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Humanity in the Workplace
Please join our Gensler speakers for an online webinar as they share new research and insights into how workplaces and work experiences are changing. You will learn the softer side of workplace metrics, the next version of amenity solutions, and alternative approaches to measuring performance of individuals and teams.
- Better understand the “job-to-be-done” in tomorrow’s workplace
- Acquire insights into emerging planning strategies
- Discover patterns of use to assess performance
- Develop an approach to place value on amenities
CFM Core Competencies: Real Estate / Property Management and Human Factors
Meet Our Speakers:
Cindy is a strategic planner with more than 30 years in the design industry. Her diverse range of experience includes project designer for Skidmore, Owings & Merrill and ISD, Incorporated, to positions in design publishing as an editor and writer. In 2001, McGraw-Hill published her first book, the Interior Design Handbook of Professional Practice. As a strategist, Cindy’s role at Gensler is to steer effective alignment of a client’s organizational goals to a well-informed design response. Cindy’s collective experience as a designer, writer and researcher enables her to synthesize and disseminate complex information to ensure informed design solutions. Cindy holds a faculty position in the department of Architecture and Interior Architecture at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. In 2010, Cindy was named a Design Future Council Senior Fellow.
RACHELLE SCHOESSLER LYNN
Rachelle’s 25 year career has focused on corporate workplace strategy, interiors, renovations, and ground up buildings, with sustainability and the wellbeing of people and planet always top of mind. As Gensler’s Director of Workplace, Rachelle facilitates vision development, programming, and design leadership, working closely with clients to ensure business objectives, vision, and goals are present in the design solution. An active national leader in innovative, sustainable design, and solutions, Rachelle is a co-author of the Minnesota Buildings, Benchmarks, and Beyond Guidelines, and co-founder of the Minnesota USGBC chapter. She was awarded the LEED Fellow distinction in 2013, the ASID Fellow distinction in 2009, and recognized as the ASID National Designer of Distinction in 2016. Rachelle was the National Chair of the ASID Board of Directors from 2014-2015, during which she furthered the case for sustainable design through policy, research initiatives, and engagements.
Wednesday, April 1
12:00pm – 1:00pm
$20 Member / Non-member
Registration: Click here to register!
Webinar Link: Registrants will be sent the webinar link 30 minutes prior to the start of the presentation.
Written request for cancellations/refunds must be received 24 hours prior to the event. Cancellations made after the 24-hour deadline or day of the event will not be honored.