New panelists announced!

“I am not a number: should employees have personalised workspaces?”

Register here for the event – 50% of tickets gone!

We are excited to announce two panelists will join our workspace event on Thursday October 19th at the Davison Highley Showroom, Clerkenwell:

Jo Geraghty from Culture Consultancy and Thomas Palfreyman from Urban Planters.

Jo specialises in culture and change management, and helping companies to increase their productivity through culture. Jo was formerly head of HR for Goldman Sachs France and Switzerland and she brings a wealth of experience in dealing with people.

Tom has a strong focus on biophilia and its role in motivating and promoting wellbeing in the workplace. Urban Planters count Warner Brothers, Alton Towers and McArthur Glen amongst their clients.


They join:

Dr Craig Knight, Chartered Psychologist and Director of Identity Realization. Dr Knight has studied behaviour in the workplace for 12 years and his consultancy specialises in people at work.

David Watts, MD of CCD, is a human behaviour specialist with 20 years’ experience in taking behavioural insights and creating design solutions.

Details – Register here

Join us for a discussion and debate in conjunction with Davison Highley, respected furniture designers and manufacturers. The debate will touch on topics such as:

Can workspace design optimise human performance, support the creation of value, and help to attract and retain staff? Do the benefits outweigh the costs? Can workspaces help attract the best staff? Does individualism dilute corporate culture?

Thursday 19th October from 5.30pm. Drinks, nibbles will be served before and afterwards, with plenty of opportunity for networking and quizzing our panellists further.

Davison Highley Showroom,
Lower Ground Floor, The Old Brewery, 16 Brewhouse Yard, London EC1V 4LJ


Stephanie Clarke

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