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Emerging Trends in How to Design and Foster Irresistible Workplaces (EGYD76B)

Presented by: Stephen M. Frey
 
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Pre Recorded Webinar
60 minutes
  •  Mon, December 18, 2017
Event Description
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Get the Latest Design Insights and Best Practices to Create a Best Place to Work Mindset

Do you want to increase employee engagement and productivity but aren’t sure how to get there? Do you want to more clearly understand the key trends that influence the shaping of an irresistible organization? Are you curious about how purpose, place, and passion come together to set the stage for high performing, engaged, thriving companies? Are you wondering how to attract and retain motivated and talented team members? 

Join this session with expert speaker Stephen M. Frey for the latest design insights, and best practices to accelerate your organization’s irresistibility. By attending this session, you will start thinking differently and in a more integrative way about why aspiring to be a best place to work, and focusing on irresistibility scaled to your business, your market, and your capabilities, matters. You will learn how this mindset can transform companywide initiatives involving workplace design projects, external brand and internal culture building, lead to greater impact and setup long term performance, and success.

After attending this session, you will be able to bring back these insights and meet with other managers, executives and team members to discover and enrich your thinking about your core values, mission and purpose and how they integrate into your organizational culture.

You will discover what’s missing, and will learn to assess the steps you need to take in honing organizational and workplace design strategy. You will be able to identify key trends which must be considered in your next facility or office redesign project and how they shape your company’s irresistibility quotient and best place to work mindset.

Session Highlights

  • Learn about the key challenges at work today that are obstructing thriving cultures and high-impact performance
  • Understand why irresistibility is a helpful way to frame the discussion about purpose, place, and performance
  • Learn how this connects to best places to work thinking
  • Learn what motivates all generations at work, and how siloed generational thinking does more harm than good for aspiring organizations
  • Better understand the value of cause- and values-driven design in shaping workplace design and organizational strategies, and how this works
  • Identify key trends impacting the creation of irresistible workplace facility design and planning:
    • Cause based companies: The merging of social responsibility and social enterprise
    • Ux design for the workplace: A focus on a seamless user experience across digital, physical spaces, home offices, away spaces such as Space as a Service venues (Co-working, innovation spaces, enterprise team off-shoots)
    • Activity based working: Space as resource, the rise of agency and choice and redefinition of how, where and why work gets done, mobility options, strategies for increasing engagement, pride in place, attunement to culture, fit to purpose
    • Biophilia and wellbeing: Nature deficits, rising awareness of a holistic view of wellbeing give rise to changes in the workplace impacting design, programs, and more
  • Learn about actionable steps to take to cultivate, design, implement, and sustain irresistible organizations and work settings:
    • Assess alignments between mission, purpose, core values and place
    • Identify strengths, weaknesses and opportunities
    • Assess existing leadership, management, board governance styles, and predisposition to change
    • Assess existing operational strategies fit to purpose of current and future state work processes, relating to work within the office, mobility options, AI and employee coexistence, offshoring and more
    • Foster a shared language, framework about a desired future state of work, working, and workplace design tied to actionable strategies, business goals, mission and brand
    • Actionable strategies range from leadership development, young leaders’ programs, wellbeing program platform, adoption of hybrid alternative work strategies, intentional yet nimble workplace protocols

Who Should Attend

  • Facility managers, real estate property managers, architects, developers, leaders in financial management, human resources and administration, building owners and others
  • Personnel in specialties or job titles such as:
    • Chief executive officers (CEOs)
    • Chief financial officers (CFOs)
    • Chief marketing officers (CMOs)
    • Chief human resource officers (CHROs)
    • Directors of facility management
    • Real estate property managers
    • Real estate developers
    • Directors of human resource
    • Facility managers
    • Vice presidents
    • Owners
    • Architects
    • Facility planners
    • Senior facility planners
    • Design directors
    • Interior designers
    • Workplace strategists
    • Space planners
    • Interior architects
    • Commercial realtors
About Our Speaker(s)

Stephen M. Frey | Commercial Design  SpeakerStephen M. Frey
Steve is owner, architect, and design catalyst at Arocordis Design in Montpelier, VT. He practices high performance workplace, commercial and residential design while engaging greater community and sustainability concerns. He is building a practice notable for its values driven design process, focusing on building grea... More info

 
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