Register Here for this experiential Lunch & Learn where attendee will get the tools to help you plan for and transition to a hybrid workplace.
An office is more than just four walls, a couple of windows, and a door. As organizational leaders explore and negotiate the return to the office, they must think outside the box (literally). The decisions we make about hybrid work right now will shape the future of our organizations for years to come.
Discover practical tools to help you plan for and manage a hybrid workplace in this Lunch and Learn with CSI Member Challenge Factory.
By the end of this event you will:
- Identify how return-to-the-office decisions are not just about space, but also organizational culture, careers, and expectations of leadership.
- Gain insight and tips on what’s different about managing in a hybrid world and how to do it well.
- Participate in activities that create a vision of your own Future of Work and contribute to a collective understanding of what that might look like.
This event will run from 12:00pm-1:00pm EDT. This will be a knowledge sharing and experiential session so discussion and questions can be shared throughout.
CSI Members get in for free! Check your email or reach out to andrea(dot)s(at)socialinnovation(dot)ca for the discount code. No one will be turned away due to costs. If this is a barrier, please send us a message at info(at)socialinnovation(dot)ca and we will follow up with a ticket discount code.
About the Speakers
Lisa Taylor, Founder and President of Challenge Factory
Lisa Taylor is a sought-after expert, speaker, and columnist on today’s changing world of work. As President of Challenge Factory and the Centre for Career Innovation, Lisa offers invaluable leadership and insights about the Future of Work– with a focus on how talent equity, demographics, the freelance economy, and new market dynamics present opportunities to gain strategic workforce and career advantage. She is the author of The Talent Revolution: Longevity and the Future of Work and the Retain and Gain series of career management playbooks for small businesses and non-profits and charities.
Taryn Blanchard, Head of Research at Challenge Factory
Taryn works on human-centric research projects that seek to explore culture and context through multi-disciplinary collaboration. Her passion and expertise is exploring issues related to work, communities of practice, expression, and the relationship between humans and technology.
Taryn has previously worked in academia and the human rights sector on issues of free expression, press freedom, privacy and digital security, transnational NGO networks, and humanitarian assistance. She holds a Ph.D. in anthropology, as well as an H.BA. in anthropology and linguistics, from the University of Toronto.
About Challenge Factory
Challenge Factory shapes the Future of Work by building community and connecting populations. We serve clients from a range of corporate, institutional, and government sectors offering coaching and consulting, research, and career-focused products. 2022 is our 10th Anniversary. To honour all those who have supported us, we are working with 10 community groups throughout the year to offer an event that is meaningful to its members; this is our first Anniversary Gift event.