Watch 'Navigating turbulent times' episode five: ‘Planning the return to work - what are the practicalities?’

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22 May 2020

Webinar

The latest episode of our webinar series, ‘Navigating turbulent times’, was recorded live on Thursday 21 May with hundreds of attendees hearing from our expert panel as they discussed ‘Planning the return to work - what are the practicalities?’ and took viewers' questions.

In this episode, which was curated and hosted by Cathy Hayward (chair, IWFM London Region), the panel discussed the areas our profession needs to consider before re-opening the doors now that many organisations are preparing for returning employees following the UK Government’s guidance last week.

Dialling in to the panel discussion with Cathy were: 

  • Ravi Bhatnagar: account director, Anabas
  • Allison English: deputy CEO, Leesman
  • Simone Fenton-Jarvis: workplace consultancy director, Ricoh
  • Raj Krishnamurthy: CEO, Freespace

Watch the full episode now


Join us on the Facilities Show webinar for episode six on Friday 22 May: ‘Workplace and facilities management in the time of coronavirus’

The coronavirus pandemic is having far-reaching ramifications for people and organisations alike as nations and economies lock down then begin tentatively to open up again.

This webinar will discuss the main implications of this unprecedented situation for FM, share experiences and give listeners the opportunity to ask questions and share their own experiences.

Register your place at this Facilities Show-hosted webinar here.

About ‘Navigating turbulent times’ webinar series

In these times of increasing disruption and uncertainty, how do workplace and facilities management professionals manage risks, maintain performance, overcome challenges, and come out the other side to push on and succeed?

'Navigating turbulent times' is IWFM’s new regular webinar series where a variety of expert guests delve into the global economy's greatest challenges, tackle your questions and concerns, and help to guide our profession through these stormy waters.