We enable and encourage you to have direct access to organisations.
Share your models and frameworks with organisations. Get more recognition for your work.
Learn and progress in the community. Find peers for your own consulting and training engagements.
No intermediaries, no mark-ups, just you and your client. Do not wait all day for an engagement to happen.
Meet the educators behind The Faculty Club
What our Educators say about working with The Faculty Club
“I find The Faculty Club an invaluable network - connecting faculty with organisations. Working directly with an organisation allows me to gain a complete understanding of their needs so my training is much more impactful. This was key for me to participate in Santander’s most aspiring programme for their top executives.”
“The Faculty Club enabled me to speak directly to Santander Bank and quickly understand their needs for their top executives. I had the privilege to present the opening keynote, aligned with their aspirational view of the future. The Faculty Club feels like the future of executive education taking shape today.”
“Working with The Faculty Club has enabled me to work directly with organisations without the micro-management and politics that sometimes gets in the way of great work. Marcos Gorgojo has excellent knowledge and expertise of executive education and I recommend that other educators try this route to market.”
“The Faculty Club (TFC) is an exciting new concept in executive education, one that enables commercially-minded academics to raise their profile within the business world globally. TFC's unique approach is agile, flexible and offers a tailored response that matches academic talent to management development needs. Marcos Gorgojo, the brains behind TFC, not only has significant blue chip experience in this space but also brings a highly personal touch through care and concern for both his corporate clients and network of educators, with a passion to open up the market for executive education for the benefit of all.”
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