Workplace Trends Spring Summit: Call For Abstracts
Thursday 08 March 2018, 09:30 – 17:30, + Drinks Social
The Royal Society, London SW1Y 5AG
We’re excited to be planning something a little different for our UK Spring Summit in 2018. We have so many requests from potential speakers for our events that we’re opening the doors formally with a Call for Abstracts.
The conference theme is Workplace Cutting Edge Research and we are seeking presentations on recently published studies on work and the workplace. Presentations of recent journal articles, books and white papers are all welcome.
All you need do is submit your presentation title, a short synopsis of up to 200 words, and a few other items (see here) either by our Survey Monkey link or by email to me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Submitted abstracts will be anonymously peer-reviewed by Nigel Oseland and Neil Usher for technical content (66%). The conference organiser will also separately review evidence of speakers’ past presentations, experience and style (33%), to ensure sessions on the day are made by those comfortable presenting to an informed audience.
The closing date for entries is Friday 8 December, and we will announce the results approximately ten days later. Any queries should be emailed to us here.
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 founded the Workplace Change Organisation and is the programme advisor for the biannual Workplace Trends conferences.
Neil Usher is a property and workplace professional, blogger at workessence.com and regular speaker and tweeter. He has been in the property industry for 25 years, originally starting in FM, and latterly as Workplace Director at Sky, passing through the music, film, engineering and mining sectors on the way including seven years as global property head for Rio Tinto. He is committed to simplifying the profession through what he calls the #elementalworkplace, making it possible for everyone to enjoy working in a great environment.
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