Lcmb Building Performance #28 Webinar

Workplace & Estate Management Webinar 21/01/21

Expert opinions on the Year Ahead

2021 is about taking back full control of our businesses and supporting our employees to produce the best work they can.

We are helping you to do that with our free webinar on improving workplace performance and estate management in 2021.

With our predictions for this year, coming from our experience and our clients, learn how to have a bigger impact on organisational performance, productivity, and your bottom line. 

During the webinar, we will talk with several highly knowledgeable industry representatives who will share their predictions and insights into what lies ahead throughout 2021.

Special guests include Ismena Deacon, Head of Business Compliance at Pinewood Studios and Steven Kellett, Sustainability Manager at Argent LLP. 

Ismena led the Pinewood Studios COVID-19 Task force through the last six months. She has been instrumental in designing the protocols and procedures that allowed the studio to continue to operate in an efficient and effective way whilst ensuring that they remain COVID-19 secure.

Steve works in property development as Argent’s Sustainability Manager. He is responsible for driving environmental sustainability across Argent’s activities at a corporate and project level, including the highly regarded regeneration of King’s Cross.

We look forward to an interesting and topical webinar, do join us, register now for our webinar on 21st January:  

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