Date: 26 April 2022 | 12:00-13:00 BST
What does it mean to be human?
What does it mean to be a human at work?
The answer to these questions should not be dissimilar – to have a purpose, to connect and to feel. And yet organisational cultures still do not embrace people bringing their whole selves to work. If we are not showing up, not bringing our whole awesome selves, we are not thriving; we are hiding.
The workplace and leadership are the root causes and fuel of so many societal issues – from wellbeing, the economy, inequality, and the climate.
Following a year of an international and large-scale remote working experiment, not many would argue against work not being somewhere we go but being what we do and the why we do it.
The Human-Centric Workplace is about highlighting that we can do better, and we must do better. There are numerous ideas and theories about how and why people are what make organisations thrive (or expire) and yet we still fail to ensure organisations are human-centric.
This all starts with leadership as you will find out in this exclusive AMBA members’ webinar.
With 15 years of experience working within Workplace and Facilities Management, an MBA and a multitude of industry qualifications, Simone Fenton-Jarvis has shaped and nurtured her passion for human-centric workplaces.
Simone is a fellow of Institute of Workplace and Facilities Management (IWFM), the Chair of the IWFM Workspace Special Interest Group, she sits on the editorial committee for Facilitate Magazine and Facilities Management Journal and mentors several people.
Simone is the author of, The Human-Centric Workplace, an active speaker and blogger in key areas including human-centric workplaces, mental health, leadership, culture, technology, ways of working, and diversity and Inclusion.
Focusing on employee experience, organizational performance, data gathering, change management and business improvement in relation to culture, space, process and technology, Simone wakes up every day on a mission to drive a world where organisations become the vehicle for people and societies to thrive, resulting in us all leaving the planet a better place than when we arrived.