The events of 2020 have changed employee expectations for their workplace across the globe. With this series, our mission is to empower enterprise leaders to get creative and gain the confidence to make bold decisions around office design, employees’ health and wellness, remote-friendly collaboration, and technology investments to help your workplace transform.
The future of work has required bold, creative, and forward-thinking builders, and we are confident that our lineup of guests is sure to spark inspiration to your own workplace transformation journey.
We hope you enjoy these impactful conversations as much as we have.
In this episode, we’re sitting down with David Pearl, Author of “Will there be donuts” and Founder of streetwisdom.org. During our conversation, you'll hear how David has helped thousands of organizations and teams rethink the way they meet to make these work instances more successful. You’ll also hear us discuss why building relationships is vital for a team to succeed, plus the community aspect and social function that lies within each job.
In this episode, we’re sitting down with Tracy Hawkins, VP of Real Estate and Remote experience at Twitter. During our conversation, you'll hear why Tracy added remote work to her scope of work after joining Jennifer Christie and the People team, why all real estate leaders should think beyond the brick and mortar and expand the remit of what they bring to the employee experience and finally what it looks like to move a global company to asynchronous work.
In this episode, we’re sitting down with Robert Teed, ex- VP of Real Estate, Workplace and Corporate Services at ServiceNow, and now Corenet Board Member and Principal at HarnessingNext. During our conversation, you’ll hear about Robert’s decades of leadership in the workplace industry and his current advocacy for hybrid, choice and flexibility. Plus, you'll learn about how he put employees at the center of his real estate strategy to create workplaces that unleash creativity.
In this episode, we’re sitting down with Scott Hazard, VP, Global Real Estate and Workplace Journeys at Atlassian. During our conversation, you’ll hear how Scott used his retail and branding expertise to build top-notch and dynamic office environments for Atlassian. You’ll hear how iterating and evolving the office design often can make the office experience an inspiring journey for employees.
In this episode, we’re sitting down with Chris Kane, author of “Where is my office?”, previously Head of Real Estate for BBC and Walt Disney Company. During our conversation, you’ll hear how Chris shifted the general perspective about real estate and turned this expensive line item into a value creator for the BBC and Walt Disney Company. You’ll hear his biggest driver for writing the book (and the perfect timing of it) as well!
In this episode, we’re sitting down with Christopher Good, Creative Director at One Workplace. During our conversation, you’ll hear how every company can successfully make the office more valuable and a destination of choice for employees, his biggest lesson learned after experimenting with hot desking and how flexibility of choice can actually make our time together in the office more meaningful.
In this episode, we’re sitting down with Tony Vargas, the Global Head of Workplace at Sprinklr. During our conversation, you’ll hear how Tony has been able to foster authentic office culture outside of the office during Covid via a daily dose of “news”, how Sprinklr’s CEO, Ragy Thomas, thinks about the critical component of joy at work and the link between a positive office culture and company success.
In this episode, we’re sitting down with Corinne Murray, the Director of Workplace Strategy at RXR Realty. Corinne describes how landlords can use data to innovate and make their buildings more appealing to tenants, how space innovation will drive engagement and new behaviors, and why some landlords are still not paying attention to it.
In this episode, we’re sitting down with Phil Kirschner, the prolific independent consultant behind PK Consulting building the future of work for the most-forward thinking companies. You’ll hear Phil describe how to proactively build a responsive real estate portfolio by leveraging data and how that fosters employees’ productivity and a company’s long-term profitability.
In this episode, we’re sitting down with Eric Kerr, the Workplace Planning Program Manager at DoorDash and host of A Holistic Workplace Experience podcast. Join us for a discussion on the evolution of the workplace, how responsibilities for employee experience designers have expanded, and the critical need to build a supportive and neurodiverse work environment.
In this episode, Darren Graver, Office Expansion Lead at TransferWise, joins us to discuss office design innovation, different sources of inspiration (spoiler alert: soccer stadiums among others) the role of FOMO and technology, the need to create a community within the organization, and the fluidity required to continue improving, measuring and evolving alongside employees’ needs.