We'll visit Scope's new office to explore how a new workspace can help a team to interact and create more effectively.
From the need for plants through to the benefits of flexible workspaces, in recent years there has been a growing conversation surrounding the importance of workplace design, and its impact on a team's behaviour.
Having recently moved offices, national disability charity Scope has had the opportunity to explore this for themselves, so on 22nd August we will be hosting a roundtable in their new space at Here East, Hackney Wick, to discuss how a new workplace can shake up the habitual ways of working to inspire a positive and creative team.
Kicking off the session with some key insights on the topic will be Dr Alison Williams, a researcher and specialist in creativity and the physical environment, who also has experience being on the client side of the equation.
This session will focus on:
The psychology of workplace, how human habits filter through into modern flexible workspaces, and how office design helps teams interact and create more effectively.
This session is for:
Anyone who shares similar experiences of recent office moves or redesigns, with an interest in discussing and sharing insights on how the physical space has impacted their team, and tips for best practice.
Location:Here East Press Centre,
14 East Bay Lane,
London, E15 2GW,
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Start:22nd August, 2018 at 9:00am
End:22nd August, 2018 at 11:00am