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"We work best when we are collaborative, working together to contribute to the Queen’s community"

Our Staff Stories

Hear from a colleague on what Connectivity means to them.

“We had real learning happening together across two different schools. […] The collaborative nature at the heart of the University and the support from everyone involved made this project a success.“

Dr David McCormick, School of Psychology

Connectivity Behaviours – Practical Application

I demonstrate Connectivity when I...

  • work across boundaries to develop relationships, share information and keep others informed​
  • celebrate team successes and recognise contributions of all regardless of grade
  • actively contribute to the Queen’s community where everyone has a place
  • engage with and learn from colleagues
  • play to strengths of others when working as a team​
  • seek opportunities to work collaboratively with others

I do not demonstrate Connectivity when I…

  • work in silos​ or in isolation
  • act in self interest
  • present colleagues’ ideas as my own