Building a Regenerative Workplace: Restoring Employee Wellbeing to Achieve Performance Excellence Wednesday, 2 November 2022 from 3:45 PM – 4:45 PM

W-183 B (Level 1)
Streaming Location
Workplace Learning Theater
Session Type
Learning Experience

Office workers around the world welcomed the newfound flexibility of remote work and an opportunity to spend more time with their families during the pandemic. However, for many, the adoption of homeworking has led to increased feelings of isolation, stress and anxiety. They have struggled to establish healthy balance between professional and personal lives, spurring new workforce expectations about how and where work gets done – and the role that organizations play in supporting wellbeing. As organizations plan their transition to a post-pandemic future, it is a "chance of a lifetime" opportunity for employers to create a new regenerative workplace. The most forward-thinking companies will shape a workplace strategy that puts people at the center and genuinely takes care of their health and wellbeing to achieve sustainable performance.

Key Takeaways:

  • Understand new workforce expectations and outline what leaders and managers must do differently to support the whole person.

  • Learn about the evolution of the workplace and begin to apply elements of wellbeing no matter where employees work.

  • Take steps to collaborate with HR and other teams to transform culture and policy to achieve a regenerative workplace.


Portrait photo of Peter Miscovich Peter Miscovich
JLL Consulting, Executive Managing Director, JLL
Portrait photo of Daniel Poulin Daniel Poulin
Product Lead, Experience Services, Wellbeing, JLL
Portrait photo of Lisette Smyrnios Lisette Smyrnios
Managing Director – Corporate Services & Sustainability, Global Workplace Lead, Accenture


Corporate Real Estate, Wellness, Workplace

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