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The Circle Clubs’ Apr Members’ Meeting (Leicestershire Networking Event)
April 14 @ 10:00 am - 12:30 pm
Non-members welcome! Register to use your one-time only ‘Free Event Pass’.
Our monthly Members’ Meetings are a place for members (and guests) to come together to receive business advice/support, increase your reach, learn from our expert Guest Speakers, expand your network and build on any existing business connections.
- An interactive and informal team-building exercise encouraging the formation of organic business and personal connections between attendees.
- The chance to introduce yourself and your business to the group.
- Complimentary tea, coffee and pastries.
- Multiple networking opportunities.
- A 10-minute ‘Member in the Circle’ speaking slot hosted by Donna Hodges of Bodie Hodges Foundation
- The opportunity to stay accountable for your goals by setting an accountability with us at the end of the meeting. We’ll check in with you in a month’s time to see how you got on!
Our Member’s Meetings are also a safe place for attendees to voice any problems or concerns they may have. These concerns will then be discussed by the group who offer honest, strategic feedback to help the individual or business move forward and grow faster.
Team-Building Exercise – ‘WHO AM I?’
Every other Member’s Meeting features an interactive team-building exercise to help attendees get to know each other better in an informal manner.
This month WHO AM I?
About the Exercise:
For this activity, you will put the name of an individual in the room on a post it note on your head. The participants must then go around the room trying to guess who they are. They may only ask Yes/No questions. This will make sure you get to know people in the room and also you need to make sure you are listening to the 45 second pitch of everyone to help you.
The Venue – Warning Zone
About Warning Zone
Warning Zone is a Leicester based charity dedicated to teaching life-skills and safeguarding children. Our mission is to deliver life-saving messages to children aged 10-11, catching them on a key transition in their lives as they venture into secondary schools, where they will meet new friends and are introduced to new experiences. At this age, children are given more independence and will be responsible for their actions, behaviours and decisions they make; both in their day to day life and online.
At our state-of-the-art facility, we aim to educate young people on understanding risks, peer pressure, anti-social behaviour and consequences. With the Internet and online presence being so widely accessed from young age, our new E-Safety zone educates children on cyber-bullying, grooming, scammers and much more.
Member in the Circle – DONNA HODGES of BODIE HODGES FOUN
About BODIE HODGES
We are a family who following the death of our beautiful 10-month-old son, Bodie, wanted to offer support to other bereaved families. The death of a child is isolating and lonely and it can be hard to ask for help or know how we want to be supported. We were blessed to be given time away from home to spend time as a family and to show our daughter that life would somehow continue and that out of tragedy comes hope. The Bodie Hodges Foundation was formed in 2012, to support families who have been bereaved of a child of any age and to promote organ donation. Our vision is to give hope to families bereaved of a child by providing a range of services that support grieving families and encourage them to rebuild and remember.
We are very proud that Bodie could become an Organ Donor, giving hope and life to 4 other children. As a foundation, this forms part of our mission to raise awareness of the facts of organ donation and we educate and encourage others to talk about Organ Donation and to start the conversation.