Workplace Trends Research Summit

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We’re delighted to bring you this virtual conference, containing the very best and latest applied research into work and the workplace.

If you already had a ticket for the original Spring Summit, which was postponed from March 2020, please email [email protected] for details of how to transfer them to this event.

Presentations have been selected by a blind peer review by our moderators, Nicola Gillen (Cushman and Wakefield) and Nigel Oseland (Workplace Unlimited) and the resulting programme forms a fascinating, informative and sociable day, unlike any other that you’ll find on the conference circuit.

  • Join 200+ fellow workplace consultants, occupiers, designer and suppliers for a fantastic virtual event, packed-full of information and online visual networking opportunities.

  • Immediate access, upon registration, to our online app: view the attendee list and text-chat with fellow delegates!

  • To see a demo of the delegate experience you can expect, please check this short video from our platform hosts at Hopin. 


Main Stage Presentations Include: 


The Impact of Covid-19: A Workplace Update, with the latest survey data from 100,000 global workers
- Peggie Rothe, Leesman

The New Inclusivity: Neurodiversity & Workplace Inclusion
- Kay Sargent & Julie Lecoq, HOK

A future workplace informed by millennial & post-millennial insights
-
Fiona Duggan, FiD, & Oliver Moore, Design Engine Architects

Why indoor air quality matters – creating sustainable future working environments
- Johanna Trüstedt, Drees & Sommer Schweiz AG

Facility & Workplace Experience
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Sjoerd Memelink, Iris de Been & Bote Scholtens, TwynstraGudde

How to Catalyse Your Workplace for Growth
-
Oliver Baxter, Herman Miller

Rethinking Emotional Intelligence (EQ) in the Workplace
-
Edward Finch, Independent Workplace Commentator

Communicative Spaces: A New Way to Measure Workplace Effectiveness in Co-Working Spaces
- Rositsa Pachilova, brainybirdz

Contact Centres: A revolution waiting to happen
-
Jo Upward, Platform Group Ltd

Menopause: The last workplace wellbeing taboo
- Kate Usher, Second Phase

With thanks to our moderators Nigel Oseland, Workplace Unlimited, and Nicola Gillen, Cushman & Wakefield.

For full details of presentations visit https://workplacetrends.co/spring2020/

Your registration allows you full access to 


  • All main stage presentations
  • Chat / comment features
  • Video and chat networking sessions
  • Expo Booths 
  • Recordings of presentations to study after the event

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Schedule

· Networking
Morning networking, Expo Booths, and orientation
· Stage
Welcome and Introduction
Nicola Gillen Nigel Oseland
· Stage
Morning Chair's Introduction
Nicola Gillen
· Stage
A future workplace informed by millennial & post-millennial insights
Fiona Duggan Oliver Moore
· Stage
Facility & Workplace Experience - what are the needs, drivers and values of end-users in the office environment
Sjoerd Memelink Iris de Been
· Stage
How to Catalyse Your Workplace for Growth
Oliver Baxter
· Networking
Networking, Expo Booths and virtual coffee
· Stage
Rethinking Emotional Intelligence (EQ) in the Workplace
Edward Finch
· Stage
Why indoor air quality matters – creating sustainable future working environments
Johanna Trüstedt
· Networking
Networking, Expo Booths and Virtual Lunch Break
· Stage
Afternoon Chair's Welcome Back
Nigel Oseland
· Stage
The Impact of Covid-19 on work and the workplace: Latest survey data of 100,000 global workers
Peggie Rothe
· Stage
Communicative Spaces: A New Way to Measure Workplace Effectiveness in Co-Working Spaces
Rositsa Pachilova
· Stage
The New Inclusivity: Neurodiversity & Workplace Inclusion
Kay  Sargent Julie Lecoq
· Networking
Afternoon networking, Expo Booths and virtual tea!
· Stage
Menopause: The last workplace wellbeing taboo
Kate Usher
· Stage
Contact Centres: A revolution waiting to happen
Jo Upward
· Stage
To be confirmed
· Networking
Networking, Expo Booths and virtual drinks!

Speakers

Johanna Trüstedt
Johanna Trüstedt

Workplace and healthy indoor environment consultant

Iris de Been
Iris de Been

Adviseur Huisvesting at TwynstraGudde

Oliver Moore
Oliver Moore

Senior Associate at Design Engine Architects

Sjoerd Memelink
Sjoerd Memelink

Partner Huisvesting, Vastgoed & Facility Management bij TwynstraGudde

Nicola Gillen
Nicola Gillen

Head of Total Workplace EMEA at Cushman & Wakefield

Peggie Rothe
Peggie Rothe

Chief Insights & Research Officer, Leesman

Kate Usher
Kate Usher

Working with women to create develop & maintain relationships throughout their Menopause & into their Second Phase

Jo Upward
Jo Upward

Managing Director, Platform Group

Nigel Oseland
Nigel Oseland

Environmental Psychologist and Workplace Consultant, Workplace Unlimited

Edward Finch
Edward Finch

Independent Workplace Commentator

Oliver Baxter
Oliver Baxter

Psychologist and Brand Evangelist, Herman Miller

Rositsa Pachilova
Rositsa Pachilova

Architect and Design Researcher, brainybirdz

Julie Lecoq
Julie Lecoq

Workplace Consultant and Change Manager, HOK

Kay  Sargent
Kay Sargent

Senior Principal - Director of WorkPlace, HOK

Fiona Duggan
Fiona Duggan

Founding Director, FiD

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Booths

Ecophon

Ecophon

Ecophon is part of the Saint-Gobain Group, the company is a global supplier of acoustic ceiling, wall panel systems and screens that contribute to good room acoustics and support a healthy indoor environment, with a focus on offices, education, healthcare, retail and industrial manufacturing premises.

EMCOR UK

EMCOR UK

As one of the UK’s leading integrated facilities management providers, EMCOR UK has an enviable track record in maintaining high-performing, productive and sustainable workplaces and real estate for customers.

Herman Miller

Herman Miller

Herman Miller is a 100-year-old-plus company that places great importance on design, the environment, community service and the health and well-being of our customers and our employees.

Workplace Unlimited

Workplace Unlimited

Workplace Unlimited is an associate network of independent workplace consultants. Nigel Oseland established and manages the business. Nigel is a workplace strategist, change manager, environmental psychologist and author with 11 years research and 19 years consulting experience.

Workplace Insight

Workplace Insight

Insight Publishing is one of the world’s leading platforms for workplace news, commentary and features. It publishes podcasts, reports, daily updates and now IN magazine.

Work&Place

Work&Place

Work&Place is a global resource for people with an interest in the intersection of work with digital, cultural, and physical space. Since 2012, it has engaged the world’s most progressive workplace thinkers to explore important ideas about work and place.

The Journal of Biophilic Design

The Journal of Biophilic Design

The Journal of Biophilic Design is an iTunes series of interviews with thought-leaders & researched opinions on Biophilic Design in the workplace, urban planning, homes, healthcare. The JBD is published by Argenta Wellness.

workagile

workagile

Workagile are experts in designing and making fine furniture that encourage agile working within the workplace. Based on salutogenic design principles (promoting health & wellbeing), our range of workplace furniture aims to be agile and multi-functional, promoting productivity and creativity.

Indoor Garden Design

Indoor Garden Design

Championing the principles of Biophilia. In the current covid-19 climate we have been working with companies offering advice and support on how we can use their existing &/or additional planting to help encourage social distancing, partition off areas and direct footfall by using subtle green solutions.

Workplace Trends

Workplace Trends

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