#WeGotThisWA Series: Reimagining Your Office Space

#WeGotThisWA Series: Reimagining Your Office Space

  • Date(s): Wed, Jun 23, 2021
  • Time(s): 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM
  • Location: Webinar
  • Members: Free, registration is required
  • Non-Members: Free, registration is required
  • Additional Information: This event will include live closed captioning via Zoom. To request an accommodation or for inquiries about accessibility, please contact Leigh at leighj@seattlechamber.com
  • Questions: Contact Terrence Woodson at 206-389-7247


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*A recording of this event can be found at this link.

As you plan for a return to office post-COVID, are you taking the opportunity to envision what your workplace could be, instead of just what it was? Join us to hear how you can build a space to help your employees thrive and work in ways that connect and delight them, and reconnect them to your company culture.

Kathleen Selke, founder of WorkBetter Lab, will take you on a virtual tour of this Seattle pop-up that is a hub of ideas for creating a beautiful, safe, flexible space that's everything your team needs and wants the office to be.  She'll be joined by additional speakers who will share more about the role furniture design and technology play in reimaging your office space.

Speakers:

  • Kathleen Selke
    Founder
    WorkBetter Lab

  • Brandon Peters
    Regional Vice President,
    Pacific Northwest

    Steelcase

  • Nyles Scott
    Director, Commercial Environments
    OpenSquare



  • Rachel Wilcox
    Director, Americas West
    Steelcase


About the #WeGotThisWA Series
We’re here to help navigate the questions that employers and employees have during the Coronavirus pandemic. The #WeGotThisWA Series is designed to provide timely and accurate information and resources to our members.

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