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A group for anyone interested in technology, and learning how it can improve their lives and/or business. As a local community of technical professionals in and around Worcester, we host a meet once a month for networking and socialising.

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An engineer's approach to mental wellbeing

The Kiln

How to find your VIBE and why it matters, by Jon Downes.

What are the underlying principles that put us in a positive or negative state? In a productive or unproductive mood? Join Jon - and join the conversation - as he shares his take as an engineer, coach and mental wellbeing trainer.

"Life and people can be complicated! I'm a complicated person but I like things to be simple. At heart I'm an engineer and I like to know how things work and how I can help them work better. To help myself and others I've been distilling positive psychology and neuroscience down to a few easy to understand and apply principles. Discover your VIBE and how to develop a MAGIC Mindset!

I trained as a mechanical engineer but felt an early affinity with IT, which became my focus. My career spans a variety of large and small public and private sector organisations including some of the most recognised brands in the world. For the last decade I've been seeking to better understand what makes me and others tick, absorbing myself in neuroscience, positive psychology and spirituality learning from some of the best in the world in their field. I'm passionate about creating the conditions for people to thrive and to reduce the number of those at risk of suicide."

Jon is the Behavioural and Entrepreneurial Mindset coach for Worcestershire tech accelerator BetaDen and a Transformational coach for WiNN Launchpad. He also helps support organisations with their mental health and wellbeing, neurodiversity and staff engagement.

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Doors open from 6:30pm, for a 7:00pm start, followed by socialising.

Introduction to Behaviour Driven Development

The Kiln


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