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Level Up online: Human, not machine: as workflow patterns shift, how do we balance productivity with well-being?
As a new generation enters the workplace desiring a more flexible workstyle, the world’s pandemic experience has broken down the barriers to change allowing organisations to re-think workflows and redefine productivity. By embracing this new freedom, and acknowledging the challenges of home-based working, there are exciting opportunities to foster innovative lifestyle-friendly technology, blending usage across the business and the home.
Learning Objectives:
• Empowering employees requires a level of trust and empathy. We explore employee and employer responsibilities and what they should expect from one another.
• Intrusion on home life can cause friction and conflict. Learn how redefining productivity and supporting more flexible workflows helps to reduce the tension.
• Discover how to gain harmonious cooperation by optimising space and technology to support holistic productivity and happy people.

May 11, 2021 11:00 AM in London

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Speakers

Gunnar Kyvik
Business Segment Lead – Meeting & Conferencing, EMEA @Sharp NEC Display Solutions Europe GmbH
Gunnar is focused on developing both hardware and software solutions alongside commercial strategies surrounding Sharp/NEC’s portfolio of products in the EMEA region. One of the major challenges that Gunnar is addressing is the rapidly evolving demand for workflow digitisation in the corporate space, a trend which has been accelerated by the Coronavirus crisis. Before taking the Business Segment Lead role, Gunnar worked as Business Development Manager for NEC across EMEA, and prior to this as part of the NEC Nordic team as Channel Sales Manager.
Simon Hayes
Meeting Space and Collaboration Specialist @Sharp NEC Display Solutions
As a specialist in meeting room and collaboration solutions, Simon is pivotal in steering Sharp/NEC’s leading position in this important growing market. Simon is primarily focused on the company’s global enterprise customers where businesses are looking to provide a consistent user experience across their estate. Before joining Sharp/NEC in February 2020, Simon worked for SMART Technologies where he gained a full understanding of customer need and what is driving demand in the collaboration space.