The Inspirational Office: wellbeing, health and productivity
At the cutting edge of office design is a new breed of headquarters that seek to optimise the internal environment for their workers, allowing them to tailor their microclimate to match their needs.
There is an increased drive to establish 'community' around the office and deliver sport, cultural and other leisure opportunities, on top of facilitating workforce engagement through increased communal areas. All of this has a huge benefit to the bottom line.
Businesses investing in the wellbeing of their staff report improvements to staff engagement, retention and productivity. But what are the barriers and practical considerations for creating better space for the talent in your business? We will be convening a panel including:
- Despina Katsikakis - Workplace transformation expert
- Carissa Kilgour - Workspace Director, Land Securities
- Simon Wyatt - Associate Director - Sustainability, Cundalls
- Emma Bartlett - Employment Partner - Charles Russell Speechlys
Our panel will discuss the latest workplace strategies that companies are using to help their staff get the most out of the time they spend in the office. We’ll discuss the initiatives, technologies and lessons learned from leading wellbeing programmes, and look at how commercial developers are responding to occupiers’ increasingly demanding requirements for exceptional office space.
To register your interest to attend this seminar, please click the register button below or contact our Events Team for further information.
Date / Time: 13 September 2017 / 17:30 - 20:00
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