'The EK Virtual Book Club' 

A great book can challenge us...

The next club is happening soon and places are limited so sign up now!

'The EK Virtual Book Club' is on Zoom so you can join us from anywhere!

And not just in the way we think about things, but the way we do them too. Did you know that research proves that the best way to remember new ideas (and act on them) is to share them with someone else?

So what happens when people join 'The EK Virtual Book Club'
They get the opportunity to:

- Invest in their personal & professional development

- Build relationships and network with other people interested in self development

- Engage in meaningful conversations

- Clarify their thinking with the support of a coach/ mentor

- Challenge their assumptions/ their way of doing things

- Share ideas and experience with other people

So how does it work?

 

'The EK Virtual Book Club' meets for 1.5 hours, every quarter
- There are limited spaces to ensure everyone has a chance to participate
- We follow an agenda that allows for intros and networking and then we discuss the book       of the quarter

 

And the best part? I send the book to your home address so you don't even need to find it/ order it!

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The power of mindset: a simple but groundbreaking idea!

Well come and join us to find out all about it because at

 'The EK Virtual Book Club', July 2022 will be reviewing

 'Mindset', by Dr Carol S Dweck, one of the world’s leading researchers in the fields of personality, social psychology and development psychology.

Carol has discovered, after decades of research on achievement and success a truly groundbreaking idea – the power of our mindset.

It’s not just our abilities and talents that bring us success it’s how we approach our goals as the right mindset changes everything.
 

The value of this book extends way beyond the world of education. It’s just as relevant for business people who want to cultivate talent and for parents who want to raise their kids to thrive on challenge
Bill Gates

 

Come and join us to discuss this amazing book and discover the power of your mindset.

Want to know what it's like to join a session? Take a look...

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What participants say...

DAVID HAIGH, 
GROUP LEGAL

If like me you haven't paid much attention to business strategic and career/ developmental driven reading I would recommend joining 'The EK Virtual Book Club'. Having a focused approach to dedicating time to such literature has helped me as a manager of teams and in my personal career progression. The group's are supportive, inspirational and most of all fun

Planning
DANELLE DOWNER, 
CONTENT WRITER

S​o many positive things to say about Elena, it's hard to know where to start! I’ve joined almost all of Elena’s EK book clubs so far and both have been a worthwhile experience. Elena does an exquisite job of facilitating the discussion amongst a diverse group of people. She creates such a welcoming, cheerful, and positive space for insight and exchange. If you have the chance to participate in one of her book clubs, I highly recommend it. You don’t even have to lift a finger – the book gets delivered well in advance, right to your house!

Commuter
COMPANY DIRECTOR, 
TELECOMMUNICATIONS

...beyond the fact I like reading, I like to better myself and the agenda of the books being about self-improvement/ learning from others is the perfect way to do that.

 

I like with the book club that you interact with others from outside your usual circle, it means you can learn new things from people with different perspectives and the fact that it’s never just people from the UK also adds another dynamic.

 

I think a key to what the book club offers is that all too often we read books and then simply move on. Whereas the challenging questions Elena provides with each book makes you increase your level of focus and more importantly makes you consider more how learnings from the book could be implemented in your own life. I also think the fact you are debating a book with others and being asked questions increases your desire for understanding exactly of what you’re reading too

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