Collective Learning is Powerful
BC3 invites you to join lively conversations about books that will enhance your professional knowledge and your personal development.
Whether you are a coach, a manager or client the club will inspire and refresh you at the end of a working day. We will send you home buzzing with ideas about current books that you will want to share with others! You will meet new
and interesting people who you will come to value as they engage your ideas and you benefit from theirs.
Value in Expressing Your Ideas and Feelings
Working lives are pressured and BC3 is a haven where you can enjoy expressing your feelings, sharing your reactions and benefiting from lively chat and great humour! It is a fun and informative way to enhance your management and coaching skills.
BC3 Invites Everyone to Come!
What are the rules? Well there aren't any! Everyone is welcome and you don't have to have read all the books we review to still enjoy the meeting and have your thoughts valued. We meet six times a year in central London in the early evening and you can come to one or more it is entirely up to you. You can also participate by joining discussions on BC3 Linked in which gives you a further opportunity to read our inspiring selection of books.
Praise for BC3
“Lots of us enjoy reading a good book on coaching or related subjects, but there’s so much learning to be gained when you sit and review the book with others. BC3 has really helped me think more deeply about important ways to continually improve my practice."
“BC3 stimulates me to read outside of my normal range and keeps me on my toes, both in terms of keeping abreast of important coaching literature and in testing my ideas and beliefs around coaching. What is more, the ‘club’ feel adds extra stimulus: like any good club you hope to meet a mixture of familiar faces and interesting new ones and this is exactly what you get at BC3." -
Lorraine's Top 5
Immunity to Change by Kegan and Lahey
The Art of Choosing by Sheena Iyengar
The Happiness Hypothesis by Jonathan Haidt
The Third Age by William Sadler
The Chimp Paradox by Steve Peters