Workplace Trends
What will be the "new normal" for the workplace in 2021?

Online Event
Thursday 14 May 2020, 3pm – 4.15pm GMT+1

What will be the new normal for the workplace in 2021 and how do we get there?

Join us on Zoom this Thursday 14th May to discuss this and relating burning questions about getting us back to work efficiently and safely, in the short and long term.

There will be opportunities for attendees to pose questions before and during the session’s Q&A.

Please reserve your seat in advance on the booking section below.


Expert Panel

Arjun Kaicker, Zaha Hadid Architects
Arjun is Co-Head of Workplace Analytics and Insights at Zaha Hadid Architects. Arjun has been an Architect and Workplace Consultant for 20 years and was a partner at Foster+Partners before joining ZHA in 2015.


Tim Oldman, Leesman
As the Founder of Leesman, Tim sought to offer the property market the first truly independent, unified and standardized pre and post occupancy evaluation tool.  The Leesman Index is now the largest independent workplace effectiveness database containing over a quarter of a million employee responses.


Kerstin Sailer, brainybirdz & UCL
Kerstin is a German architect by training, but has never built a single house. Early on her interest has been in the social side of architecture and how space affects what people do. A sociologist at heart and a lover of all things data, her research focuses on understanding human behaviours in buildings. Alongside her consultation services at brainybirdz she is Reader in Social and Spatial Networks at UCL and teaches on the MSc programme Space Syntax: Architecture and Cities.


Nigel Oseland, Workplace Unlimited
Moderating our session: Nigel is a workplace strategist, change manager, environmental psychologist, researcher, international speaker and 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 a co-founder of Workplace Trends.