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The Evolving Workplace and The Human Experience
June 1 @ 11:30 am - 1:00 pm
| TIGER Talk
Please register by 10:00 pm on Tue May 31.
Select “In-Person” or “Virtually via Zoom.” (If you choose Zoom, we’ll email you a link on May 31 after 11:00 pm. Then, please join via Zoom at 11:50 am on June 1.
Over the last two years, organizations have stopped and started and stopped again, declaring and then postponing their plans for bringing staff back to the office. It’s not surprising that there is still so much uncertainty and organizations are looking for “no regret” decisions, so they can act while still hedging their bets.
We also know it’s magical thinking to hope for one optimal answer that will work for every organization. So even though all bets are off, we still believe there are fundamental concepts we can commit to – concepts that help us “get right” the human experience – helping us to strengthen performance, engagement, motivation, and factors that contribute to wellness; encouraging autonomy and choice; and designing in adaptability so things can continue to evolve way more easily from now on.
Brandon Dupler founded Dupler Office with his identical twin brother, Randy, in 2006. He lives his passion everyday helping clients create great places to work, heal, learn, and live. Brandon is always pushing the envelope with his ‘next big idea’ when it comes to overall direction of the company.
When Brandon is not busy making an impact in the commercial interiors world, he loves traveling and exploring the world. Brandon also gives his time to community organizations. He is currently on the Board of Columbus Chamber of Commerce and serves as an Elder for his church.
As CEO of Daimler, Robert White, Jr. oversees all new business development and marketing efforts, working closely with a team of experts who are widely known throughout the industry for their solutions-based approach to each project, large or small.
Born and raised in Columbus, Bob Jr. graduated from Ohio University, where he was a pitcher for the baseball team. Besides serving on the James Foundation Board, he serves on the 5/3 Central Ohio Advisory Board, the Scioto Country Club Board of Trustees and the Upper Arlington Community Foundation Board. He served on the Nationwide Children’s Hospital Development Board (for which he served as president in 2011), the First Merit Bank Advisory Board and the Central Ohio NAIOP Chapter (for which he served as president in 2009).
Like all TIGER Events, this one is FREE.
Hybrid Format – Event Timeline:
11:30 am – Lunch & Socializing (In-Person Participants)
11:50 am – Connect via Zoom (Virtual Participants)
11:55 am – Introduce Yourself to All (In-Person & Virtual Participants)
12:10 pm – Hand-off to Brandon & Bob
1:00 pm – Wrap
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