The publishers of the well-loved Mix Interiors magazine and the hugely successful Mixology Awards run a series of seminars – MixInspired. We aim to inspire, inform and entertain those that are interested in the world of commercial property and workplace design.
MixInspired London, the second seminar to be held in London and the 7th in the series, is aimed at the A&D, D&B and general property market. The theme of the event was The People & Culture Shaping Tomorrow’s Work Place, debating the future of the workplace and who is going to deliver it.
Guests gained an insight into end users and the property ‘food chain’ including our guests on the panel from; CIMA, Reward Gateway and Criteo. As well as an unmissable panel, guests met great people in a great venue, and got some CPD points too– all courtesy of Mix and the sponsors.
The write up of MixInspired London is covered in March’s issue of Mix Interiors for you all to see.
Photos from the event can be seen here
For more information contact David Smalley at firstname.lastname@example.org
Thank you to our speakers for informing and entertaining our guests
Dereck Dziva Workplace Performance Manager, CIMA
Dereck is the Workplace Performance Manager for CIMA, the world’s largest and leading professional body of management accountants. Dereck has a varied background in logistics, facilities and project management. He is responsible for implementing CIMA’s workplace vision of creating and maintaining an enabling workplace environment that projects CIMA’s brand ambition of owning the management accounting space.×
Glenn Elliott Founder & CEO, Reward Gateway
Glenn is an employee engagement expert, entrepreneur and co-author of Build It: The Rebel Playbook for Employee Engagement. He has a decade of experience in company culture, engagement and leadership development. He runs Reward Gateway, the employee engagement technology company and is also an investor and advisor to boards on getting the best out of their people.×
Mike Walley Head of Workplace Experience EMEA, Criteo
After 3 years at Westminster Hotel School, Mike Walley started his working life in the Hospitality Business. Later career diversions as a Commercial Pilot, Aid Worker and Corporate IT manager left him with an eclectic skill set that sits well in the new world of Workplace Experience.×
During MixInspired London, we wanted everyone talking about The People & Culture Shaping Tomorrow’s Workplace.
Who is leading the workplace revolution and why?
“It’s about the people not the desks and chairs”
Are business leaders getting this point?
How do organisation go about capturing the right “vibe” and
turning that into a viable workplace?
Productivity in knowledge based organisations is key but how is it measured?
How do you avoid stress and conflict that can
often come with workplace change?
What are the key elements that are getting in the way of staff being as effective?
Think about what you can ask the panellist’s about their thoughts on the people and cultures which are shaping tomorrow's workplace.
Introduction by Mick Jordan, editor, Mix Interiors
A chance to chat and mingle
We appreciate that time is a valuable commodity. It is with this in mind that we aim to make the most of the relatively short time together. We hope that you finished the session knowing more than when you arrived – helping you understand the broader issues of your region, the people and culture shaping tomorrows workplace and helping you serve your clients better
In addition the seminar is CPD accredited therefore we hope this helps
2 March 2017 - London
5 Berry Street
contact and register
Please fill in the the form below to register your interest in this free event.
There are very limited spaces for this event with places allocated on a first come first served basis.