The BRISTOL 12 is a newly formed “peer group” proposition bringing together a small group of CEO’s, MD, entrepreneurs and leaders with a desire to grow their business, share their experiences, learn new skills and participate in a regular group environment.
The group was formed following our highly popular Leaders Series delivered for Bristol Media, led by Charles Fallon, Founder of SI Partners. A number of the Leaders Series participants are collaborating with Charles to launch BRISTOL 12.
SI Partners are hosting the launch event at Creation in central Bristol, at 5pm on Thursday May 16th. Guest speaker is Chris Avrill, who successfully built and sold UX agency We Are Experience, will share his journey and the lessons he learnt along the way. The founding members of the BRISTOL 12 will also explain how the group will work and the benefits to local business leaders.
To register to attend the BRISTOL 12 Launch Event on 16th May at Creation, contact Nicole Revers at [email protected]
More about BRISTOL 12:
The BRISTOL 12 will meet 8 times a year with a mix of Executive Sessions and Outside Contributors. The Executive Sessions enable members to share their challenges and ideas for input, feedback and support from the rest of the 12. The Contributors will join the group 3- 4 times a year, usually for a few hours, to share their leaderships stories, fresh ideas and the latest contemporary thinking on leadership.
The BRISTOL 12 will include leaders across start-up, fast growing and established businesses as well as the public and charitable sectors. What unifies the group is their desire to be challenged and held to account to improve their leadership skills and the success of their teams and organisations. The members will be expected to commit to attending all the sessions which will be the majority of a day, or after lunch through to the evening, depending on what works best for the group.
Charles Fallon will lead the group as well as provide insights and guidance from his 30+ years of business growth, organisational design, start-ups, funding and M&A as well as his social initiatives in Bristol including Youth Offending and Social Housing.
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