Tuesday, March 31st from 6.00 – 9.15pm

Our next “Breakthroughs + Dinner” for Leadership Fellows will take place on Tuesday, March 31st 2020 in the Vicars’ Hall in Windsor Castle.

Invitations were sent to all Fellows on December 13th, with an RSVP form, and here is the current list of Fellows joining us.

If for any reason this isn’t in your email system and you would like to book your place, please telephone Nicola Pryer, the Society’s Co-ordinator, as soon as you can on 01753 848791 or email her on:

nicola.pryer@stgeorgeshouse.org

 

Practicals

For those joining us for the reception, drinks and dinner, the cost is £80 (VAT exempt).

For those who need to stay overnight in St George’s House, the overall cost (including the reception, dinner, all drinks and breakfast the following morning from 7.30am to 8.30am) is £200, also VAT exempt.

 

We are looking for further breakthroughs – hence the +

Before the dinner, at 6.30pm, there will be two brief presentations of up to 3 minutes each by two Leadership Fellows who have each made significant breakthroughs in their thinking about their own development as a leader through one of our Conversations in the weeks running up to the dinner.

When the food is served at 7.00 pm we will ask you to consider each of these ideas in turn, and explore whether you or one of your colleagues can move the idea on to the next stage and make it even more powerful than it already is!

Once coffee and tea have been served, we will ask whether any Fellows have been inspired by the discussion at your dinner table to have their own breakthrough idea.

Hence our title for these evenings as Breakthroughs + dinners!

 If you have had a breakthrough in your own thinking during dinner, you will have two minutes to wow us.

 

Frozen 3 for leaders

After each Breakthroughs + Dinner we create a one-side product that captures some of the key moments from the dinner.

We intentionally try to make this feel very different from the Leadership Insights reports that come out of our Leadership Conversations.

The first one below is the “Frozen 3 for leaders” that captured some of the key messages from our December 3 dinner.

Beneath this you can see the “Chorizo, souffle and tough conversations” from July 15 and also “Take-Away Stretch Routine” that we created after our April 2 Dinner.

Then you can see the “Take-Away Menu” from our January 10 Dinner.

At all four dinners, the presentations from Leadership Fellows that provided the basis for our discussions were inspirational.

Feedback after the dinners was very lively and involved some powerful personal sharing.  We are confident that it will be the same on March 31.