A highly regarded business mentoring expert with a history in finance and property is to speak at a West End networking club bringing together property, construction and finance professionals in the City.
Jonathan Pfahl, Managing Director of the Rockstar Mentoring Group, is to address delegates at the West End Curry Club on June 11th at Moti Mahal restaurant in Holborn.
Organised by London and Surrey full-service law firm Mackrell Turner Garrett in partnership with Networking in the City, the Curry Club gives professionals the opportunity to share business opportunities in a relaxed environment whilst enjoying exceptional Indian cuisine.
Jonathan Pfahl is incredibly passionate about mentoring, and set up The Rockstar Mentoring Group in 2007 after he had experienced mentoring himself on two occasions and wanted to create a model for all types of businesses to benefit from what he calls “REAL Mentoring”.
His first experience of being mentored was when he worked at Goldman Sachs where his mentor set him a financial goal to achieve within six months. The goal was achieved by month four and by month six it was 44% better than expected. Secondly, Jonathan was in the London property market where his mentor helped him build a large portfolio.
Jonathan has taken the model of having a set goal to be achieved over a six month period and works with his mentees to achieve it and show a measurable return on investment. So far he has mentored over 50 mentees within Rockstar and has an incredible track record.
Since establishing his first Rockstar company in the group in 2007, Rockstar now has companies in mentoring and property in three different parts of the world as well as vested interests in nine different private companies that he has invested in.
Nigel Rowley, managing partner at Mackrell Turner Garrett who sponsor the club, said: “We are delighted to welcome Jonathan to speak at our next Curry Club meeting in June.
“I’m sure it will be fascinating to hear his experience of mentoring, and how businesses can get the best out of their employees through support and guidance.
“The West End Curry Club provides a valuable opportunity to foster connections in the property, finance and construction sectors in the West End of London.
“It gives those working in these industries the platform to meet like-minded professionals, share business ideas and make new contacts.”
For more information please visit www.networkinginthecity.co.uk/event/the-west-end-20140611/