Recognising the Unsung Heroes of the Workplace – The Human Experience Tuesday, 22 September 2020 from 12:15 PM – 1:00 PM

Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic there is has been a remarkable level of appreciation shown globally for healthcare professionals and other essential workers. This includes the workplace and facilities management professionals who kept buildings open, clean, and safe. The importance of these essential workers to society and the economy cannot be overstated. This thought-provoking discussion will examine different approaches how organisations recognise these employees. Are the delivery of workplace experience services a strategic enabler of the corporate workplace model or as a commodity to be procured at the lowest possible rate? The session will be a unique opportunity to consider the human aspects of how workplace and facilities management services and talent is procured and managed by corporates and service providers. Join us to recognise and thank the unsung heroes.

Key Takeaways:

  • Evaluate how are we supporting and recognizing people at all levels in the workplace value chain.

  • Consider the lessons from Covid-19 crisis to ensure the safety and security of people is paramount to the CRE agenda.

  • Rethink how we support, develop, recognise, reward and celebrate the unsung heroes of the workplace.

  • Speakers

    Portrait photo of Michael Davidson Michael Davidson
    Head of Global Corporate Real Estate, JPMorgan Chase
    Portrait photo of Andrew  Hallissey Andrew Hallissey
    Executive MD - EMEA Occupier Services, Colliers International Corporate Solutions Limited
    Portrait photo of Rakesh Kishan Rakesh Kishan
    Managing Principal, Trascent Management Consulting, LLC.
    Portrait photo of Sylvia Metayer Sylvia Metayer
    Chief Growth Officer, Sodexo
    Portrait photo of Darryl Prince Darryl Prince
    Regional People & Culture Director APAC, ISS Asia Pacific Pte Ltd.
    Portrait photo of Daaf Serné, SLCR Daaf Serné, SLCR
    Director, Real Estate & Workplace Services, Miro


    Diversity Equity and Inclusion, Service Delivery, Workplace Culture