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The multi-disciplinary panel discussion tackled the topic of belonging in the workplace and how, in the wake of the pandemic, we are more aware than ever of the different needs at play in organisations.
They argued that this is a golden opportunity for a workplace reset and explored what stands in the way of making everyone feel like they belong.
Exploring what a more multifaceted approach, including workplace design, might look like, the three experts discussed and offered practical tips for HR, leadership and design professionals.
To learn more, download the key take-aways from the panel here.
Richard Bateman, inclusion & diversity author and consultant
With over 20 years’ experience as an HR Executive in global FTSE100 companies, Richard specialises in supporting leaders and their teams create thriving, resilient workplaces most recently at Rolls Royce and prior to that Astra Zeneca and Deloittes.
He published his first book in 2020; The Equality, Diversity and Inclusion Playbook.
Dr Mike O’Neill, author and founder of HumanSpace
Dr. Mike is an author and strategist who specialises in how to use workplace design to reduce stress and improve workforce performance. He founded HumanSpace to help businesses identify the workplace capabilities that are most important to employee wellbeing using AI including healthy buildings.
Dr Mike is also a co-author of The Healthy Workplace Nudge.
Priya Manoharan, architect, research analyst and designer at Haworth
Priya is an architect specialising in translating organization needs, cultures and business visions into a tangible strategy. With a pragmatic approach, she helps organisations use design to drive belonging in the workplace.
This webinar was the latest in a series of insights-driven reports and webinars created and hosted by Tarkett. This includes Waste and the Circular Economy, Wellbeing & Indoor Air Quality, the Neurodiverse Workplace and the Essential Office.
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