The Stretton Centre has developed a new networking program, Co-Worker Connect, for the start-ups and small businesses based at the Co-Working space at the Stretton Centre with the first session held on Monday, 3 December.
Co-worker Connect is held once a month over lunch with Stretton Centre's Business Support Coordinators facilitating the sessions.
“We have developed Co-worker Connect in consultation with our co-workers, so that the sessions meet their professional development and business requirements,” said Sarah, Business Support Coordinator.
“The sessions will be highly interactive providing everyone the opportunity to develop their business pitch among other skills, and some sessions will provide a platform to discuss any pertinent issues their business may be experiencing with the group providing advice and recommendations on how to proceed.”
Co-worker Connect provides not only the opportunity for co-workers to step away from their desk while still working on their business but also the opportunity to up-skill.
Participants will develop their soft skills such as networking and refining their sales skills in a safe environment amongst fellow co-workers. This will strengthen the co-working community that already exists here at the Stretton Centre and provide greater awareness of the services available amongst the cohort.
Sarah is currently in the process of developing a schedule for the 2019 Co-worker Connect sessions.