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The Royal College of General Practitioners iconic building in Euston Square, London provided the backdrop for an exclusive half-day event which focused on the Power of Data when designing the next generation workplace.
The event took place on the 5th July, and hosted delegates from some of the UKs leading organisations.
Delegates were given a unique insight into Harmsen Tilney Shane’s workplace research findings in 2016, highlighting trends, challenges and opportunities the modern workplace presented by Stuart Kotchie, Director, Workplace Consultancy at Harmsen Tilney Shane.
In addition, guest speakers included; Alison Webb, Head of Workplace, Lendlease, discussed the role of wellbeing in both the workplace and building design and Sarah Piddington, a Leadership Development and Organisational Change specialist who looks at workforce productivity through the lens of wellbeing and engagement, presented on introducing wellbeing intervention strategies, resulting in improvements in engagement and productivity.
Andrew Bartlett, Director, Harmsen Tilney Shane, finished the presentations by demonstrating how the in-situ case study, the RCGPs new premises at 30 Euston Square, has enabled the RCGPs to bring a number of functions in-house, developing a new workplace strategy, transforming their working environment and creating a new commercial model for success.
The event Chair, Nick Fletcher, Managing Director, Harmsen Tilney Shane said:
“We designed this event to give senior business leaders and workplace professionals increased insight into how, by effectively engaging with their people and building a robust brief, they can harness greater profitability, agility and productivity through their workplaces. Both the topic and the setting really struck a chord with the audience and we are delighted with the feedback we’ve received so far.”
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