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Neil Usher: The Great Workplace Pivot

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As the working world returns to their offices, this week's guest gives us the inside story of what this global pivot means for this community.

Neil Usher is head of Workplace Strategy & Change Management for GoSpace. He's written two books on workplace and its challenges in today's culture.

We discuss:

  • What's been gained by working from home and, the lesser known, things that have been lost.
  • How organisations must return with a focus on the triple bottom line: the needs of their people, the organisation and the planet.
  • At any time, in business working hours, offices are only 50% occupied - a global average. The waste of space has significant impact on the environment.
  • How organisations need to adopt an experimental approach to their people's return.

Get in touch and follow Neil here:

You can get hold of us at Pivot Points here:

Cast & Crew

Gabi Miller: www.gabriellamillercoach.com // insta: @gabriellamiller.coach

Amelia Saberwal: www.kinestheticacoaching.com // insta: @kinesthetica_coaching

Rob Sell - Editor / Life saver - Torch & Compass

Rachel Lepley, Limitless You - Social Media management & brand design. insta: rachellepley_/

Alexandra Kolubayev (also known as Alix Kol) - Pivot Points Jingle

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