What could Post-Covid workplaces look like?
The COVID-19 crisis changed life and work as we know it. Economies shifted and entire industries have had to navigate rapid change and uncertainty. Leaders everywhere are continuing to make big decisions on where and how to work, and what returning to the workplace may look like. Some companies are curious about how the workplace will change as a result, some are eager to take action, and many are hesitating.
A “Post-Covid Office Global Leader” study has been done that summarizes the expectations of leaders around the world and how their organizations will return to work. The overwhelming majority believe that their workplace strategy needs to change, and many are looking to a hybrid approach.
And hybrid is hard!
Regardless of their approach, each of these companies represent an opportunity. Customers need guidance and are asking for help. There is a unique chance to present a clear vision for making the workplace better – one people want to return to. There’s a path forward… a way to Work Better.
Speaker: Robin Rosebrugh, Architecture and Design Manager at Steelcase
Robin had worked as a designer in commercial and residential interior and wayfinding design since 2011. Her role as an architecture and design manager with Steelcase allows her to share her passions of both design and research with the architectural and design community. With her diverse background, she can communicate both creative ideas and the evidence-based science that supports them.
-Bachelor of Science (UBC)
-NSERC grant to study neurodegenerative diseases
-Interior Design Diploma Program (BCIT)
-Sustainable Building Advisor (CaGBC)
-Organizational Psychology (Master’s Degree in Progress)
When: Wednesday July 14th, 6 -8pm
Where: Online (Eventbrite registration is required to receive a Zoom link and directions to join this event, link will be sent on the day of the event)
Ticket Fee: $5
*The presentation will be recorded through Zoom
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