London Leadership Development Meetup


Join us for a relaxed ‘London Leadership Development’ get-together and network with fellow coaches, colleagues, LD and HR professionals – NOW at The Phoenix Artist Club on Charing Cross Road, WC2H 8BU

Our regular London networking events take place every 2nd Thursday of every month – 6pm until 8pm.

The Phoenix Artist Club is secreted away down the same little side street used in the opening sequence of Harry Potter and tucked beneath The Phoenix Theatre. The lively and nostalgic theatre bar is located in the original dressing and rehearsal rooms of The Phoenix Theatre where Laurence Olivier made his debut on stage in the 1930s in “Private Lives” with Noel Coward and Gertrude Lawrence. With fascinating signed posters, paintings and pictures from decades of theatre productions, a restored art deco interior and hidden treasures lurking in every corner, there’s something new to see on every visit!

Each event is a totally relaxed affair – just turn up and look for CoachDirectors and familiar faces. Attendance is FREE OF CHARGE and the purchase of drinks is at your own discretion.

You can bring along a colleague too. All we ask is that you send us advance notice along with their email address so that we can send them further details of CoachDirectors and any future ‘London Leadership Development’ events.

We hope you can join us at this regular event and look forward to seeing you there.

NEW – Pre-register for London Leadership Development Meetup

Please note that this event is also advertised on as The CoachDirectors London Leadership Development Meetup where executive coaching, LD & HR professionals all gather to register their interest. You can pre-register, check out who else is going and join the conversation about each event on the site at any time.

Read more about the CoachDirectors approach to executive coaching.

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ALAN is CEO of CD as well as a qualified executive coach and a seasoned business mentor. He challenges progressive business people to step-up & realise their vision.

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