As an EO London member, you are not just part of a local chapter, you are part of a global organisation.
Entrepreneurs like you are creating chapter learning and social events, and special off-site activities, where you can hear and share big ideas, invest in the health of your community and become a better leader. Peer interactions and educational opportunities at these events can help expand your network and improve your business knowledge.
26th November | 10:00 - 13:30
Wouldn't it be great to understand your strengths and how to use them to achieve the goals you are pursuing?
2nd of December | 16.00 - 17.00
Hear the story of Avner Halperin - co-founder and CEO of EarlySense, company that developed an "invisible" sensor that measures heart and breathing to provide early warning of impending health crisis.
16th December | 15.00 - 17.00
As leaders and entrepreneurs, we strive to remain focused, effective and business-driven, while workplaces become more global & virtual. We need to adopt new habits and to develop our core skills and competencies.
From 2nd December | 11.00 - 1.30
Join us on a dynamic, yearlong leadership development programme and skills support series for moderators. For live workshops, interactive content, facilitator office hours and video updates, all woven together on the Thinkific learning platform.
Michelle King is a leading global expert in organizational culture, equality and gender. This talk shares the key actions every leader can take today to create cultures of equality in their workplace.
Enjoy a proactive session with Keebles LLP, where legal practitioners Michele Wightman and Natalie Sheldon Partner will be offering valuable legal advice around planning for later life.
Hear from Loredana Niculae and Raj Goodman Anand on their experiences and best strategies for B2B Digital Marketing.
Standard terms of sale and service are often the cornerstone to managing risk for businesses, but to do so they must accurately reflect the business and be used effectively.
To thrive in this new environment we have to change. Selling isn’t the same. We must make changes to our sales approach. It's 'noisier' than ever before.
Join our conversation with Sir Peter Estlin - an exclusive one on one interview with the 691st Lord Mayor of London and the Chair of future.now
The entrepreneur who founded Incisive Media in 1995 with 13 people and £275k and built a business of over £250 million and 2500 staff in under 13 years.
Discover the inside story and the use of empathy-based listening in the search for Saddam Hussein - as told by the soldier who masterminded his capture.
The former ‘maverick’ CEO of Telecity Group is known across the globe as the leader who created the data centre industry in Europe.