All Past Events

Date/Time Event
10/13/2020 - 10/15/2020
WMP 2 Workshop: Art and Science of Change WMP 2 Workshop: Art and Science of Change

In the Module 2 lectures we have provided the theory, tools and understandings to design and deliver a Change Program. In this workshop, we will use a case exercise based on a real situation to consolidate learnings. Participants will work in teams to define the change needed, build a Change Program and deliver the program to satisfy the Board of Directors.


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11:00am – 01:00pm EDT
11:00am – 12:00pm EDT
11:00am – 01:00pm EDT

11:50 AM - 2:50 PM

WE Hub Mosh Pit offers discussions about today’s reality 

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These are the topics that are focused on – they change from week to week

The next 2 topics coming up include:

October 2, 2020, Susan Pelczynski: Offering you a Design Thinking Snack

October 9, 2020, Kay Sargent: Designing For a Neuro-divergent Office Population


If you are interested in participating – either to listen to what others share or if you have a topic you’d like to share, please reach out to David Gray or Jomal McNeal

8:00 AM
Pandemic perspectives and post-Covid world-of-work across EMEA/APAC Pandemic perspectives and post-Covid world-of-work across EMEA/APAC

During our previous WE Hub Leader meeting, we realized how much great experience and valuable perspectives there are in every country regarding the pandemic and new normal. We can inspire and learn so much from each other, and now we want to share this with you.

Welcome to join our WE Hub EMEA/APAC webinar where our leaders will share a workplace update from their respective countries with a focus on the pandemic and new normal.
• How have we worked with crisis management during the pandemic in different countries?
• What is the current status in our countries?
• And, how do we think that the post-COVID world-of-work will look like in our countries?

In this energizing webinar moderated by Kati Barklund, Global WE Hub Lead, and Martin Ruppe, EMEA/APAC WE Hub Lead, our WE Hub leaders from different hubs in EMEA/APAC will share an update from their respective countries.

11:00 AM - 12:00 PM
September WE:binar Adaptive Change for The Future of Work September WE:binar Adaptive Change for The Future of Work

Society is in upheaval. We are in the beginnings of fundamental shifts in the ways we work, live, and play. From COVID-19 to racial justice and Black Lives Matter, we are in a time of deep social transformation. Nothing will go back to how it was, but we also don’t know where we are all going to end up. We are in an in-between state, a neutral zone between old and new, where anxiety and uncertainty are the name of the game. 

This webinar presents an approach to dealing with that uncertainty when doing workplace transformation projects. This WE:binar draws on the Adaptive Change model and Veldhoen + Company’s newly released global data research project, which surveyed 29 workplace transformation projects around the world. It shows how the physical, technological, and cultural aspects of workplace transformation come together to holistically meet the emergent nature of our world now and into the future.

Presenters: Luc Kamperman & Julian Chender

10:00 AM - 11:00 AM
IFMA Experts' Assessment: The Workplace post-COVID-19

Over the summer 2020, hundreds of the world’s leading workplace experts provided their perspectives on the post-COVID-19 workplace. Join the September 9, 2020 webinar “Introduction to The Expert Assessment: The future workplace post-COVID-19” where IFMA and Nordic Foresight will present first findings from the study.

Topics covered include: Workplace strategy; Employee well-being & benefits; Technology development & the workplace; Organization & productivity in the workplace; Sustainable Development Goals & the workplace; and Facilities in demand. Sign up and get ready for the new world of work!

For all those who are unable to attend the live sessions, a recording of the webinar will automatically be shared with you.

Be sure to register

1:00 PM - 3:00 PM
Missing Pieces: The Business Case for D&I - Session 3 Missing Pieces: The Business Case for D&I - Session 3

In this session, we’ll discuss the critical components that are often missing from the business case conversation.
Please join the Mid-Atlantic & Northern California Workplace Evolutionaries (WE) Hubs for this vital 3-part series, The IDEA Series (Inclusiveness, Diversity, Equity & Action): A Pathway to Progress. This series focuses on putting the values of Inclusion, Diversity, & Equity into Action in the workplace.

