WeWork will inspire you with ‘The Thinking Stage’

In their latest event series, WeWork are launching a new Autumn series focusing on intimate, unique perspective on some of the biggest issues and most exciting ideas of our time.

Fireside chats with renowned authors and experts over breakfast or in the evening will provide you with a unique insight on some of the biggest issues facing businesses and the wider world right now. The programme also give you the chance to experience WeWork’s approach to how we should work at their Moorgate and Old Street sites.

Over breakfast on Wednesday 8th November: Sue Unerman, CSO at MediaCom, Kathryn Jacob, CEO of Pearl and Dean, and the authors of the The Glass Wall present their thoughts on “Barriers” and strategies to help women be more successful at work.

Daniel Franklin the Editor of Megatech, will share his thoughts on “Future” on the evening of Tuesday 14th November from his extensive experiences of looking at how the world around us continues to change.

On Wednesday 22nd November will see Sam Leith author of ‘Write to the Point’ will discuss “Words” focusing on how to communicate successfully in any given setting. https://thethinkingstage1.splashthat.com

Finally Jaideep Prabhu brings his book Frugal Innovation to the stage on the evening of Tuesday 28th November to discuss “How to do more with less”.

Tickets to the event are free and books will be on sale at each event. Guests will be invited to join in the conversation and mingle afterwards, so there’s excuse not to join the debate.

Website: www.wework.com

Twitter: @WeWork

Written by Alex Keighley