All Past Events

Date/Time Event
02/09/2021
11:00 AM - 12:30 PM
WMP 1-03: Managing Clients and Consumers WMP 1-03: Managing Clients and Consumers

Recognizing/building relationships with Business Leaders. Understanding workplace “clients” and “consumers” to drive business improvement.

02/09/2021
11:00 AM - 12:30 PM
WMP 4-03: Resource Management WMP 4-03: Resource Management

Resource management

In this session we will merge consideration of Supply Chain management and Resource Management since they are inextricably connected. In supply chain, we will be considering suppliers for the value they bring, not just the cost of their services. We are also sensitive to the fact that most suppliers know their business better than those seeking the services. We will learn how to provide service providers and suppliers with the ability to make their own recommendations on scope and process and to seek the value of their experience. With respect to resource management, we promote the idea that demand for people, services or even space is not a stable, static exercise. Things change, often without notice, and we all need to learn how to develop mitigation strategies which shave maximum consumption levels in order to provide the efficient provision of services, space and technology. We will develop thinking on the successful management of resources: measuring it, fulfilling it, providing optimum levels of supply and riding through periods of extreme demand (high and low).

02/04/2021
4:30 PM - 6:00 PM
WE HUB NYC: Tackling the Demo/ Construction Waste Conundrum Roundtable- Pt 1: Contractors WE HUB NYC: Tackling the Demo/ Construction Waste Conundrum Roundtable- Pt 1: Contractors

WE NYC HUB invites you on February 4th at 4:30PM to join the discussion as Huntsman Architectural Group and JRM Construction Management collaborate with leading subcontractors to tackle the construction waste conundrum!

01/28/2021
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
WE Hub NYC: Relationship Building - Building Trust, Rapport and Credibility

The path to strong relationships in the workplace can be uncertain but there are simple steps you can take to create a great environment and culture.

01/27/2021
11:00 AM - 12:30 PM
WE HUB So. Cal: Reshaping the Workplace • Virtual Roundtable Discussion WE HUB So. Cal: Reshaping the Workplace • Virtual Roundtable Discussion

As we close out one of the most unpredictable years on record, on January 27th, WE are hosting a virtual roundtable discussion to provide some clarity for the year ahead.

01/27/2021
12:00 PM - 1:30 PM
WE HUB Mid-Atlantic: Staying Right Side Up when Everything Seems Upside Down WE HUB Mid-Atlantic: Staying Right Side Up when Everything Seems Upside Down

Join us THIS WEDNESDAY at noon EST, to learn about strengths-based strategies and how the work environment can support (or harm) our mental health.

01/25/2021 - 03/08/2021
5:00 PM
WE Read - Virtual Book Club

Bookclub: Change Your Space, Change Your Culture, by Rex Miller. Join us for a 4-part discussion about this thought provoking book.

01/21/2021
11:00 AM
January WE:binar – Flow Theory: how, when, and why individuals, teams, and organizations get into ‘the Zone’ January WE:binar – Flow Theory: how, when, and why individuals, teams, and organizations get into ‘the Zone’

The presentation will explore a holistic perspective of states and traits which contribute to well-being, engagement, and performance at work. Outlining concepts such as grit, mindfulness, mind-wandering, and flow, Dr. Weintraub will describe how these concepts may be interconnected such that experiencing one state may facilitate or debilitate the ability to experience the others – which in turn affects the way we feel, engage, and perform in the workplace.

01/14/2021
11:00 AM - 12:30 PM
WMP 3-02: Project Management WMP 3-02: Project Management

In this lecture, participants learn to connect to the business drivers and answer the questions ‘what does success look like?’ Workplace projects range from small moves and changes involving little risk to the business, to large relocations and new builds across multiple geographic domains. The latter cases require a high degree of project management skill and experience as well as organizational capability to support and provide governance across the stakeholders involved. For large organizations the role of the project management may involve a high degree of program management and being able to cope with cultural differences as well as the political sensitivities.

01/13/2021
11:00 AM - 12:30 PM
WMP 2-02: The Human & Change WMP 2-02: The Human & Change

Explore the human dimensions of change, how the brain respond to change and a model fro managing change.

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