The Leaders of Change Programme at LREF has been designed for the leaders of the most progressive and rapidly growing businesses across the capital. 

With agility, talent and wellbeing at the top of many corporate agendas, CEOs HRDs and FDs are exploring the role property can play in furthering their corporate objectives. 

LREF provides the perfect platform to bring Leaders of Change together with the property market to tackle issues that are facing businesses across the world. 

 
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*Complimentary Leaders of Change places are strictly limited to the senior management teams of non-property organisations.

These places are ideally for CEO's, HR Directors, Finance Directors and limited to two people per organisation.

We are reserving 200 Leaders of Changes places at LREF this year for non-property organisations to bring them together with the property market at LREF to explore and discuss the role property can play in furthering their corporate objectives.

Leaders of Change Programme,
13th June, 8:30am - 1:00pm

 
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Leaders of Change Programme 

The Leaders programme takes place on Wednesday 13th June, the first morning of LREF

 

8.00am

Leaders of Change Breakfast
Meet and network with other senior professionals

9am

Keynote – The London Ecomony
Hear from a key panel of experts making predictions on London’s economy over the next 12 months including Angus Knowles-Cutler, Vice Chairman, Deloitte.

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'Angus works with businesses, policy makers and opinion formers. He has a particular interest in how London maintains and grows its global leadership in high skill sectors, with a focus on the need to attract talent to the capital.'

Fiona Fletcher Smith, Executive Director of Development, Enterprise and Environment, GLA
Judith Evans, Property Correspondent, FT (Chair)
John Mulryan, Managing Director, Ballymore (UK)

10am

Workplace Culture
Listen to a panel of experts including Bruce Daisley, EMEA Vice President of Twitter, talking about what a good workplace culture looks like and how to promote happiness in the workplace

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'Bruce runs Twitter's business in Europe, Middle East and Africa. His team is responsible for the development of Twitter across those countries. He also runs the top Business podcast, Eat Sleep Work Repeat.'
 

Carissa Kilgour, Workplace Director, LandSec
Emily Prideaux, Head of Leasing, Derwent London

11am

Future of Office
This session will look at how co-working and flexible leases can help increase productivity, save money and help aid creativity - but is co-working right for your business?

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'Harry leads McKinsey’s Travel, Transport and Logistics practice in the UK. From 2010 – 2013,  Harry  leads the Firm’s global work in Advanced Analytics in TTL.'

David Galsworthy, CEO and Co-Founder, Techspace
Jon Allgood, Head of Offices, The Crown Estate
Juliet Thomas, Partner Commercial Real Estate, Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner (Chair)
 

12pm

Wellbeing & Active Design
Hear about what the buildings that businesses occupy can do to improve the wellbeing of those employed to work within the building and the importance of active design

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'Ann Marie leads the business development and technical team and is the first point of contact for clients & design teams interested in all applications of WELL Certification (C&S, NC, TI, District).'

Matt Webster, Head of Wellbeing and Futureproofing, British Land
Ken Shuttleworth, President of BCO + Founder, Make Architects (Chair)
Eva Vavrakova, HB Reavis


Building tours

Leaders of Change have the opportunity to visit some of the most innovative office workplaces in the West End. 

See how businesses are successfully integrating workplace strategies that increase agility, improve wellbeing and attract the highest calibre talent.

High-level roundtable discussions

Leaders of Change also have the opportunity to join high level roundtables to discuss the role property plays in attracting talent and the impact of agility in the workplace

 

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About LREF

LREF is London’s leading property conference and the only one to bring together the property and business communities.

Now in it’s 6th year and in partnership with the Mayor of London, City of Westminster and Financial Times, LREF is an annual event with 2 days of high level conference and networking events taking place around an exhibition that showcases the best development across London.

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LREF Programme

As a qualifying VIP guest* on the leaders programme you are welcome to attend other sessions as part of LREF’s conference programme on Wednesday 13th June.

Click here to see the full LREF Programme >

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