The Institute of Directors (IoD) is here to help train and support better leaders, encourage entrepreneurial activity and promote responsible business practice for the benefit of our members and wider society.
Being part of the Institute of Directors is being part of something bigger and in 2019 we are opening our doors to all. Whether you’ve been a member for two months or 20 years, or just want to come and see what it is all about, you can come along and meet the team, tour the iconic 116 building and listen to the experiences of some of the UK's most inspirational leaders.
Date & time: 05 Sep 2019 18:30 - 21:00
Location: Pall Mall, London
IoD Members Evening
For the first event on the 7th February we interviewed Faye McGuiness, Head of Workplace Mental Health & Wellbeing programmes at Mind, and welcomed more than 200 guests for a fantastic evening of enterprise and networking.
For our second event in 6th June we invited a panel of Tech leaders to discuss the topics most important to directors, including:
5G roll out and its impact on cyber security
AI & Robotics
Diversity and Inclusion
Why not join us at our next members evening on Thursday 5th September with CEO of NHS England, Simon Stevens at 116 Pall Mall to learn how to get the most value from your membership with the IoD and meet and network with fellow members?
Please arrive for registration and complimentary drinks and canapés
at the Carlton Room at 18.00.
We very much hope you can join us.
If you are unable to attend the Members' Evening in September, please click below for the next Members evening.
Simon Stevens, Chief Executive Officer, NHS England
Simon Stevens is CEO of NHS England, which leads the NHS' work nationally to improve health and ensure high quality care for all. As the NHS Accounting Officer he is also accountable to Parliament for over £100 billion of annual Health Service funding.
Simon joined the NHS through its Graduate Training Scheme in 1988. As a frontline NHS manager he subsequently led acute hospitals, mental health and community services, primary care and health commissioning in the North East of England, London and the South Coast. He also served seven years as the Prime Minister’s Health Adviser at 10 Downing Street, and as policy adviser to successive Health Secretaries at the Department of Health.
Simon was born in Birmingham, and was educated at Balliol College, Oxford University; Strathclyde University, Glasgow; and Columbia University, New York where he was Harkness Fellow at the New York City Health Department. He is married with two school-age children and volunteers as a director of the Commonwealth Fund, a leading international health charity. He has also been a trustee of the Kings Fund and the Nuffield Trust and Visiting Professor at the London School of Economics.
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