“Community” can be perceived as a physical place or a feeling. In our case, it is both. How do we combine both to really facilitate human interaction in a hybrid world? This webinar will take a deep dive into the important considerations for human social interaction, how to create a sense of belonging, and how to foster a sense of team cohesiveness – and making all of these fluid across the virtual and in-person experience. Attendees will gain a deeper understanding of important considerations for social interactions, gain a roadmap of important elements to include in both in-person and virtual communities, and how creating a community helps participating individuals achieve the business drivers of an organization.REGISTER NOW
Director, Workplace Strategy & Ergonomics
Global Furniture Group
Roopa studied Kinesiology and Psychology at McMaster University where she learned the power of combining knowledge of the human body, through anatomy and physiology, biomechanics, and understanding the psychology and sociology of human behaviour. To creatively apply this knowledge, she pursued her Masters of Science in Ergonomics and Human Factors at Loughborough University in the UK. After graduation, she worked in many industries including automotive, healthcare, education, and most recently in furniture.
In her current role as Director, Workplace Strategy & Ergonomics, Roopa is excited to support the human experience at the social, physical and cognitive level for clients, and creatively tailor workplace protocols for them. Her goal is to implement strategies to improve the health and well-being of clients, and help businesses meet their drivers. She is passionate about supporting health in the workplace through a holistic approach, and enhancing the experience of all employees for long-term business success.
This webinar accounts for one IDCEC HSW hour. Participants will receive their certificates of completion via email following the webinar and will need to self report their hours.
This webinar will be offered in English.