Events

24th September 2020 Showroom Cafe Event type: Business

Bored of your usual networking?

Why not join JCI Sheffield members who will be casually networking over board and card games. Its a fun and relaxed way to meet new people and make new contacts in an informal way.

This event is bi-monthly at a variety of locations in Sheffield City Centre.

Buy your own drinks and food (if you fancy) at the bar.

Free for JCI members
£15 for non members*

* non members are welcome to ‘try before you buy’ and attend an event for free

03rd September 2020 Event type: Training

Overcoming the potential dysfunctions that could negatively impact on teamwork is key in order to build a strong and cohesive team.

This is the last session in a series of 5 workshops. Gareth will refer to the theory of managing the 5 dysfunctions of a team, focusing on the fifth, inattention to results.

 

** Venue to be confirmed – Sheffield City Centre **

Trainer:
Gareth Carson has worked in management roles for over 15 years within customer service. Gareth was Local President 2016 and 2018 for JCI Sheffield and has a wealth of knowledge regarding people management and leadership. He has worked with the 5 dysfunctions model in several of his roles with great success and wants to share his knowledge with others.

Free for JCI members
£15 for non members*

* non members are welcome to ‘try before you buy’ and attend an event for free

If you have any questions about this event, please email [email protected]

18th August 2020 Leopold Hotel Event type: Meeting

JCI Sheffield is running a ‘friendly’ debating contest between former and current members.

JCI debating teams are made up of 3 people where the debating teams are told the topic they will be proposing or defending 15 minutes before the debate starts!

Whether you are a former JCI member (alumni) or a current member, please consider registering to compete or at least come along and watch for a fun ‘war of words’!

Free for JCI members/senators/alumni
£15 for non members*

We are grateful to Leopold Hotel for hosting this event.

06th August 2020 Leopold Hotel Event type: Training

Overcoming the potential dysfunctions that could negatively impact on teamwork is key in order to build a strong and cohesive team.

This is the fourth session in a series of 5 workshops. Gareth will refer to the theory of managing the 5 dysfunctions of a team, focusing on the fourth, avoidance of accountability.

We are grateful to Leopold Hotel for hosting this event.

Trainer:
Gareth Carson has worked in management roles for over 15 years within customer service. Gareth was Local President 2016 and 2018 for JCI Sheffield and has a wealth of knowledge regarding people management and leadership. He has worked with the 5 dysfunctions model in several of his roles with great success and wants to share his knowledge with others.

Free for JCI members
£15 for non members*

* non members are welcome to ‘try before you buy’ and attend an event for free

If you have any questions about this event, please email [email protected]

30th July 2020 Bloo88 Event type: Business

Bored of your usual networking?

Why not join JCI Sheffield members who will be casually networking over board and card games. Its a fun and relaxed way to meet new people and make new contacts in an informal way.

This event is bi-monthly at a variety of locations in Sheffield City Centre.

Free for JCI members
£15 for non members*

* non members are welcome to ‘try before you buy’ and attend an event for free

12th July 2020 Event type: Community

JCI Sheffield are taking on the Five Weirs Walk. The walk will take you on an enjoyable route through the steel city, taking in some of the best sights the city has to offer. There are Victorian buildings and scenes of the city’s industrial heyday: old schools, mills, factories, some contemporary sculptures and of course the five weirs. You can’t find two parts of Sheffield further from each other. From the wild natural habitat where animals live to an industrial landscape that has shaped Sheffield into the city it was and now is.

The walk is an 8km path from Sheffield City Centre to Meadowhall along the banks of the River Don. It connects to the Sheffield and Tinsley canal towpath, the Upper Don Walk, the riverside path to Rotherham and the Trans Pennine Trail. In the 1980’s JCI Sheffield (then known as Sheffield Junior Chamber of Commerce, SJCC) set up a major enviromental initiative that has left a permanent legacy for the city was the River Don action commitee which led to the development of the Five Weirs Walk.

Meet outside Marks and Spencers car park (downstairs) at Meadowhall at 1pm.

If you have any questions, please email [email protected]

08th July 2020 Leopold Hotel Event type: Training

Overcoming the potential dysfunctions that could negatively impact on teamwork is key in order to build a strong and cohesive team.

This is the third session in a series of 5 workshops. Gareth refer to the theory of managing the 5 dysfunctions of a team, focusing on the third, lack of commitment.

We are grateful to Leopold Hotel for hosting this event.

Trainer:
Gareth Carson has worked in management roles for over 15 years within customer service. Gareth was Local President 2016 and 2018 for JCI Sheffield and has a wealth of knowledge regarding people management and leadership. He has worked with the 5 dysfunctions model in several of his roles with great success and wants to share his knowledge with others.

Free for JCI members
£15 for non members*

* non members are welcome to ‘try before you buy’ and attend an event for free

If you have any questions about this event, please email [email protected]

04th June 2020 The Quays Hotel Event type: Training

Overcoming the potential dysfunctions that could negatively impact on teamwork is key in order to build a strong and cohesive team.

This is the second session in a series of 5 workshops. Gareth will refer to the theory of managing the 5 dysfunctions of a team, focusing on the second, absence of conflict.

Trainer:
Gareth Carson has worked in management roles for over 15 years within customer service. Gareth was Local President 2016 and 2018 for JCI Sheffield and has a wealth of knowledge regarding people management and leadership. He has worked with the 5 dysfunctions model in several of his roles with great success and wants to share his knowledge with others.

Free for JCI members
£15 for non members*

* non members are welcome to ‘try before you buy’ and attend an event for free

If you have any questions about this event, please email [email protected]

28th May 2020 Kommune Event type: Business

Bored of your usual networking?

Why not join JCI Sheffield members who will be casually networking over board and card games. Its a fun and relaxed way to meet new people and make new contacts in an informal way.

This event is bi-monthly at a variety of locations in Sheffield City Centre. This month its at Kommune – http://kommune.co.uk/

Free for JCI members
£15 for non members*

* non members are welcome to ‘try before you buy’ and attend an event for free

05th May 2020 Event type: Training

Overcoming the potential dysfunctions that could negatively impact on teamwork is key in order to build a strong and cohesive team.

In this first in a series of sessions, Gareth will introduce the theory of managing the 5 dysfunctions of a team, starting with the absence of trust.

** Venue to be confirmed – Sheffield City Centre **

Trainer:
Gareth Carson has worked in management roles for over 15 years within customer service. Gareth was Local President 2016 and 2018 for JCI Sheffield and has a wealth of knowledge regarding people management and leadership. He has worked with the 5 dysfunctions model in several of his roles with great success and wants to share his knowledge with others.

Free for JCI members
£15 for non members*

* non members are welcome to ‘try before you buy’ and attend an event for free

If you have any questions about this event, please email [email protected]

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