On the third Thursday of each month, WE hosts a stimulating webinar on a leading workplace topic. Members receive an invitation in advance and a link to recordings following the webinar.

Upcoming WE:binars

July WE:binar- Power of Place: The Difference Between Average and Outstanding

Date: Thursday, July 18, 2024
Time: 11:00 AM – 12:00 PM EST
Speaker: Kirsty Angerer, Development Director at Leesman                                                            




The rise of hybrid working shifted the way employees thought about their journeys into the office and how often they chose to be there. So, organizations increased their focus on magnetizing employees back into the workplace, by making the office as appealing an option as possible for where to work.

There can be little doubt that hybrid working is here to stay. But within the hybrid workforce lies a wide spectrum. For some, hybrid working means coming into the office once a week or less. For others, it might mean spending most days in the office. For the rest, it’s somewhere in between. And here lies the challenge. How do you ensure that regardless of how often your offices are being used, they exceed employees’ expectations and help you achieve your business objectives?

Join us to find out why you need an outstanding workplace in a hybrid working world and, when it comes to employee experience, how you can go from good to great.

Kirsty Angerer is a distinguished expert in human-centric design, recognized for her insights into the relationships between individuals and workplace environments. Over the past decade, she has collaborated on a global scale, partnering with both small and large multinational organizations to elevate well-being and boost productivity through evidence-based design and policy interventions. As Development Director at Leesman, Kirsty empowers executives to make strategic decisions through data-led insights, enabling them to proactively manage risk, embrace future-oriented practices, and harness the full potential of exceptional employee-centric workplaces. 


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