When: 4pm – 7pm on 13 March 2018
Where: Willis Towers Watson Client Center – 200 Liberty Street, New York, NY
An intensive Workplace PIN workshop for leaders in Real Estate, FM, Workplace, HR & IT (occupiers only) who want to take an advanced approach to the creation and management of the modern workplace.
This complimentary ‘Occupiers-Only’ session will address the strategic and tactical aspects of workplace strategy, its challenges and critical success factors, as represented by the global implementation of New Ways To Work at Willis Towers Watson.
A facilitated discussion will follow in which guests are invited to share perspectives on
- Why workplace strategy means so many things to so many people?
- What is the process and how do you make time for it?
- What are its risks and rewards?
And because risk-taking comes with the expectation of reward, AWA will preview their Project Performance Program, a tool for evaluating real-time data that measures not only current success, but the ongoing performance of workplace strategy within your own organization.
The session will be followed by cocktails and a tour of New Ways To Work at Willis Towers Watson.
One of the UK’s leading thinkers on the evolution of work and the workplace. Since founding AWA nearly 25 years ago, Andrew has worked at strategic level with many organisations including Merrill Lynch, RBS, Network Rail, Santander, Unicef UK, Welcome Break, Willis Towers Watson and BFI. Andrew has also been closely involved in the Workplace PIN since its inception and has directed a number of research projects on knowledge worker productivity, managing the agile workforce and cognitive fitness.
Will Monaghan, Head of Global Real Estate & Project Delivery, Willis Towers Watson
Will is the global lead for Corporate Real Estate at Willis Towers Watson and a part of the Real Estate and Workplace Solutions (RE&WS) leadership team. His team is responsible for all real estate strategy, transactions, design, and construction across all Willis Towers Watson corporate offices.
Will held various positions in the Willis Group’s global real estate department, based in London, prior to this. He has over 14 years experience in domestic and international markets, focusing on real estate strategy, transactions, portfolio optimization, project delivery, workplace change & transformation, programme management, and major cost-saving initiatives.
At AWA Marita Schardt helps clients develop holistic solutions that integrate people, work processes, technology, and place. Marita works directly with senior management by helping them make (and communicate) better decisions about how they support their people, position their businesses and impact performance. Marita holds a Bachelor of Science in Design from the University of Cincinnati’s School of Design, Architecture and Planning.
Fran is a skilled facilitator and communicator with a background in corporate design and workplace management, Fran has worked with front line and senior management of Fortune 500 companies including Credit Suisse, Lehman Brothers, Nortel Networks, General Electric and Raytheon, in the US and abroad. Fran holds a BA in Speech from The Catholic University of America in Washington D.C. and a degree in Interior Design from Parsons in New York. She has published numerous articles and papers on a variety of workplace topics, and currently sits on the Strategy and Portfolio Planning Committee of CoreNet Global’s New York Chapter.
If you would like to attend the workshop as our guest and learn more about the evolution to true workplace management, please get in touch with Marita Schardt at firstname.lastname@example.org or complete the form below.
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