award winning debater and public speaker where he has represented Ireland on several competitions.

Pádraic lives in the west of Ireland where he enjoys surfing, boating and nature. His perfect day is a trip across Galway Bay on a RIB to Inis Oirr where he drinks pints of Guinness and chats in Irish with the locals. His book, ‘The Midas Power’, was based on Inis Oirr and is a parable about a challenged business man who finds solutions to his business and his life on the island.