30-minute presentation with 15-minute Q&A


19th August 2020


AEST 1pm

We’ve been hearing some big questions from our clients and are inviting you to join the discussion.

Join the webinar where we explore how workspaces will be utilised in future; because one thing seems certain, they will be different places to those we left during the pandemic.

Do your employees want to come back? What type of work will they be doing when they return? How and where do we build brand and create culture? And does this equate to reduction in real estate and cost savings?

In this webinar, we will discuss: 

  • The impact the pandemic and remote working will have on your real estate
  • How you can measure the current sentiment surrounding the workplace to make informed decisions about your future workplace strategy
  • The necessary spaces needed to align with work behaviours
  • Data types that can be captured and how we have applied these strategies for our clients
Register your interest - webinar capacity is limited.
The Speakers

Ian Worthy, Principal, Strategy

Ian Worthy, our Principal of Strategy in Australia, has a wealth of experience spanning advertising, marketing and interior design.
His strategic approach to workplace design goes beyond the aesthetics of the physical space, and is strongly driven by people-centric outcomes, and the desire to provide solutions that benefit business, people, and culture.

Sarah Zerella, Senior Associate, Strategy

Sarah Zerella is a registered Psychologist who specialises in workplace strategy, change management, behavioural research and organisational development. Her experience supports effective consultations with clients, which are particularly important for translating employee strategies and business objectives into meaningful and effective workspace outcomes.

Kate Horton, Principal, Strategy

Based in our Auckland studio, Kate has over 12 years experience in delivering sophisticated workplace strategy solutions and research services for leading organisations. A connector of thought, she has been instrumental in developing Unispace research initiatives, workplace strategy and change programs across the region.