Welcome to the 2023 Reimagination at Work Conference and Awards

From Monday 25th September until Sunday 1st October, we will be hosting a virtual conference exploring the ways that the world of work is changing and how we can, together, build a future that works for everyone.

Be prepared to be challenged, inspired and compelled to take action from our range of inspirational speakers. Alongside the conference, we will be running the Reimagination At Work Awards to celebrate those who are rethinking how we work to include everyone. If there is anybody you would like to nominate, you can do so here.


Dr Charlotte Rae from the University of Sussex – How can we reimagine work with a 4 day week?

Martyn Loukes BEM Autoliv- Mainstreaming LGBT+ Diversity 

Cécile Deprez from German Aerospace Centre – From hostile to benevolent forms of sexism at work: hands-on strategies to recognise and challenge it

Simran Ahuja from Bain & Company – Beyond Boxes on a Zoom screen

Ruth Sullivan from The Carer Centre for Brighton – Beyond the ‘GRT’ Tickbox – Traveller inclusion in the anti-racist workplace. 

Marc Caulfield from Marc Caulfield Ltd – Where D&I and mental wellbeing collide

Hayley Hubble from Coach & Consult with Hayley Hubble – The Return-to-work gap – are you truly inclusive of everyone?

Megan Wellman from Watch This Sp_ce – Breaking Bias for Better Business

Paul Deemer from NHS Employers – Ch-ch-changing the dynamics

Emma Cleary from Flexibility Matters – Flexible working and how to make it work

Stephanie Prior  – How to persuade decision makers to prioritise diversity & inclusion led marketing initiatives

Bud Johnston from BARCO – Understanding anti-Black racism

Izzie Jani-Friend from Cystic Fibrosis Trust – Disability Inclusion at Work

With thanks to our Sponsors..
Plus+ AccountingFlexibility MattersBig Egg FilmsEnlighten HRUniversity of Sussex, Bird & Blend Tea and NHS Employers.


Pricing is £50 per person.

Your ticket also includes access to an online community of professionals sharing ideas, challenges and successes in building inclusive and high performing workplaces.

Plus, the event is online and on-demand, meaning you can watch from the comfort of your own home, your office, or even a coffee shop, at a time that suits you during National Inclusion Week.

If there are more than nine people in your team from the same organisation who are looking to attend, please email Megan@watchthisspace.uk and we can organise discounted rates.


All talks are subtitled, and available online and on-demand. Please contact us should you require any further assistance, or have any suggestions on how we can improve our accessibility: megan@watchthisspace.uk

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