When we launched our Q11 collaborative workspace last year, we wanted to provide a venue to accommodate a more flexible way of working.
But we are thrilled that the space is now also home to a regular learning and networking event that is helping people develop and become the best version of themselves!
Our People & Culture Forum, run in collaboration with organisational psychologist and coach Becca Brighty, who specialises in workplace confidence and resilience, has been growing its following for the last six months here at Quorum Park, with a diverse range of topics intended to facilitate learning and allow people from across our many on-site organisations to get to know one another better.
By working with Becca’s firm Brighty People, these exclusive Quorum Park sessions feature high-profile names to cover the many subjects so crucial to modern businesses, such as May’s session on inclusive leadership and neurodiversity.
Our Events and Sustainability Manager Laura McGrath explained: “We’re so fortunate to have a professional of Becca’s calibre working with us on this initiative, and we’re really proud the forum is growing and welcoming new members of our community to become part of it each month.
“Continuous professional development is at the cornerstone of creating an engaged and productive workforce and can make such a huge difference to a company’s commercial success as well as staff morale. Not only do these sessions give people a chance to learn and progress, but it’s also a great opportunity to network in person after the challenges of the pandemic.”
Becca added: “I’ve been so thrilled by how quickly the forum has been embraced by individuals and teams alike that are based at the park, and suggestions for future topics are most welcome so we can build a community that will be most useful to its members.
“Q11 is such a fantastic space in which to inspire learning; it’s the perfect venue for people to come together in this way and now its well-established, I look forward to welcoming many new members to the forum over the coming months.”
The next People & Culture Forum topic will be Imposter Syndrome and it’s impact on Organisational Productivity, with the discussion being held on June 8th, and the forum is free for first time participants, increasing to just £10 per session for Quorum Park employees, which represents a discount of more than 16 per cent.
You can book on to future sessions via Eventbrite and keep an eye on our website at quorumpark.com or on Facebook for news of more Quorum Park events and initiatives. We’re always open to new ideas, so email us at firstname.lastname@example.org with any feedback.