As we continue to seek out new ways to get work done in our ever-evolving work from anywhere world, we’re breaking the boundaries of flexibility and putting our resolve to the test every day. We have more choices now in where and how we work than ever before, thanks to our experiences, creativity, and innovation. In this special panel presentation John Scott, Adam Markel, Eric Termuende, and moderator Marta Wassenaar share their thoughts on the power of nature to boost well-being, leveraging uncertainty to build resilience, and how consistently making small improvements can help us create the greatest places to work in 2023 and beyond.
Experience something out of the box. During the week of Orgatec, we will present a unique installation at Hafen 12 – our location near the Rhine river.
We will be present with our Haworth Collection partner Cassina – introducing the Cassina Pro Collection. Further brands will also participate – Cappellini, Boss Design and Mikomax.
Global Client Strategist and Senior Economic Advisor for CBRE Spencer Levy discusses his views on the state of commercial real estate and the outlook moving forward. Find out what the biggest economic challenge of the next decade will be, as Spencer shares his insights on inflation, market fundamentals, capital markets, construction, and key strategies for investors and occupiers.
Where do we find our most optimal “work selves” in a work from anywhere world? How do we maximize trust, potential, satisfaction, and productivity when nearly everything we know about work has shifted, flexed, and morphed—and continues to change? Do comfort, culture, and happiness still matter, even if they look slightly different than we might remember? Join IIDA CEO Cheryl Durst for a discussion about a few things that have changed us, changed the workplace, and a few more things that are essential and enduring about the workplace experience.
As the Federal Reserve raises rates, fears of a recession are taking hold on businesses and individuals, alike. Yet an economic slowdown may be the only answer to rising inflation and supply chain backups. Gain insights from former CNBC Chief Economist Dr. Marci Rossell, as she guides us through the perilous waters of the 2022 economy.
The human body craves a connection to nature and all the health-infusing, mood-boosting benefits it offers. Unfortunately, most people live the bulk of their lives indoors. Since “the office” has become the hub of our work from anywhere world, we tend to spend a lot of our days there. John Scott of Haworth and special guests from Emeco and JANUS et Cie discuss how designing workspaces with nature in mind is a key to promoting happiness, health, and productivity. Plus, discover trends in outdoor offices and how designers have been finding clever ways to bring the outdoors in.
Resilience is the foundation for maintaining our well-being, engagement, and performance in times of stress and uncertainty. In this webinar, resilience researcher, author, and speaker Adam Markel shares tangible, impactful strategies and practices to improve our level of resilience and leverage the stress of uncertainty and change for long-term growth.
There was a time when sustainability efforts in business were seen as going above and beyond. But that’s no longer the case. Today, they are imperative for the well-being of people and our planet. Customers, investors, and jobseekers alike are taking notice, too. In this webinar, Schneider Electric’s Vice President of Global Sustainability Communications, Amy Haddon, shares the latest climate-related business trends, and what companies are doing to achieve their sustainability goals.
If there is one thing we’ve all learned in the past months, it is that the future is impossible to predict. In this engaging, and takeaway-loaded presentation, workplace expert Eric Termuende shares what years of research, stories, and insights uncover about the one-degree shifts leaders use to adapt to an ever-changing world around them and build incredible teams. Discover how the consistent application of small, incremental changes improves camaraderie, belonging, psychological safety, and engagement—to thrive in an uncertain future.