Dinner for a Dozen - Business Leaders

Dinner for a Dozen is an exclusive support and challenge group based in Worcestershire and the surrounding counties, for open-minded business leaders who want to focus on growing and discovering “what else can be achieved”. It offers a safe environment where you can dedicate quality time for learning and development. It’s run by experienced facilitators who will stimulate and challenge your thinking, so you can grow, learn and develop.

 

Attendance to Dinner for a Dozen is by invitation only, if you think it might be for you please get in touch.

Should I come to dinner for a dozen?

Dinner for a dozen is for business leaders who are ready to take on a new challenge, tackle problems or need some extra support. Do any of these sound like you:

 

  • You feel lonely and isolated at the top?
  • You don’t know who or where to turn to with your next business challenge?
  • You’ve got no time to develop yourself?
  • You’re worried you’re just not up for it?
  • You want to be more resilient?

 

If any of these sound like you Dinner for a Dozen could be your answer.

 

Dinner for a Dozen offers a fantastic 3-course evening meal at Stanbrook Abbey. This gives you the opportunity to finish your day networking and connecting with fellow business leaders who share similar challenges, in a safe environment with great food.

 

It also gives you an invaluable opportunity to spend some quality time just for you learning and developing. The entire event is run by experienced and trained facilitators who are there to stimulate and challenge your thinking.

 

It’s the perfect opportunity to take time out of your busy day to relax, recharge, support and challenge each other and create a powerful group learning environment.

I attended along with my colleague the enterprise training which you had a large involvement in. I and my colleague Bruce Gascoigne were extremely impressed by your clarity of presentation, your professionalism and passion for the subject matter. It was clear also that you knew your audience and empathised and had clear knowledge of the issues and challenges presented by the subject matter and practical issues arising through proposed developments you were presenting on.

Andrew Cracknell, Partner – Frontier Capital Management