Following the success of Workplace Week 2015, the annual pre-eminent workplace-centric event is set to return and will take place from 14th – 18th November 2016.
In line with the evident need to maximise individual and organisational performance in the face of on-going productivity woes, this year’s theme is: “The Cognitive Athlete: managing the workplace for peak professional performance”.
Organised by leading workplace consultancy Advanced Workplace Associates (AWA), the Workplace Week Convention, taking place on Wednesday 16th November at the AVIVA Conference Centre, will focus on how businesses can maximise the brainpower of every person on the payroll.
Contributors from the worlds of sport, neuroscience, business and workplace management will question how organisations can create the right workplace conditions that will allow people to be the best that they can be. Tim Henman joins the speaker line up and will discuss the brain’s role in achieving peak performance, thus enabling business leaders to unleash the cognitive athletes within their organisations.
Andrew Mawson, MD of Advanced Workplace Associates, said: “Workplace Week has fast become an absolute must in the professional calendar since AWA launched the first in 2009. Through fantastic support from sponsors and everyone who has participated in the last few years we have raised a whopping amount for Children in Need. Workplace Week 2015 raised over £30,000 for the charity, and this year we hope to raise much more and create an even bigger spectacle while we do so.”
For more information visit www.workplaceweek.com/workplace-convention/