In the increasingly dynamic landscape of today’s professional world, organizations are recognizing the immense value of investing in their people. To foster growth, enhance inclusivity, and fuel innovation, companies are embracing unique initiatives that go beyond the traditional confines of the workplace. One of which, is the upcoming “Progressing The People: Working Lunch” hosted by Real Ideas at Market Hall. In this blog post, we will explore what the event entails and why it’s an unmissable opportunity for business leaders and HR professionals.
“Progressing The People Working Lunch” is a monthly face-to-face forum designed to bring together passionate individuals from various industries and organisations who are passionate about supporting people within their company or team. It serves as a platform for attendees to engage in stimulating conversations, foster meaningful connections, and unlock new perspectives. By having a delicious lunch (available at the Market Hall café) alongside and a dynamic networking experience, this event transcends the traditional notion of a business gathering and sets a brilliant example of a non-hierarchical community and knowledge exchange.
During the Working Lunch, participants have the opportunity to delve into thought-provoking discussions on a range of topics related to personal and professional growth. By connecting with highly knowledgeable business leaders and HR professionals from across Plymouth, huge value is generated for the participants in terms of the richness of the discussion. Traditional networking events often lack meaningful connection, even with plenty of like-minded individuals; but the structure of this Working Lunch encourages attendees to actively contribute, ask questions, and exchange ideas, creating a collaborative atmosphere that fuels inspiration. All attendees are invited to work at Market Hall in the coworking space for free on the day of the event; not only does this make it easier to come to the Working Lunch for professionals, but it also creates an even more inspiring experience getting to work in the magnificent Market Hall alongside newly made connections.
Inclusivity lies at the heart of the Working Lunch. The event aims to bring together professionals from diverse backgrounds, fostering an environment where different perspectives and experiences are celebrated. By embracing inclusivity, participants can gain fresh insights, challenge their assumptions, and promote a more inclusive approach to problem-solving and decision-making within their own organizations.
The next session of the “Progressing The People: Working Lunch” is set to take place on 11th July at Market Hall. In this one, Stuart Foren from Odils will be sharing some insights about ‘What Inclusivity Isn’t’. To secure your spot, register for the event on Eventbrite using the following link: https://bit.ly/3pfiO49
Act swiftly, as spaces are limited to 12, and this event is highly sought-after within the professional community.