(re)imagine webinar series

COVID-19 is the biggest test that many businesses have faced in recent times. As the situation unfolds across EMEA, our webinar series looks at how companies are beginning to reimagine the future workplace.

The future of work is diverse 
2 March, 10am (UK time)

The new world of work requires diverse and innovative thinking. It involves collaboration with a wider range of people with different experiences, skills and insights in an environment, where speaking up and challenging each other is welcomed.
As the world continues to transform at an unprecedented rate, we too as business leaders must adapt. The opportunity to reimagine the future of work has never been stronger. Inclusive leadership is critical to this. This new type of leadership involves courage, flexibility and collaboration – all skills commonly displayed by female leaders. At a time when more women are shaping the future of work, why wouldn’t businesses look beyond the traditional boardroom skillset and re-evaluate what’s need to succeed tomorrow.
Watch to discover what tomorrow’s leadership looks like.

Previous webinars

JLL Perspectives for Enterprises 2021 
21 January, 10am (UK time)

Our virtual event, hosted by EMEA CEO of Corporate Solutions Mark Caskey tackled many of the big questions that we have around how the world of work is shaping up at the start of 2021. JLL experts Sue Asprey Price and Guzman de Yarza Blache joined Clare Bacchus, Global Lead, Curated Workplace Experience CRES at Barclays, Mara Cummings, Senior Vice President of Global Real Estate Planning & Development at Discovery Inc. and Gonzalo Delgado, Property Strategy Manager Europe at Vodafone to discuss themes including the impact of remote working, the changing employee experience, the growing role of technology and the new purpose of the office. 

Why HR and real estate are better together – the impact of physical spaces on employees’ health and wellbeing
10 December, 10am (UK time)

Covid-19 has jolted us into a new reality. Remote working is raising new challenges in terms of mental health, belonging and engagement. While the need for a shared physical space to drive well-being, cohesion and company culture has become obvious, shifting work and life priorities has made it more important than ever to offer the right workplace experience in the right place at the right time.
As companies reimagine the purpose of their workplace, real estate and HR leaders need to work together to ensure new employee expectations are met and health and well-being is put front and centre. Join us to find out how.

From productivity to human performance – reconnect your people with the workplace
20 October, 10am (UK time)

COVID-19 is compelling organisations to reimagine how they manage their workforces and workplaces and rethink measures like productivity.
The most advanced companies don’t obsess over output levels alone. They excel at designing workplaces that enable employees to perform at the best of their abilities in a positive environment that promotes creative thinking and encourages collaboration and interaction. Learn about our latest report on Human Performance and how innovative data-driven approaches can support the performance, health and wellbeing of your workforce.

Diverse, agile and resilient – reposition your portfolio for the Next Normal
29 September, 10am (UK time)

With home working now mainstream, many organisations need to reimagine their portfolio strategy. All signs point towards a new corporate real estate model that incorporates different office sizes, locations and remote working depending on their unique needs.
Learn how we can help you to rationalise and future-proof your portfolios, mitigate risks amid ongoing business uncertainty and create workplaces that scale with growth.

How can your business thrive in the Next Normal?

From adding flexibility and resilience to your portfolio to re-designing your workplaces, our (re)imagine solution can help

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