The Impact of the Physical Environment on Well-Being

Date October 10, 2017
Location Cushman & Wakefield
Time 6:00 PM - 8:30 PM

Please join us on Tuesday 10 October for a CREW UK networking event and panel discussion, “The Impact of the Physical Environment on Well-Being”. 

As the importance of Diversity & Inclusion moves up the corporate agenda in every sector, for the first time we are openly discussing mental and physical well-being and the importance of the physical environment in attracting and retaining talent and ensuring a productive workforce. How can property professionals deliver working environments which help people thrive?

Event takeaways:

  1. Our future places of “work” will not look and feel the same as they do today. The requirements of work will become more output based, with technology changing the boundaries between work/life and the choices of where, how and when to work, will become more important.
  2. Property should be treated as an asset and not just a cost! Employees are already considering the wellbeing facilities being offered when deciding which company to work for, and this is a fundamental, global socio-economic shift in thinking.
  3. Lead from the top. Get ahead of the curve and ensure that your real estate truly reflects the culture of your company and remember that health is the new wealth.

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10 October, 6 p.m. - 8:30 p.m.
Cushman & Wakefield
125 Old Broad Street
London
EC2N 1AR


Panellists:

 

 

Angela Brady OBE PPRIBA PDSA FRIAI FRIAS,Director, Brady Mallalieu Architects

In addition to being a founding director of the award-winning Brady Mallalieu Architects, which specialises in quality contemporary sustainable design, Angela is also a past president of RIBA (2011-2013) and was the chair of RIBA Women in Architecture between 2000-2005. Angela not only advises many design review committees, but she also co-wrote and co-presented the TV series “Designing Ireland” about Irish architecture, craft, industrial design and design thinking. She also presented a six-part international city design on ‘The Home Show’ on Channel 4 and designed and built a home on “Building the Dream.” She is a regular keynote speaker at events around the world and in 2016, was awarded an OBE from the Queen and a PDSA, the Irish Presidents Distinguished Service Award, for services to architecture.


 

 

Martin Law, Partner, Deloitte

Martin is the Lead Partner for Deloitte UK’s Occupier Consulting services, with 25 years’ experience of consulting to Governments and global corporate occupier clients on optimising the performance of every aspect of their operational property portfolios. Martin also leads Deloitte’s Work+Place initiative, which brings together the global Deloitte research and capabilities around Human Capital, Technology, Global Locations and Real Estate in the context of the “future of work”.


 

 

Sophy Moffat, Associate Director, Cushman & Wakefield

Sophy is Cushman & Wakefield’s Insight lead on Workplace Wellbeing.  Her latest paper, Well, Work, Place provided an authentic voice and inspiration to take action by having a deeper appreciation of the subject. Sophy has an MA Hons in History and International Relations, as well as an MA in Philosophy and a PGDipp in Building Surveying and over the past four years she has produced research on the commercial real estate market for investors and developers, as well as authoring various reports on global workplace trends. Her workplace based insights have been featured in the national and international press, and Sophy also presents her work to global audiences.


 

 

Moderated by: Jacqui Thornton, Strategic Relationship Director and Executive Coach



Event Schedule

  • 6:00 p.m. - Reception drinks and canap├ęs
  • 6:30 p.m. - Welcome by Pascale Newcombe
  • 6:35 p.m. - Opening presentation
  • 6:45 p.m. - Panel discussion with audience Q&A “The Impact of the Physical Environment on Well Being”
  • 7:45 p.m. - Networking and drinks
  • 9:00 p.m. - Event concludes

This is a "by invitation only," free event, and advanced registration has closed, however we encourage walk-ins as space allows.
 

 

Special thanks to our Global Agenda Programme Sponsor