Workplace Trends Research Spring Summit
Wednesday 25 March 2019, 09:15 – 17:30, + Drinks Social
Hallam Conference Centre, London W1W 6JJ
Would you like to speak at Workplace Trends? Do you have recent research into work and the workplace? The call for abstracts for our Workplace Trends Research Spring Summit is open now!
Speaking sessions are filled with the highest ranked submissions from a call for abstracts of published applied research. Abstracts will be peer-reviewed by our two moderators for the day, Nigel Oseland (Workplace Unlimited) and Nicola Gillen (Cushman & Wakefield).
Abstracts are blind reviewed by our selection team, and judged on the following criteria:
- Original idea and content
- Credible research methodology
- Backed up by good evidence/data
- Independent unbiased research
- Interesting content
- Non-commercial content
- Relevance to Workplace Trends audience
- Personal or company activity on social media
- Speaker’s presentation experience and style
The closing date for submission of abstracts is midnight on Friday 6 December. For full details and to apply, download and complete the submission form.
Attend as a delegate
The event attracts around 200 delegates from the workplace community – workplace consultants, occupiers, designers, architects, researchers and suppliers – all keen to learn about the latest research into work and the workplace and how it can be applied for practical benefit.
For a flavour of our past Research Spring Summits, check our 2019 and 2018 events.
Registration for delegates is open now at very preferential super-early bird rates. Virtual tickets are also available for those not able to make the journey to London.
Conference Moderators and Abstract Review Team
Nicola Gillen, Cushman & Wakefield, is an architect with a business degree. This provides her with a complementary perspective on the physical and business environments, through understanding the complex and often contradictory interests of the owner, users, designers and managers of buildings.
Nigel Oseland is a workplace strategist, change manager, environmental psychologist, researcher, international speaker and published author. He draws on his psychology background and his own research to advise occupiers on how to redefine their workstyles and rethink their workplace to create working environments that enhance individual and organisational performance and deliver maximum value. Nigel is the programme advisor for the Workplace Trends series of conferences.