Join us at this fascinating event to explore how the workplace and the way we work is changing, including what users expect from their workplace and how technology is enabling new working patterns.
In this energetic presentation, Monica Parker, HATCH Analytics CEO, will take us through the disruptors to business as usual and share the key elements of creating a compelling workplace culture of the future.
Derwent London is one of London’s most innovative office specialist property regenerators and investors and is well known for its design-led philosophy and creative management approach to development. They look forward to hosting us at one of their elegant properties.
About Monica Parker - Founder, HATCH Analytics
Monica has been an author, speaker, designer, CEO, activist, clown, opera singer and, most recently, founder. Her specialism of more than a decade has been navigating and communicating organisational change. She is a blogger for Silicon Republic and the Huffington Post and a workplace authority for BBC Worldwide and BBC Radio. Her early career was punctuated by her work as a homicide investigator defending death row inmates for Florida’s Department of Justice. Her academic qualifications include the University of Miami, University of Pennsylvania at Wharton and Queens University Belfast, and her current role as founder at HATCH is to help clients challenge the status quo and inspire positive action through change.
Derwent London will host us at one of its elegant properties. Derwent is one of London’s most innovative office specialist property regenerators and investors and is well known for its design-led philosophy and creative management approach to development.
6:00pm Arrival and welcome drinks
6.30pm Opening remarks and presentation
7.45pm Networking reception
9:00pm Event close
Derwent London Plc
25 Savile Row, Mayfair, London W1S 2ER
Individual Member: Free of charge
Corporate Member: Free of charge
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