Building Performance Insights
Welcome to Februarys Building Performance Insights
If you want a free toolkit to supercharge your performance & build sustainable competitive advantage, you’ll get one when you attend our workshop on 5th March from 8:30am – 1pm, in Oxford. Attendees of our workshop, in partnership with Oxfordshire Greentech, will hear how to maximise the return on investment they get from two critical drivers of performance: their people and their real estate. Book your place here.
Last month we hosted our first webinar: High Performing Buildings = High Performing People. Thank you to all who attended and for your positive feedback. If you’re interested in this topic, you can watch the recording here.
Continuing our ten year anniversary theme, we look at climate change – ten years on: what have we learnt and what are we doing differently now compared to ten years ago? Scroll down for more.
And recent news that caught our eye was London’s pledge to be carbon neutral by 2030, Delta’s plan to be the first carbon neutral airline and RBS rebrands as NatWest.
We’re very proud of the innovations we bring to clients, and how highly our clients rate us. Do please get in touch to discuss how we can help you improve the performance and productivity of your people, buildings and estates.
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5 March, Oxford: Supercharge your performance & build sustainable competitive advantage
Do you want a free a toolkit to improve your people strategy, employee experience and workplace performance? You’ll get one by joining our workshop to Supercharge your Performance, on 5th March from 8:30am – 1pm, at Oxford University’s Saïd Business School, Park End Street, Oxford, OX1 1HP.
The workshop, in partnership with 8 Connect and Oxford Greentech, supported by the European Regional Development Funded (ERDF) will be delivered by:
Rob Robson, Principle of 8 Connect
John O’Brien – Founder and MD of LCMB
Join the workshop and you will get a toolkit to:
- Ensure your people and organisations thrive by improving workplace wellbeing, performance and productivity
- Reduce your workplace, buildings and estate operational costs and improve your environmental performance
- Review, enhance and improve your people strategy to ensure sustainable performance
- More effectively align employee engagement and motivation with business priorities
Get your free place here
Twice the information in half the time
Did you miss our January 30 minute webinar? Joanna Watchman, founder of Work in Mind, and I covered:
- how and why better workplace environments promote individual productivity, better organisational results, and in many cases, reduced operating costs
- real-world examples of success
- the three simple, low-cost ways to instantly improve the working environment that will quickly improve people’s wellbeing, performance and productivity
- how to get your people and your sponsors to understand why these changes are vital for your organisation, and get their support for your initiatives to make the necessary changes.
You can watch the webinar here
LCMB 10th Birthday Feature
Climate Change Ten years on
To mark our tenth birthday, we’re exploring key themes around buildings, energy and wellbeing.
This month, we examine climate change over the last ten years.
Even in this small window of time, climate change has accelerated. Atmospheric CO2 levels are higher than ever before, the hottest years on record have occurred in the last six years and we’re seeing more and more extreme events such as heatwaves, wildfires, storms and floods.
For things to really change for the better, three things must happen.
- More countries and organisations must declare a climate emergency, and commit to making a change.
- We need to see more innovations to help mitigate climate change.
- Each one of us should change our behaviour to a deeper and more consistent level. It’s encouraging that Sadiq Kahn and RBS (see news below) are betting on widespread support to curb climate change.
Read the full article here
In the News
Khan’s £50m pledge for London to be carbon neutral by 2030
London mayor Sadiq Khan is to spend £50m on a Green New Deal for London as part of a pledge to make the UK capital carbon neutral by 2030. We think it’s encouraging to see Mr Khan betting on climate change concerns to win votes. Read the story in The Guardian.
Delta announces $1bn plan to be first carbon neutral airline
Delta intends to become the first carbon-neutral airline globally while helping to fund research and projects involving clean air technologies and the reduction of carbon emissions and waste. This is promising news coming from the industry and we hope other airlines follow suit. We are excited to see more of a focus on new technologies rather than simply carbon offsetting emissions. Find out more on Reuters.
RBS rebrands as Natwest
RBS is on the charm offensive to leave the “toxic” RBS brand behind. Part of the strategy to rebrand involves trying to combat climate change.
NatWest will rival Lloyds Banking Group’s recent pledge to halve the emissions linked to its loan book over the next decade. This means among other actions, cutting lending and underwriting services to major oil and gas producers that don’t have credible transition plans in line with Paris climate agreement targets.
LCMB's accelerated ROI audit
Too many organisations spend large sums of money on the wrong initiatives that generate a poor return or even a loss.
This is why we created the LCMB accelerated ROI audit. It cuts through the noise and quickly, clearly identifies the untapped performance improvement areas within your buildings.
The audit uncovers operational inefficiencies such as under-utilised space and facilities, as well as cost and energy reduction opportunities, and then provides a clear plan for realising potential.
By implementing the plan, we guarantee the audit pays for itself within 6 months and thereafter generates a positive return.
Contact John O’Brien on 01295 722823 email@example.com to discuss how the LCMB accelerated ROI audit can improve your organisation performance and return on investment.
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