The Workplace Event
25-27 April 2023
NEC, Birmingham

The Workplace Conference 2022

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The Workplace Conference 2022

Content themes

Day One: Technology

Day One: Technology

SPONSORED BY

Accruent

Technology is a key driver of change and as organisations embrace the technological benefits and access to granular data that comes with it, the skills required to harness it to support positive change becomes increasingly difficult. Technology can have positive and negative impacts on workplace experience so how do professionals maximise the former whilst minimising the latter?

The morning sessions will feature keynote speakers and leading thinkers who will explore the rapidly changing technology landscape and future trends that will shape the workplace experience in the coming years.

Day Two: The Future of work

Day Two: The Future of work

SPONSORED BY

facilio

The future of work has always been a favourite topic for thought leaders, futurists, bloggers, speakers and consultancy firms. With past predictions seeming like a variation on a theme, Covid has changed that landscape and accelerated the conversation of how work may be going through its biggest transformation since the industrial revolution.

These sessions aim to separate fact from fiction. Debunking myths, challenging lazy predictions whilst pulling out the critical thinking currently taking place which will influence how workplace teams support work for the next decade. What are employee expectations going to be? How can organisation match that? What are the impacts on talent strategies and how will workplaces evolve? We will delve deeper into the future of work and uncover real insight that is driving change.

Day Three: Wellbeing

Day Three: Wellbeing

SPONSORED BY

EMCOR UK

Before the pandemic workplace wellbeing was becoming an increasingly important part of employee experience; post pandemic this is set to become one of the most critical factors when employees assess employers as society looks to redress work life balance and to take stock of how their work impacts both their physical and mental health.

For those in workplace disciplines understanding how work is impacting employees and what can be done to not only limit the impact but irradicate the cause of poor health through work is becoming a crucial skill. These sessions brings together three leading lights in the world of workplace wellbeing to discuss its nuanced challenges and to help map a path towards a world where work and good health can go hand-in-hand.

Three days of  influential talks and ground breaking content

THE WORKPLACE CONFERENCE SPONSORS

TWE sponsor

Be part of a community of workplace and FM professionals who are shaping the future of workplace experience and facilities management. Immerse yourself with three days of high-level content full of transformational ideas, proactive conversations, and actionable takeaways. This conference is like no other. Featuring influential speakers, interactive competitions and a live podcast onstage - connect with the bright minds and leading thinkers of workplace experience.

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05 Apr 2022
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    Geoff White shines light onto the technology that is changing our world for the better...and sometimes worse. An award-winning television news journalist at Channel 4 and an engaging keynote speaker, ...
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    Technology has always been at the heart of disruption in any sector but today the way we design, construct and consume buildings is being super-charged by developments in digital technologies. In this session, Microsofts’ Built Environment lead, Quame Adewale, explores the art of the possible, the benefits for workplaces and what stands between us and those opportunities

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    Often technological developments incrementally improve how things are currently done. But sometimes it fast tracks evolutionary leaps that many can barely imagine. As the world of work figures out how it evolves out of the pandemic what role will technology play and how far can we take it. Professor Eddie Obeng is a pioneer in this space. An author, educator and organisational theorist, Obeng launched QUBE, a fully digital workplace environment that combines content, human interaction and functionality. And when he did, he may have created the roadmap for workplaces of the future. 

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    Hackathons were born out of silicon valley as fast-paced, sprint-like events aimed at bringing multiple skillsets together to intensively collaborate on software projects. Since they came to prominenc ...
06 Apr 2022
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    Cally has spent the last three decades working in high profile media roles as Senior VP at US studio giant Viacom. With that wealth of experience, and using skills developed on the comedy circuit, Cal ...
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    Neil is one of the most recognisable voices on the workplace landscape. His breakthrough book, the Elemental Workplace, made the case for everyone to have access to a fantastic workplace, something he ...
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    Simone is a trailblazer in many respects. She was the first known Chief Workplace Officer in the UK and is amongst the youngest practitioners to achieve the Fellowship status from the Institute of Wor ...
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    Launched in February 2022 the Workplace Geeks Podcast brings together two of the most recognised names in workplace commentary and insights, Chris Moriarty and Ian Ellison, as they explore the wonderf ...
07 Apr 2022
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    Now more than ever, mental health and wellbeing is a topic that is dominating boardrooms across the globe. The positive impact of mental fitness in the workplace will be a key asset to unlocking the t ...
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    Wellbeing is an increasingly important factor in any business, particularly post pandemic, but how do we shift the approach from one that might see it as a 'nice to have' project on the side of the core business to a fundamental for effective work? Sam Fuller, CEO of the Wellbeing Project, has been supporting organisations with their wellbeing programmes for more than a decade. In this talk she explores how the dial is shifting when it comes to the focus on wellbeing and how data is starting to unlock those conversations. 

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    While workplace mental wellbeing has always been an established HR focus, the global COVID-19 pandemic has brought about several abrupt changes, both in our personal and working lives. This has shone a spotlight on the wellbeing of our staff. This session explores the effects of that, balancing the notion of ‘technostress’ and feeling pressure to be ‘always on’ with the liberation that digital working, combined with flexible working, can give us.

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What's on

Packed with seminar content, suppliers and features in and around the showfloor, discover everything The Workplace Event has to offer.

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Exhibitors

Hundreds of workplace and FM products and solutions will be on display, speak to the experts and find out how they can solve your everyday challenges.

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Workplace Leaders Conference: Technology Sponsor

  • Facilio

Workplace Leaders Conference: Wellbeing Sponsor

  • EMCOR UK

The Wellbeing Recharge Zone Sponsors

  • Conker

Lead Media Partner

  • Workplace Insights

Facilities

Facilities

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Workplace strategy and design

Workplace strategy and design

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Technology

Technology

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Interiors

Interiors

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Furniture providers

Furniture providers

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Real estate

Real estate

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