On the third Thursday of each month, Megan Campbell and Emily Dunn hosts a stimulating webinar on a leading workplace topics. Members receive an invitation in advance and a link to recordings following the webinar.

Upcoming Webinars

June WE:binar – Taking On Climate Change: Lessons Learned from Conversations with Workplace Leaders & How You Can Make A Difference

Date: Thursday, June 18, 2020
Time: 11:00 AM – 12:00 PM EDT
Hosted by Megan Campbell and Emily Dunn


Lisa Whited will be sharing her findings from an engagement with Leaders in Amsterdam that is all part of a mission to encourage those in our industry to take active steps to engage with Climate Change.

At the World Workplace summit in 2019 in Phoenix, and at World Workplace Europe 2020 in April, Lisa Whited and Chris Hood offered an overview of the shifting dynamics around us and, in particular, the increasing concern across the globe with regard to Climate Change. Building upon these conversations, in this session Lisa is asking attendees to dive deeper. This is part of our mission to encourage those in our industry to take active steps to engage with Climate Change. We know that many professionals have innovative ideas. We are equipping them with a way to identify and explore these ideas in their own organizations so they can inspire others to make a difference.

“Please have your mobile phones available for the session as we will be using Mentimeter. You will enter www.menti.com in your browser and add the code 68 42 15.”


Lisa Whited, Senior Associate, Advanced Workplace Associates

Lisa has a passion for improving workplaces and processes. She is a change management consultant and workplace strategist who is driven to make a dent in the abysmal Gallup statistic that 70% of people are disengaged at work. Lisa works with leaders who want to make positive change for their people and for the planet.Lisa’s work focuses on ensuring all voices are heard in a change process. Read More

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