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Future of Work: How to Balance Collaboration & Productivity – Breakfast
1 May @ 8:30 am - 10:00 am AEST
“We should be creating workplaces where people can perform at their best."
~ Dr Libby Sander
Join us for breakfast as we discuss the open office concept, and why, despite it being great for collaboration, the open office is KILLING productivity... And, the solution we have to increase wellness in your office space, and increase productivity.
We are having guest speaker Dr. Libby Sander, creator of The Future of Work Project, here to speak on the modern workplace, and why wellness in the workplace should be a priority for all organisations wanting to attract and retain top talent.
We will also have Marcus Rose, Habitat Soundscaping Country Manager (ANZ) from Poly (formerly Plantronics), here to discuss and demonstrate the world-first technology that is Habitat Soundscaping.
Breakfast served at 8:30 am, for a 9:00 am start.
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About Dr Libby Sander:
Libby Sander is the founder and director of the Future of Work Project, founder of Rethink, and Assistant Professor of Organisational Behaviour at Bond University. She has presented her research at the world’s leading academic conferences, published in top international journals, and written for Harvard Business Review. Libby has appeared on Channel 7’s Sunrise, ABC TV’s science program Catalyst, The Drum, for ABC, ABC News, and spoken at TEDx. She is a feature writer for The Conversation and an agenda contributor at the World Economic Forum. Libby was part of the design team where her research was applied in the design of the new workplace for ITMS at Charles Darwin University that won the Northern Territory AIA award for Interior Architecture in 2017.
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