Join us for our next event of the Smarter Workspace Series: An interactive panel discussion on
‘Wellbeing in the Workplace’
The Smarter Workspaces Series hosts events which inform, educate and guide individuals and businesses on the influence of an office design and fitout on employees, and their performance.
Our next session is focused on ‘Wellbeing in the Workplace’ with an interactive panel discussion, including CEO’s, Workplace Strategists and Consultants. We will explore practical examples of how to effectively implement wellbeing, and how this impacts employees.
The discussions will focus around three key aspects:
- Improving culture, wellbeing and talent retention
- Increasing productivity, communication and collaboration
- Enhancing your corporate brand.
8:00 – 9:00: breakfast and networking
9:00 – 9:45: discussion panel
9:45 – 10:30: networking opportunities
All times are completely flexible before and after the discussion panel.
Please be in your seats for the discussion panel from 9-9.45am.
Woodhouse Workspace, 40 Beaconsfield Road, Hatfield, Herts, AL10 8BB
(5 mins walk from Hatfield Station which is 20 mins from Kings Cross)
About the discussion panel
MD of Affinity for Business – Winners of The Best Place to Work Award for 2018.
CEO and Consultant of The Lightbulb Tree – A leader in flexible working, and championing the combination of engagement, diversity and creativity.
Chris Doyle: Director of Development at Engie UK – Responsible for identifying and providing the best solutions for Engie UK, and has recently supported a new Smarter Workspace refurbishment.
Colin Stuart: CEO and Workplace Consultant of Baker Stuart Ltd – A specialist in workplace strategy and delivering award-winning corporate environments.
40 Beaconsfield Road
We are a 5 minute walk from Hatfield Station, which is 20 mins from Kings Cross.
Please call 01707 255 300 for further details. Lifts to and from the station can be arranged.
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