Happy Healthy Offices Sydney – what’s the real story?
4 CPD points confirmed from GBCA
Wednesday 15 May 2019
8.30am – 1pm
Corrs Chambers Westgarth offices
Level 17, 8 Chifley, 8/12 Chifley Square, Sydney NSW 2000
We’ve had hot desking, activity based working and co-working.
They don’t always work as intended.
Now there’s a new wave of thinking on how to reshape our offices. There’s biophilia, wellness and ever encroaching technology, including personal sensors that will our monitor happiness and stress levels through physical signals such as heart rate or skin reactions.
How will this go?
If you want to stay ahead of the curve you need to be at the Happy Healthy Offices event.
You’ll hear what the best minds in the industry say as we place them under the piercing spotlight of The Fifth Estate.
Who should attend?
Corporate asset managers, architects and workplace strategists, engineers and sustainability consultants, tenant advisors, government property agencies, FM managers, and investors
What you’ll learn
Insights from the brightest minds in office design, sustainability, biophilia, wellness, user experience, technology, leading investors
A great networking opportunity
MC Ben Peacock, Republic of Everyone
Kellie Payne, director, Bates Smart
Adam Garnys, principal consultant strategy, CETEC
Craig Rodgers, innovation lead, office, Charter Hall
Tica Hessing, human geographer and tenant advisor, Cushman & Wakefield
Tone Wheeler, director, principal, Environa
Anthony Marklund, ESD principal, Floth
Marcus Hanlon, executive general manager, property operations and service strategy, ISPT
Liam Timms, fund manager International Towers, Lendlease
Bruce Duyshart, director, Meld Strategies
Paul Edwards, general manager, workplace experiences, Mirvac
$155 + GST
Early bird $115 + GST
Members and Greenlisters $75 + GST (less than half price!)
email firstname.lastname@example.org for our discount code
Spaces (really) are limited – (we usually end up with a waiting list!)
|8.30am||Arrival, registration and wake-up coffee|
|MC Ben Peacock – The Republic of Everyone|
|9.10am||Smart Country, Dumb Nation|
|How is it that Australia invents some of the best things in the world – the best photovoltaics, Bluetooth, great ideas and thinking on sustainability – but we don’t make them into industries? A provocation and quick look at how we got here.|
|Tone Wheeler – director, principal, Environa Studio|
|9.35am||Technology – Fast track to the future|
|The human/office/building interaction/integration. How far does it go? We’ve got emotional tech that can track our moods and send them to software; we’ve got AI, but where are the human rights? Do we need them? How does tech enable the rise of the “place creation”, flexible work spaces, better personal comfort and concepts such as the “third space” and profit for purpose? Are we excited, or a bit scared?|
|Tica Hessing, human geographer and tenant adviser, Cushman & Wakefield|
|Craig Rodgers, innovation lead, office, Charter Hall|
|Bruce Duyshart, director, Meld Strategies|
|10.15am||How to design for community and trust|
|How to design for social and psychological health. The deeply human side of what we are doing with offices – where it’s easier to connect with your colleagues at work than your neighbours at home.|
|Kellie Payne, director, Bates Smart|
|All speakers so far, and the audience join together for “A challenge in the round”|
|Grab a coffee, do the fastest networking you’ve ever done and return to your seat.|
|11.15am||WELLness and ghost busting – encouraging a healthy work environment while eliminating the silent things that make you ill|
|How the rating tools and benchmarks seek and destroy the seething lurking things in air and water. Where they’re winning and those who get away.|
|Adam Garnys, principal consultant strategy, CETEC|
|Anthony Marklund, ESD principal, Floth|
|Join your fellow audience members to challenge Adam and Anthony.|
|12.00pm||Investor Inquisition – Where the investors are putting their money and why|
|Marcus Hanlon, executive general manager, property operations and service strategy, ISPT|
|Paul Edwards, general manager, workplace experience, Mirvac|
|Liam Timms, fund manager International Towers, Lendlease|
|Use your questions to probe the investors more deeply.|
|Ben Peacock – The Republic of Everyone|
|1.00pm||END – take your clients and guests out for lunch somewhere nice|