In a world of dizzying and constantly accelerating change, the idea of the ‘workplace’ is under extreme pressure. Here in early 2020, the global coronavirus pandemic has delivered a seismic shock to the concept, enforcing remote working and raising a host of unfamiliar questions.
Running in tandem with the Mad World Summit, Workplace Wellbeing by Design will address these questions and explore the range of ‘soft’ and ‘hard’ issues driving innovative and humane workplace design.
Aimed at the wide community of professionals who live, breathe, eat and sleep the complexities of workplace design. The day is designed for discussion, exploration and practical takeaways; with a line-up of distinguished speakers from across the spectrum - and a few surprises from left field.
"On the one hand, humanity or ‘humane-ness’ is gaining traction as a fundamental motivator for workplace design; on the other hand, workplace behaviour is being transformed by the massive impact of digital technologies. A new machine age meets a newly humanised age in a Covid-19 impacted maelstrom of culture change – and culture change is inextricably intertwined with both design and wellbeing”.
Aidan Walker, Workplace Design Author, Editor, Mindful Design Expert and Content Director, Workplace Wellbeing by Design
• THE AGILE WORKPLACE • THE WELCOMING WORKPLACE • THE HUMAN WORKPLACE • THE SUSTAINABLE WORKPLACE • THE SMART WORKPLACE • THE SOCIAL WORKPLACE • THE HEALTHY WORKPLACE • THE MINDFUL WORKPLACE
In other words, all who are invested in creating humane workplaces that meet the corporate brief and contribute to occupants' wellbeing.
Co-located with the world's largest conference and exhibition for workplace culture, mental health and wellbeing
Meet the people developing the most progressive approaches to workplace culture,mental health and wellbeing
Share knowledge in real-time with our cross-sector, cross-function network of like-minded speakers, exhibitors and attendees.
Bring your colleagues for a team day out of the office. Get practical insights to take back and adapt to your organisation.