Employee experience, shaped by organizational culture, is by far the most significant determinant of employee performance and innovation. Making the employee experience one of your top workplace priorities is the most effective way to improve your organizational performance. Social engagement and employee experience nurture innovation, attract and retain talent, and support the health and well-being of employees. Mamie Harvey and Rochelle Maresh will identify new workspace strategies that integrate the human needs of employees, technological tools, and how internal social networks drive organizational success. They will examine recent design research and technological innovations, and how these are informing workplace planning, innovation, and changing organizational culture. They will share how the interdependence of the physical and virtual work environments facilitate collaboration and discovery.
MEET THE SPEAKERS:
Mamie Harvey, AIA, LEED AP BD+C, Principal, AlliianceMamie Harvey is a principal and architect and has served as lead designer on numerous projects for both higher education and corporate clients. experienced architect and skillful practitioner of thoughtful planning and inspired design, Mamie works closely with clients to articulate and deliver a thorough project vision. She brings expertise in creating early design cohesion through a strategic workplace programming / planning process, leads the design efforts, and continues to oversee further development and implementation of the design throughout the construction process. In 2014, Mamie received an AIA Minnesota Young Architects Award.
Rochelle Maresh, CID, LEED AP, Workplace Strategist, AlliianceAs a workplace strategist, designer, and project leader, Rochelle Maresh thrives on working closely with clients to advance business goals, foster employee engagement, stimulate innovation, and promote organizational wellness. Her research and planning recognize the diversity of work styles that both accelerate client innovation and inspire customer confidence. Rochelle served on the IIDA Northland Board and as past President, as well as participates on professional advisory board at the University of Wisconsin-Stout. She has guest lectured at local universities and conferences including IIDA Northland Minnecon, USGBC IMPACT, and IFMA Minneapolis/St. Paul Chapter.
Date: Tuesday, August 25th
Pricing: $20 Member / $30 Non-member
Registration: Click here to register!
The webinar link will be shared with all registrants one hour prior to the presentation.
We continue to answer YOUR BURNING QUESTIONS with this week’s focus on HVAC. Our Gold Chapter Sponsor – Harris – will be on the call to help answer your questions about HVAC solutions/ideas/changes due to Covid-19.
Thank you, Harris!
Please email Rhonda.Small@rsparch.com any questions you would like to see at the next Roundtable.
Date: Thursday, September 10th
Time: 12:00 – 12:30 p.m.
Where: Zoom (please see link below)
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Top 10 Questions & Answers with the Experts – Efficient Lighting & Environmental Waste Solutions. Members who join will be put in a drawing to win a free YETI Coffee Rambler!
Learn how to: identify different types of regulated wastes, how to store them and properly dispose of them, and who can help; in addition to learning about the importance of a properly executed lighting audit and energy study to help identify problem areas in your building. We’ll discuss how to save money, the resources available to help fund a large part of your project, and the important aspect of the design process (avoid design flaws, change orders and overdue installations). In addition to all this, we’ll briefly review the different types of retrofit solutions that are available for specific areas – catering to a gamut of needs throughout the building.
Why tune into a webinar that will discuss two different topics? What does Environmental Waste and Efficient Lighting Design & Install have in common? The Answer: both have an impact on how we look to the future in a sustainable way. One relies on the other to provide a safe and successful environment. Our Experts, Our Experience, and the Resources we will share with you will be something you don’t want to miss!
Friday, September 25, 2020
10:00 a.m. CST
This webinar is free to attend but registration is required! Click here to register!
The webinar link will be shared with all registrants the afternoon of September 24.
Tuesday, September 29
9:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
Legends Golf Course, Prior Lake
Please contact MacKenzie McCullum or call the IFMA office at 952-564-3052.
Click here to access the chapter’s COVID-19 Preparedness Plan.