One of the biggest barriers for organisational growth is the creation of ‘silos’ in the workplace. The interactive mini-workshop is run by Cambridge Network member, Turning Factor. 

One of the biggest barriers for organisation growth is the creation of ‘silos’ in the workplace. Rather than people working together, sometimes they work against each other to the detriment of business growth.

Join this workshop to learn more about behavioural barriers and how to break these silos down:

  • find out what behavioural process barriers are, and how they develop
  • how you can generate trust in the workplace
  • how to encourage cross-functional working
  • the actions you leadership, management and staff can take to create a productive workplace

About Turning Factor

Turning Factor is a strategic learning and development company, with an innovative and flexible approach to delivering impactful, sustainable results for your business.

About the Presenters

Presenter and CEO, Kathryn Horton, has an extensive learning and development background gained over 17 years in a large international corporation. Fellow director James Howells has worked at board level in national and global organisations, as well as creating a number of successful businesses of his own.

Kathryn and James have a unique capacity to challenge and enhance thinking; they are passionate about delivering beyond your expectations are committed to helping people and businesses reach their full potential.


  • 8am registration and networking over breakfast
  • 8:30am mini workshop: breaking down silos
  • 9:30am further networking
  • 10am event close

To register your attendance for this event, please follow the link provided on the right hand side. Alternatively, to contact the organiser directly, please use the contact information also provided on the right hand side.