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A review of our Fellows Dinner in London

12 June 2019   (0 Comments)
Posted by: Heather Ette
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A review of our Fellows Dinner in London

Another fantastic evening of dazzling discussion coupled with delectable cuisine at the recent Fellows Dinner London, once again held in the heart of the City at Piccolino’s Exchange Square.

Kindly supported by JGA Group and hosted by Patrick Hughes FIEP, the dinner attracted 17 professionals from across the sector who came together to debate the issues affecting employability, now and in the future. 

Here’s some feedback from our guests:

“I just wanted to tell you how much I enjoyed the IEP Fellows Dinner. Everyone had fascinating views on the topical issues such as whether the employability sector has a long-term future and the state of relationships with DWP.”

Richard Goodwin, Managing Director, JGA Group

“My thanks to everyone who came to the May dinner. The group were a pleasure to be part of; the conversation challenging and enjoyable in equal measure. As a group you were a delight to facilitate. Your insights and the quality of the discussion were really excellent. A number of you have asked for a note of my closing thought for the day. I can’t find the original author but it goes: “ Diversity is being invited to the party; inclusion is being asked to dance; engagement is when you dance like no one is watching.”   

Patrick Hughes FIEP, Director, Salientwork Ltd


“A great evening facilitated to perfection, as usual!”

Stewart Holdsworth MIEP, Strategic Account Manager, Seetec


The IEP Fellows Networking Dinners are open to Fellows, aspiring Fellows, sector leaders and anyone that has an interest in delivering services that change lives.  We have a programme of Fellows Dinner’s planned for the remainder of the year with our next taking place at Manchester Cathedral, hosted by the Very Reverend Dean Rogers Govender and sponsored by Cognisoft.

Also, look out for the next Fellows Networking Dinner in London on 27 November!