JCI Reading Newsletter – How JCI Can Help You

JCI Reading Newsletter – How JCI Can Help You

September 4, 2011 1:00 pm Published by Leave your thoughts

 

Whether you are running a business, or are an employee working in one, JCI can and will help you

For individuals:
JCI provides development opportunities that may not be available in your current work environment. The opportunity to gain new skills, polish old ones, meet new friends (from all over the world) to take part in or even run projects that mean something to you.
Even if you are currently not working, employers are looking for proactive people, therefore showing an active interest in an organisation such as JCI will do wonders for your CV and Interview presentation.

For Businesses:
We can either give you the opportunity to present your speciality to a receptive audience of young professionals who wish to learn more about the subject
or
Help you to increase the skill set and engagement of your employees by getting them involved in our training and project sessions.

This introduction email barely touches the surface of how JCI can help, so please come along to our ‘How JCI Can Help You‘ evening, kindly hosted by Shirlaws UK, to find out more.

If you have any questions about any of the events, JCI or how to recognise your opportunities then Drop me an email

I look forward to hearing from you.

Stephen Wells
JCI Reading President 2011

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How JCI Reading Can Help You

Thursday 22nd September
Registration and refreshments 18:30-19:15 before presentation and networking

Presented by Active JCI Members.

Whether you are an employer or an individual JCI Can help you or your staff.

Come along to our relaxed information evening to find out how.

Drinks and refreshments served between 18:30-19:15 before active members of JCI explain how it has helped them, and what activities we are currently involved in to help the community and develop the leaders of tomorrow.

Location: Kindly Hosted by Shirlaws UK at 2nd Floor, 2-4 Kings Road, Reading RG1 3AA
Cost: This is a FREE Event
Contact: Clare Franlkin Events Co-ordinator
Book your ticket

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JCI South Leadership Academy – Hosted in Reading

Friday 23rd – Sunday 25th September
Registration 18:30 Friday to 16:00 Sunday

Various Guest Presenters.

This intensive weekend residential is an ideal opportunity to challenge yourself to take action to develop your personal leadership potential in the workplace and in JCI. Come and learn the essential ingredients to becoming the leader you want to be:

  • Learn why emotional intelligence is needed in leadership
  • How to communicate as a leader and how to build support around your ideas and projects,
  • What are your strengths as a leader and how can you make the most of them
  • Learn how to build and utilise networks and resources and how they can support your development as a leader.

Location: Quality Hotel Reading (formally The Royal County Hotel), 4-8 Duke Street, Reading,RG1 4RY
Investment: Members £120 / Non Members £165 / Students £112
Contact: Soraya Bowen Events Co-ordinator
Book your ticket

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7 Steps for More Effective Presentations.

Thursday 29th September
Registration 19:00 to start at 19:30

Presented by David Pinnock.

A new and exciting presentation skills training experience, for both novice and experienced presenters.

This short workshop explores seven key presentation principles and provides the opportunity to practice them in a supportive and encouraging environment.

Location: TBC
Investment: Earlybird booking £5 Members / £10 Non Members
Contact: Clare Franlkin Events Co-ordinator
Book your Earlybird ticket

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Say Hello to the real you.

Thursday 13th October
Registration 19:00 to start at 19:30

Presented by Stephen Wells.
In this interactive workshop you will be introduced (possibly for the first time) to the real you. Learning about yourself and what influences the decisions you make. Building on the positives and learning to look at the old negatives in a new light.
Workshop Review from 14th July- Say Hello to the Real You

Location: TBC
Investment: Earlybird booking £5 Members / £10 Non Members
Contact: Clare Franlkin Events Co-ordinator
Book your Earlybird ticket

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Debating Workshop – Stand up and Speak

Thursday 27th October.
Registration 19:00 for a 19:30 Start

Are you good at talking but can’t structure your speech? Or would you just like to learn to talk in front of an audience?

Debating is a traditional JCI training to practice public speaking skills where you will learn to structure your comments, articulate and argue professionally with your team members on entertaining subjects.

Location: TBC

Investment: Earlybird booking £5 Members / £10 Non Members
Contact: Clare Franlkin Events Co-ordinator
Book your Earlybird ticket
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