R1,500.00 R1,250.00

Workshop Date: 5 & 6 November

2 Days

5 Expert Speakers


2020 has interrupted our daily lives suddenly and at a global scale, the likes of which the world has not experienced before. Our connected and digital world has allowed many individuals and businesses to continue doing business and socialize, albeit from behind a screen. The economic and social impacts have been immense and we are still navigating our way through the challenges that have arisen.

While much may still be uncertain, we know that we need to keep various aspects of our lives functioning to the best of our ability, both personal and work, while reducing risks wherever possible. The world of work has had to adapt quickly, with many whose type of work enables them now to work from home. Blended approaches to working were already commonplace before 2020, with many companies using flexible office solutions, hot desking, and remote working models. This meant much of the required infrastructure and operational ability were in place for a significant shift to almost pure WFH activity for employees.

The question now arises as to how the physical office environment will be utilised, and how much will return to business as usual, as well as what needs to change, as many large organisations begin the process of return to work. This workshop aims to answer this bigger question by looking at it from various angles. Our expert speakers come from design & architect, workplace strategy & facilities management, academia and corporate property advisory backgrounds.

We look forward to unpacking this fascinating topic by considering workplace strategy, design and management, as well as the psychological consideration of workers returning to the office.