Virtual Learning: Living in the New World: A conversation about people, process, and place
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6/11/2020
When: 6/11/2020
12:00 PM- 1:00 PM
Where: Virtual Learning Event
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Virtual Learning: Living in the New World: A conversation about people, process, and place in a post-pandemic work environment


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Event Overview:
The presentation is a culmination of research gathered over the last two months from resources across the globe. The findings provide an in-depth look at the realities and requirements for readiness as people return to the workplace. The focus on the conversation is on how to best enable people to thrive and do their best work during this time of uncertainly. Preparedness and a thoughtful approach to the science of physical and psychological safety are at the forefront of the learning opportunity provided in the presentation.


Our learning objectives for the event will be:

Consider top objectives for re-entry into the workplace and learn what returning to the office looks like across the globe and closer to home.
Understand the importance of using a science-based approach when responding to a pandemic.
Examine design considerations for the new workplace.

This program has been submitted for SHRM and HRCI recertification credit hour.

Event Information:
June 11, 2020
Program 12:00-1:00 PM

Where:
Virtual Event- webinar link is provided in registration confirmation email

Cost:
Free to everyone

Speaker Information:
Jesse Garcia
Jesse leads workplace consulting services for customers across North America. He is responsibility for helping clients envision their future and optimize space based on business priorities and data-driven metrics. He delivers the entire Workplace Performances Services research-based offering which includes: Visioning, Workplace Evaluation, Space Utilization, and Change Management.

Jesse is also a knowledge leader at Herman Miller, bringing relevant insights to our customers and designer partners. His research interests include: the rise of women in degree programs in the US and how this may impact the future of work; employee engagement as it relates to physical environment; constructs around productivity and performance in the workplace, and the strategic role of change management as a pathway to success.

Jesse joined Herman Miller in 2007 managing the Customer Experience in North Texas. He evaluated the sales engagement process by using his professional and academic background to share insights in a manner that created opportunities for clients to learn and explore. Prior to joining Herman Miller, Jess was a corporate marketer for Aetna and Foresters Financial.


 

 

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