Spanish Surprises

Spanish Surprises

Recently, I had the opportunity to renew my acquaintance with Madrid and it turned out to be a very interesting experience in more ways than one.  Apart from participating in 3-Goffice  conversation about the Spanish perspective on the future of work and the workplace; I had the opportunity to see an example of smart working.  It […]

Spanish Surprises

Spanish Surprises

Posted by: on Jun 2, 2015 | No Comments

Recently, I had the opportunity to renew my acquaintance with Madrid and it turned out to be a very interesting experience in more ways than one.  Apart from participating in 3-Goffice  conversation about the Spanish perspective on the future of work and the workplace; I had the opportunity to see an example of smart working.  It […]

Are you allergic to offices?

Posted by: on Apr 3, 2015 | No Comments

I’ve written a couple of guest blogs for Chris but realise that I never actually introduced myself, so I thought it might be worth doing so seeing as hopefully you’ll be hearing a bit more from me in the coming months. My name’s Ciara, I’m 24 and although I believe my job title is officially […]

Rising to dizzy heights!

Rising to dizzy heights!

Posted by: on Mar 17, 2015 | No Comments

Does smart working require a smart building? An interesting question, which was brought into focus by my visit to BT Tower in January. I was there to celebrate the achievements of a smart working initiative – the TW3 awards. As I stood in the high-speed lifts that whisked me up to the panoramic restaurant on […]

#TWPC We’re off!!

#TWPC We’re off!!

Posted by: on Feb 12, 2015 | No Comments

After many months of deliberating and planning, The Workplace Conversation is off and running. Our dream is to engage with as many people as possible to make a difference. It’s not just to talk about workplace issues, but to generate real actions as to how to help us all to do our best work in […]

A Millennial view from the sidelines #1

A Millennial view from the sidelines #1

Posted by: on Jan 31, 2015 | No Comments

GUEST BLOG BY CIARA O’CONNOR Like a lot of people my age, I’m engaged in a few different kinds of work. One of them is tutoring children at home – but sometimes it’s outside in the garden. Sometimes it’s writing on windows with markers or on the patio with chalk. Some kids were much better […]