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The Workplace Factors that Influence Holistic Well-being
Tuesday, 25 June @ 12:30 - 14:30 EDT
Today’s mobile workstyles lift limitations on where work is done. To this end, organizations are focused on creating engaging environments that attract workers to the office. In response, the workplace has taken on a new life, incorporating elements of residential and hospitality design to add comfort, functionality and aesthetics for employees to collaborate, ideate and socialize.
Knoll helps companies realize the importance of creating a space that is truly inspiring to attract and retain the best talent. This includes welcoming materials, soft-touch points and inspiring up-to-date amenities.
Join Knoll for lunch as Knoll experts discuss early findings from their upcoming study on Holistic Well-being. The study seeks to better understand what workplace factors influence people’s well-being, including health, comfort, work-life balance and satisfaction.
The session will cover:;
- Introduction to well-being in the workplace
- Understanding the factors that influence well-being
- Planning for a holistic well-being environment
- Showroom tour with a focus on key elements of hospitality
The session will serve as a valuable workshop for leaders in the A+D and Real Estate communities as well as managers of commercial, healthcare, education and government organizations committed to creating inspired modern interiors that enhance the way people work and live.
If you are interested in attending the session, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
We hope you can join us.
Marketing Senior Director, Workplace Research, Knoll
Kylie Roth is Senior Director of Workplace Research at Knoll. In her role, Kylie spearheads the firm’s research programs, focusing on the connection between design, the quality of the user experience and organizational outcomes. Kylie engages with a broad range of internal teams and external experts to investigate emerging workplace movements and conduct explorations into the future of work, seeking out new ideas, uncovering broad trends and delivering a big-picture view on the changing dynamics of work. Research findings are translated into business insights, effective planning strategies and product development opportunities, as well as applied to future strategic initiatives for Knoll.
Kylie is a LEED accredited and Prosci change management certified professional and member of CoreNet Global and IFMA.
Senior Director Workplace Strategy, Knoll
Kimberly Bombery Smith, Senior Director of Workplace Strategy focuses her energy on engaging with customers to define, create, and prioritize workplace goals. Kimberly’s early foundation in Corporate Real Estate builds upon her formal training in design and years working with top architecture and design firms globally. This unique backdrop sets the stage for Kimberly to assist the diverse client mix of today in reaching culturally releveant workplace solutions.
Having led A+D enegagement in Philadelphia for eight years, prior to joining Knoll Kimberly was a Project Manager in Corporate Real Estate at Merrill Lynch. She has a Bachelor of Science degree in Interior Design from Philadelphia University where she serves on the Advancement Council for the College of Architecture and the Built Environment, and holds a degree in Construction Management.
Kimberly is a LEED Accredited Professional and has a passion for sustainable design. An active member of the Delaware Vallley Green Building Council, she was Co-Chair of the tours and education committee at Greenbuild Expo and has served as Secretary for IIDA in NJ.