Welcome to the Workplace Geeks podcast

Workplace Geeks, the podcast on a mission to discover, interrogate and disseminate the world’s leading workplace research.

We explore workplace research from around the globe with the teams behind it. We discuss the methodology and challenges as well as deep diving into the findings.

Episode 15 (Bonus Material)

Bonus - Geek to Geek

In this extra special bonus episode, Chris and Ian are joined by the original podcast ponderer, the inimitable and elusive Dr James Pinder, to look back on their most memorable topics and discussions from Workplace Geeks season two.All Workplace Geeks guests are equal - it goes without saying - but special props in this episode to Dr Dan Wakelin from HCG, Dr Ben Waber from Humanyze, Dr Kerstin Sailer from UCL, Gabriella Braun, Josh Artus from Centric Lab, and Sophe Schuller and Rachel Cassanova from Cushman & Wakefield. πŸ™ŒπŸΌ

Episode 14

Geek on, geek off, young workplace grasshopper

with Ian Ellison and Chris Moriarty

Episode 13

'Reality mining' workplace insights using ONA

with Rachel Casanova and Sophie Schuller

Episode 12

The neuroscience of uncertainty

with Katherine Templar-Lewis

Episode 11

What on earth is the workplace oooh?!

with BeckyΒ Turner

Episode 10

Workplace Trends research special (pt.2) | sustainable change & dens at work

Episode 9

Workplace Trends research special (pt.1) | three takes on hybrid

with Lorna Landells, Kasia Maynard &Β Sophie Schuller

Episode 8

What's Lefebvre got to do with it?

with Dan Wakelin

Episode 7

Finding hidden performance levers

with Ben Waber

Episode 6

Neurodiversity (pt.2) - a journey towards better

with Jo Yarker

Episode 5

Neurodiversity (pt.1) - dignity & justice

with Josh Artus

Episode 4

Seeing 'open plan' differently

with Kerstin Sailer

Episode 3

Not fact, but truthfulness

with Gabriella Braun

Episode 2

Naked apes & workplace zoos

with Nigel Oseland

Episode 1

Just call it 'work'

with Kate Lister

Episode 14

Confidence, capability & capacity

with Perry Timms

Episode 13

Evidence vs. HiPPOs

with Rob Briner

Episode 12

Placefulness and wellworking

with Alexi Marmot

Episode 11

Post-occupancy what?!

with Jo Yarker

Episode 10

Coworking secret sauce

with Imogen Privett

Episode 9

Hobnobs and hummus

with Rebecca Seal

Episode 8

Omni-fear or meta-opportunity?

with Sam Conniff

Episode 7

LIVE! show at the Workplace Event

with Dan Pilling

Episode 6

Original hybrid material

with Susan Halford

Episode 5

The other 90%

with Harriet Shortt

Episode 4

The compadre of telework

with Jack Nilles

Episode 3

One Grey Box

with Jeremy Myerson

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Episode 2

Enabling creative communities

with Kursty Groves

Episode 1

Workplace Geeks assemble

with Mark Eltringham and Matt Tucker

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Spaces

Reimagining Workplace Research: Insights from Jeremy Myerson

We were so lucky to convince one of the OG's of workplace research, Jeremy Myerson, to join us on one of our earliest episodes. In this discussion we find out how he turned a research project that focused on getting employees to draw lines on grey boxes into an award winning paper still influencing workplace research today.

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Spaces for Innovation: Kursty Groves proposes blueprint for transformative work environments.

In our very first interview on the Workplace Geeks podcast we spoke to Kursty Groves. Speaker, fellow podcaster, and accomplished workplace strategist, we chatted about 'Space for Innovation'. A phenomenal exploration into how the spaces can get our creative juices flowing. A blend of academic research, practical experience and storytelling which gets us under the skin of innovation.

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Cracking topics open

Ian talks through our new Topics engine. A powerful way to unlock workplace insights from huge amounts of employee feedback. Combined with our Workplace Mix framework, this tool has the ability to transform how you view workplace experience in your organisation.

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