JCI Nottingham Newsletter 2nd Edition

JCI Nottingham Newsletter 2nd Edition

August 14, 2019 8:54 am Published by Leave your thoughts
What’s been happening so far?
Robin Hood Weekend
We held our first Robin Hood Weekend in honor of our 91st anniversary. It was a great event where we celebrated our chamber’s vibrant past and those who have helped shape one of JCI’s longest running chambers outside of the US. Attendees enjoyed a tour around the historic dungeons, a three course meal and entertainment by Sheriff, Minstrel and Jester. Thank you to all those who attended and made the event special. We raised £222.18 for our chosen charity Mind. Remember to take time for yourself #5minsmeditate
East Midlands Charity Awards – Charities for SDG’s
JCI Nottingham was proud to sponsor the East Midlands Charity Awards! JCI Nottingham helped charities consider how to develop their Sustainable Development Goals over the coming year and make an impact in their community. Thank you to Arahbella Benta and Mark Smith for hosting the Charities for SDG’s session.
Connecting with Nottingham Community
Over the last few months we have been working hard towards building relationships and connecting with our city. We have recently become a strategic member of the East Midlands Chamber of Commerce.We have also established a relationship with Nottingham Trent University for our training programme. All these new connections have given up a larger platform to create opportunities for young people in Nottingham. We have been visible and apart of Nottingham’s community which has given us the encouragement to keep going
JCI Nottingham is hosting a one day Mental Health Conference, ’Lets get talking’, in October where we will be taking on the conversation of mental health.

We all have times when life gets on top of us – sometimes that’s work-related, like deadlines or travel. Sometimes it’s something else – our health, our relationships, or our circumstances.

The one day conference will be held in Nottingham during October, with refreshments provided.

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Upcoming training
Topic: How To Manage Emotions In The Workplace

Date: Tuesday, 17 September 2019

Time: 18:20 – 20:00

Venue: Room: N31 (3rd Floor), Nottingham Trent University, 50 Shakespeare Street, NG1 4FQ

Managing emotions in the workplace is an important part of today’s health and wellbeing at work agenda. We’ll be looking at simple, everyday techniques that can be used to help manage emotions at work as well as giving you an opportunity to share your own tips and techniques.

This session will introduce Daniel Goleman’s five components of Emotional Intelligence and we’ll look at how an understanding of Emotional Intelligence can help improve mental health at work.

This event is suitable if you work on your own or work in a team – the session is also suitable for anyone who manages others – or is managed by others.

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JCI Nottingham named Most Outstanding New Local Chamber in Europe
Junior Chamber Nottingham was named Most Outstanding New Local Chamber in Europe at the JCI European Conference in Lyon, France.  JCI is a global, non-for-profit organisation which provides development opportunities that empower young people to create positive change.  JCI members are from many different backgrounds, cultures and professions, but all share common values and passion to develop, support and improve communities.

Members of JCI Nottingham travelled to Lyon for the annual European Conference and Awards. Other UK chambers representing JCI UK included JCI Southampton, Cambridge, Sheffield and Leeds. The event was attended by over 1,500 chamber members from across Europe.

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