Past events

Get a flavour of the exciting events we've organised and hosted in the past.

Lucidity Network and Not9to5 event February 2020

We kicked off 2020 by nudging people out of their comfort zones in a different style of workshop at Spaces Islington where people had to sit down and draw.

An excellent creative play through drawing event showing us how drawing can unlock great creative ideas which for me will be particularly helpful when running ideation sessions. Never underestimate how a Sharpie and a blank piece of paper can get the creative juices flowing!

Lucidity and Not9to5 event November 2019

Hosted in the brilliant workspace of Young Minds we were captivated by Caroline Holt, the UK’s go to person on Imposter Syndrome. In this practical session Caroline helped us to manage our inner gremlins.

Lucidity Network and Not9to5 event September 2019

This month we welcomed Catherine Raynor, Director at Mile 91 at the Crown Tavern in Clerkenwell, London. Catherine shared her tips for telling spine tingling stories and creating a storytelling culture in your organisation.

Lucidity Network and Not9to5 event - May 2019

Our first partnership event with Not9to5 was on ‘the future of work’. We heard from guest speaker, Rachel Allan, a CSR leader who is redefining the future of work while living between London and Bali.

Lucidity Network Event with Productivity Ninja, Grace Marshall - February 2019

Our first Lucidity Network event of 2019 was in February at the Martini Library at the Arch hotel. We heard Productivity Ninja, Grace Marshall share her tips for being really productive and the 3 Cs you need for success – creativity, collaboration and chill.

Lucidity Network Event - Innovation with confidence October 2018

The second Lucidity Network event was in October 2018 at the Martini Library at the Arch hotel. We heard Roland Harwood, co-founder of 100%Open share his stories of innovation and we learned some insights about birthdays.

Last week was great! I had such a great time. I liked the fact that everyone was quite open about being there to network, and for many it being out of their comfort zone. I liked the fact that I met people outside of fundraising too – I think it gives a different perspective and is more rich and diverse aray of info that you are exchanging! The wine was good too!
Maria Healy, Lucidity Network member 

Inaugural Lucidity Network Event

The first Lucidity Network event was on Thursday 28 June, 6pm – 8pm at Wallacespace, 22 Duke’s Road, Kings Cross, London WC1H 9PN.

“It was great to see so much support in the room and to have the chance to chat to like-minded people, but from all types of roles and backgrounds.”
Kiran Gupta, Corporate Partnerships Manager, Breast Cancer Now