Workplace Week Convention
KPMG, Canary Wharf
This year’s Workplace Week Convention explores how innovation in work and the workplace can be used as a tool in the battle to improve in the UK’s flagging productivity metrics.
The Convention provides a rich cocktail of stimulating discussions from business and workplace leaders, the latest research on matters workplace, detailed case studies and a group exercise designed to help you to shape your thinking and translate your ideas into reality. It’s all delivered in a relaxed light hearted style and great value at just £175 with funds going to BBC Children in Need.
Karen Plum: Director of Research & Development, AWA will be compering the day!
Ben Jones: The CBI’s Economist with responsibility for Productivity Research will be talking about the economic data, what it means and CBI’s current ‘macro’ thinking on improving UK Productivity
Peter Cheese: The CIPD’s CEO talking about people and skills and how HR can combine with Real Estate and Facilities leaders to make a real difference to performance.
Eric Barends: CEO, The Centre for Evidence Based Management: Shares the latest Workplace PIN study on the factors that impact on the working of the brain.
Andrew Mawson: A founding Director of AWA and Director of AWA’s Cognitive Research programme will facilitate the Workplace Week ‘Designing the ‘cognitive’ workplace exercise. Looking in-depth at how HR, Facilities, Real Estate, Design and IT could work together to support cognitive performance.
Adam Hoy: Global Head of Real Estate and Facilities, Unilever explains how he’s built a powerful coalition with HR and IT to create a workplace that supports excellence in performance.
Peter Brown, Head of Performance Knowledge, English Institute of Sport explores the links between improving business performance and sporting performance and the lessons we can learn from the sporting world.
We hope you’ll get along to what will be a stimulating event…. BOOK NOW for this and other fascinating events being held between 9th and 16th November.