Herman Miller looks away with a broad perspective: the new Insight Series Online webinars scheduled from 11 May to 8 June are a demonstration.
Insights and analyzes focused on the new work experience and physical/mental wellbeing which confirm the holistic vision of the American multinational and a future-oriented approach.
An always positive approach, as shown by the planning of the first of the physical events “The History of Herman Miller” scheduled on 17 September in London in the company’s National Design Center.
High-level professionals speakers and extremely diversified topics connected by the claim “Helping people create great places”.
Actually no business meetings! But issues focused on workplace culture, strategies for the future (not those strictly related to phase 2 of corona virus emergency that currently seem to suck all our attention …).
The webinars will talk about new work experiences, new possible landscapes for the workplace, employee wellbeing and happiness, taking into account psychology and cognitive sciences.
In particular, as evidence of Herman Miller ‘s constant ethical commitment, the event of May 19 “Wellbeing and Social Ergonomics in Workspaces” in support of the Mental Wellness Week should be highlighted. How social ergonomics interacts with cognitive and physical ergonomics to create a full human experience whilst working?
The “Living Campus” of a whole day on June 3 (sponsored by RIBA) addressed on design considerations for social.Topics covered include how spaces impact learning outcomes, learning and working environments, the effects of design on students and the five elements of student experience
It gives us comfort the first of the physical meetings … but wait for September to participate.
11 May – The future of Workplace Strategy – with Neil Usher – 11am UK Time
11 May – The future of Workplace Strategy – with Neil Usher 2pm UK Time 13 May – Psychology of Collaboration with Mark Catchlove – 11am UK Time 13 May – Psychology of Collaboration with Mark Catchlove- 2pm UK Time
18 May – Living Office – A New Landscape of Work – A Webinar with Mark Catchlove –
19 May – Wellbeing and Social Ergonomics in Workspaces – In support of Mental Health Awareness Week
20 May -The Science behind Making Employees Happy in the Workplace -with Oliver Baxter
26 May – The Future Experience of Work – with Bertie Van Wyk
27 May – Mind Space – Work & Wellbeing in Concert
1 June – Working from Home – a webinar with Bertie Van Wyk
3 June – The Living Campus for Higher Education – 11am UK Time
3 June – The Living Campus for Higher Education – 2pm UK Time
8 June – Designing Working Environments for Cognitive Wellness – with Bertie Van Wyk
Event based at Herman Miller London National Design Centre
17 September – The History of Herman Miller – a heritage of design