IFMA’s Workplace Management Program is like getting a Ph.D. in Workplace. Join the live session at WWP in Phoenix on 10-15.
The on-site Workshop will leverage the power of the group and will use a team approach. Participants will review the content from the three preparatory live Webinars, participate in dialogue and apply the learning as we explore relevant case studies. The course is designed to help future workplace managers develop the skills necessary to optimize the value of the workplace and effectively manage the organization.
The Workplace Management Program (WMP) is comprised of four modules, each of which includes three live Webinars and one on-site Workshop. The first workshop will take place at WWP in Phoenix on October 15, 2019.
The completion of all Modules and final Workshop will lead to a certificate of completion in Workplace Management.
This is the first certificate of completion program in our industry! Space is limited (prerequisites may be required). Sign up now: https://we.ifma.org/wmp-module-1/
Join Workplace Evolutionaries for a full track of educational and case study presentations at IFMA’s World Workplace, Oct. 15 to 18, 2019
Registration is open for World Workplace Phoenix!
Workplace Evolutionaries will have its own track of fabulous educational sessions at World Workplace this year (Oct 15 to 18th, Phoenix AZ). It will include 15 dynamic session and case studies. Click here to download the WE Track Event Flyer!
Don't miss out on the WE Sip happy hour Tuesday 10/15 from 4:30-6PM (sponsored by Proxyclick) and the WE Tour & Social on 10/17 (sponsored by Gensler and CBRE). Reservations are required - click on the link to reserve your spot.
Neurodiversity, is an umbrella term for people who aren’t neurotypical, and includes such conditions as autism spectrum disorder (ASD), attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), dyslexia, and others. HOK’s comprehensive report shows how businesses can design for inclusion of this portion of the workforce.
Fifteen to twenty percent of people have conditions that mean, to borrow a phrase from Apple, they “think different.” They represent a hugely under-utilized portion of the workforce.
Designing workspaces that are more inclusive of their diversity can help them perform better. A buzzing florescent light can be annoying for some but debilitating for others.
The report offers practical takeaways including specific design strategies, operational changes, and individual adjustments that can help not only this underutilized source of talent thrive, but benefit the rest of your workforce in the process.
WE Hubs are cropping up all over the world. Find one near you!
9/18 from 7:30 AM to 9:30 AM
WE HUB Southeast Wisconsin Presents: Blending WELLNESS with ZERO; Inspiring efficient people within environmentally invisible buildings
Saint Kate – The Arts Hotel, Milwaukee WI
Expert Dave Hubka will be sharing his expertise on balancing human health with sustainability.
November 12 from 7:30 AM to 1:30 PM
WE Hub Mid-Atlantic Summit: Debunking Workplace Myths
Spire, East Vista/VUE Space, Washington D.C DC
The Mid-Atlantic WE Hub can help you debunk some of the most common myths out there. Join us for a half-day Summit that will give you the answers you seek. Based on constituent polling we have selected three current myths. Our subject matter experts will discuss how those myths started, why they’re perpetuated, and what the real story is.