Liberate your workforce

Creating a single strategy for your people, workplace, and technology to stay ahead

  • Time
    59 mins
  • Date
    Recorded March 12th 2015

Work is increasingly something we do, not somewhere you go. This means, for many of us, it is irrelevant where or even when we work. This on-demand event delves into how businesses are changing the very nature of the workplace.

Watch now to discover some of the key trends that are influencing organisations’ decisions to work in a different way. Learn how activity-based working can be adopted into your business to increase collaboration, encourage productivity, reduce real estate costs and foster a positive working environment.

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Speakers

Irene van der Does de Willebois
Head of Collaboration & New Business Development Veldhoen + Company

Irene is the author and publisher of the book Leading by Design, which applies psychology to the workplace in everything from design to management styles. As an executive coach and strategic designer, she leveraged the disciplines of design thinking to enable creativity and innovation within medium to large organisations. In addition to her time with Veldhoen + Company, Irene spent 20 years as an Entrepreneur and Concept Designer of her own fashion label in the Netherlands.

Gwilym Funnell
Director of Collaboration and Contact Centre Practice Telstra

Gwilym Funnell has been in the IT&T industry for over 20 years. As Director of the Collaboration Practice for Telstra, he is responsible for the advisory and delivery services for the collaboration portfolio, including contact centres. Gwilym’s role also identifies how communications solutions can help resolve challenges faced by Businesses, Enterprise and Government.

Nicole Birbas
Collaboration Manager Telstra

Since 2012, Nicole has led the Future Ways of Working program for Telstra and conducted national and international site tours, as well as collaborated across Telstra to set a vision and goal for the program. Nicole has worked in IT&T industry for over 20 years, holding roles across a number of areas – Business Analysis, Project Management, Product Management and Marketing.

Justin Cleveland (Moderator)
Virtual Events Host Telstra

Justin Cleveland is the Virtual Events Host for Telstra Business’s Managed Marketing department. He has experience in media as a radio and television personality, coordinating media relations for a legislative branch of government, and running a non-profit industry trade organisation.

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