Shaping the Workplace: Consumer/Generational Insights, Behavioral Predictions and Forecasts Webinar
Includes a Live Event on 10/12/2021 at 2:00 PM (EDT)
In this webinar, Mark Bryan, Director of Innovation + Research, M+A Architects, will share ways to create value for you and your clients post-pandemic and beyond, citing key ways to best position your organization in response to behavioral shifts, new consumer/generational needs, and changes to the workplace that can create cultural transformation and success. Learn about the key factors and takeaways that will shift life as we know it today, explore concepts like “rewilding” and “localvists,” and discuss the direction for our future selves in the workplace. Interactive Q&A to follow.
Speaker: Mark Bryan, Director of Innovation + Research, M+A Architects
This webinar is part of a six-part series on office-focused topics hosted by NAIOP throughout 2021.
Director of Innovation + Research
- Certified Futurist and award-winning Interior Designer, Mark Bryan, is driven by his passion for continued learning and exploration. Mark leads M+A Architect’s Innovation + Research team, finding evidence-based design solutions that will enhance the quality of spaces and enrich the lives of those who interact within.
- As a futurist consulting for local and national companies of all industries, Mark’s curiosity and expertise leads him to explore unconventional approaches, bringing him to new solutions for today’s challenges that benefit client’s projects, practices, and communities. His hope is to energize clients and colleagues alike, to push past limits and break boundaries, setting up for the most success possible for what’s next, now.
- As the firm’s advocate for Wellness and Mental Health design based-solutions in the workplace, and beyond, Mark’s research and work shifts stigma to strength, having important conversations around mental wellness and creating space for change. Mark is certified by the University of California, Berkeley, in using resiliency to combat stress at work, and is using his expertise to help educate others on the psychological and physiological benefits of self-care through building respite and resiliency into the places they work.