2:00 PM - 3:00 PM
RICS |FM Webinar RICS |FM Webinar

RICS |FM Webinar   Americas Update: Strategic FM/CRE

Dear WE members, 

RICS is a strategic partner who has global membership and deep expertise in a broad range of activities that impact the built environment.  WE are delighted to share with you an upcoming ‘Americas Update’ panel discussion focused on the intersection of Strategic FM and CRE in the post-Covid world.

 The pandemic has put the strategic facilities management sector in the spotlight as organizations prioritize the wellness of building occupants and implement business continuity plans. What can we learn from the current crisis? What role does FM have in rebuilding better? Maureen Ehrenberg and Paul Bagust will join Neil Shah and Peter M. Smith for this interactive session.

With more than 25 years of industry experience, Maureen Ehrenberg is currently the CEO and Co-Founder of Blue Skyre BEI, a technology enabled provider of strategic real estate services for the built environment. She was most recently the Global Head of Real Estate Operations and Strategic Services for WeWork.

RICS Global Property Standards Director Paul Bagust led the authoring of RICS’s “Beyond COVID-19: Reopening of Commercial Buildings,” a guide to help building managers, commercial tenants and landlords identify and plan to mitigate risks arising from reopening a building in the wake of the pandemic.


12:15 PM - 1:00 PM
WE Hub Phoenix is Back WE Hub Phoenix is Back

Join us for this intriguing kick-off! Meet other members and amp up the value of our WE Hub by taking part in selecting topics that inspire and resonate with you, – where you are now and where you want to be in the future! Not sure what WE is? Come and learn, you won’t want to miss out!

11:00 AM - 12:00 PM
August WE:binar – WE Leader talks to Congress on remote work post-COVID-19—Insights from her testimony August WE:binar – WE Leader talks to Congress on remote work post-COVID-19—Insights from her testimony

On July 29th, the U.S. Senate Committee on Environment and Public Works held a hearing titled, “Lessons Learned from Remote Work During COVID-19: Can the Government Save Money Through Maximizing Efficient Use of Leased Space?” Workplace Evolutionary, Kate Lister, was invited to testify by the Committee Chair, Senator Barrasso. In this special webinar, WE Leader, Pat Turnbull will interview Kate about the experience, what it may mean to the future of government office space, the implications for the private sector, and what WE can do to help steer the conversation about the future of work in government and beyond.

Interviewer: Pat Turnbull

Pat Turnbull founded Workplace-IQX in recognition of her passion for strategic, organizational, and workplace design as important drivers in shaping corporate culture, amplifying human performance, and accelerating enterprise success. WP-IQX helps businesses link vision, strategy, and workplace (physical & virtual) in order to deliver exceptional user experiences (UX) and enhance business results. Read More…


Presenter: Kate Lister

Kate Lister is president of Global Workplace Analytics, a research-based consulting firm that has been helping employers optimize the employer, employee, and environmental outcomes of remote work for more than a decade. In July of 2020, Kate was one of only three witnesses invited to testify before a U.S. Senate committee on the expansion of telework in government post-COVID-19. Read more…

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100 Level: Geared towards new or emerging professionals with less than two years of experience.
200 Level: Geared towards professionals with two to five years of experience.
300 Level: Geared towards professionals with five or more years of experience.


11:00 AM - 12:30 PM
Workplace Management Program: Module 3 Webinar 3 - Risk Management Workplace Management Program: Module 3 Webinar 3 - Risk Management

The Workplace Management Program (WMP) is comprised of four (4) modules, each of which includes three (3) live webinars and one (1) virtual workshop. In this learning, we will learn how to set up Risk Management processes and develop business continuity plans in a workplace context. 

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