People of JCI UK, Cambridge’s time to host a truly wonderful weekend has arrived! We are honoured to be hosting a not to be missed weekend of what promises to be two days packed with networking, team building and first-class training.
Saturday 26 January – Inspiration Day & Gala Dinner
New year, new JCI! This day will place focus on setting the scene for the next phase of JCI development. The theme for the JCI of 2013 is ‘Inspiring action’ and focuses on being bold and continuing to push for success at all times to ensure JCI and its members go from strength to strength.
A brand new JCI UK board will be introduced to members and the day will provide an opportunity to collaborate with people from across the UK as we enter the new year. The day will also involve plenty of team building activities to consolidate networks as well as wildly anticipated speaker Patrick Knight. Patrick’s inspirational tale of how he made a full recovery after he was put in a three-month coma after being shot is not to be missed.
The day will finish with a sumptuous three-course meal in the opulent main dining hall at Jesus College; the perfect way to unwind after an inspiring day.
Sunday 27 January – Business Skills Day
Join like-minded, high-calibre and innovative professionals, managers and entrepreneurs for a day of education and inspiration. Choose from a range of carefully selected workshops that aim to hone and develop skills as well as inspire and educate. Over 120 young professionals are expected from Cambridge and across the UK so you’re guaranteed an unparallelled mix of quality and fun throughout the day.
Blessed to survive – Inspirational stories
Patrick Knight – Saturday & Sunday
We are privileged to present Patrick Knight as our keynote speaker for the weekend. Patrick is jetting in from Miami to be with us and his inspirational tale of how he overcame adversity is not to be missed.
Patrick’s amazing story of survival and recovery after he was shot by his brother-in-law is truly remarkable. It was Thanksgiving 2009 when his former family member turned up to dinner armed and shot four members of his family including his wife and her twin sister. Patrick was shot in the stomach and was in a coma for three months. When he woke, he had to relearn how to do everything from talking to writing.
Now, three years on, Patrick shares his story of recovery and how he found peace in his new reality. Speaking on both days of the event, Patrick will be facilitating workshops as well as leading break out sessions.
Building effective business relationships
Garin Roach – Sunday
Garin is a regular JCI speaker who always pulls in the crowds with an entertaining delivery of his subject. This is guaranteed to be a highly interactive and challenging workshop designed to get members identifying, learning and applying the essential ingredients for successful long-term business relationships. Garin will advise members on lowering the costs of business, speeding up results and increasing profits to expand influence.
Are you a participator or an observer, a doer or a sayer?
Marcus Orlovsky – Sunday
This thought-provoking and entertaining workshop will focus on identifying if delegates are observers or participators or “I could have done that” people or “I have already done that” people. Renowned for his ability to start or close any conference on a high, participants will be stimulated by ideas and discussion and are sure to be talking about his workshop weeks after the event.
Overcoming challenges in today’s working environment – getting out what you
Jon Luckhurst – Sunday
The business environment we work in today demands strong leadership and streamlined ways of working. Jon Luckhurst looks at how to create energised and engaged staff that can manage teams and provide fresh and innovative ideas to overcome obstacles in the workplace. Jon has worked with global brands such as HSBC and eBay, so his workshop simply must not be missed.
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This post was written by James Mitchell