It’s a big question the corporate leaders need to answer as they plan a post-pandemic return.
Louisville-based architecture firm Luckett & Farley is launching a free virtual event series to help.
“Now is a perfect time to rethink how offices can support the priorities of an organization,” said Boz Lindgren, Market Director of Luckett & Farley’s Corporate Commercial and Hospitality Design Studio. “There is no one-size-fits-all solution. We designed these events to explore how offices can benefit business and question long-held assumptions about how work is done.”
New Event Series for Corporate Decision Makers
The COVID-19 pandemic pushed companies to adopt new ways of working. Decision-makers can capitalize on this opportunity to reimagine work and workspaces to benefit their business.
Each of Luckett & Farley’s panel discussions will feature experts in office design, corporate culture, economic development, and innovation to address the challenges corporate leaders face about the future of work. The first discussion, “Defining the Post-Pandemic Workspace,” will be held Thursday, May 6 at noon.
Discussion on how to plan for the future of work based on how people work, where employees want to work and the impacts of office environments on culture and engagement. Panelists include Douglas Edwards, Senior Vice President of Workplace Experience at Humana; Brian Zuercher, CEO at Hopewell; Anthony Ellis, General Counsel at Kentucky Cabinet for Economic Development; Lejla Bilal, Co-Founder at Transform·Ed Collective; and Boz Lindgren, Market Director for the Corporate Commercial and Hospitality Design Studio at Luckett & Farley.
Part 2: Creating Offices that Benefit Employees and Build Your Business
Time, date and panelists to be announced
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Building Kentucky recently spoke with Luckett & Farley’s Luke Kinne about post-pandemic office readiness including five smart questions to ask about the function and design of your work environment. Read the article.
Our web poll showed that the #1 amenity employees want post-pandemic is access to natural light and outdoor spaces.