Are you a social entrepreneur who is always digitally switched on? Do you feel that digital technologies have blurred the lines between work and play? Join our Professor Gillian Symon and colleagues at the *Work, Life, Social Enterprise: Where’s the Boundary?* event on 25th January 2017. You will have the opportunity to meet other social entrepreneurs, policy makers and social enterprise support organisations for an afternoon exploring the challenges but also co-create the practical solutions and support for having work-life balance in this digital age.
Professor Gillian Symon Chair of Organisation Studies @RHULManagement is part of a collaborative research group investigating the impact of digital communications on work-life boundaries. The *Digital Brain Switch Project* is interdisciplinary and funded by EPSRC. It involves Royal Holloway, University of London, Lancaster University, Open University and the University of Kent. Social entrepreneurs were one of the main groups taking part in the study. #MgMNTResearch
Register here for this *free* event:
Date: Wednesday 25 January 2017
Time: 13:00 – 17:00
Location: Health Foundry, Canterbury House, 1 Royal Street, London, SE1 7LL