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“The Elemental Workplace” and Embracing the Spirit of Punk

Neil Usher is an experienced senior property, workplace, facilities and change management leader who is currently an executive consultant for Unispace and workessence. He is also the author of “The Elemental Workplace” in which he describes “the 12 elements for creating a fantastic workplace for everyone”. Mike Petrusky asks Neil about the latest trends in … Continue reading "“The Elemental Workplace” and Embracing the Spirit of Punk"

“The Elemental Workplace” and Embracing the Spirit of Punk

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Neil Usher is an experienced senior property, workplace, facilities and change management leader who is currently an executive consultant for Unispace and workessence. He is also the author of “The Elemental Workplace” in which he describes “the 12 elements for creating a fantastic workplace for everyone”. Mike Petrusky asks Neil about the latest trends in the workplace and finds out his opinions on the open office debate, the impact of technology, and the importance of workplace experience. Neil argues that workplace is now being taken seriously as a contributor to performance and is a significant part of our organization’s culture, so we must establish “laws of workplace” that we can use as a foundation to build on in our practice. Mike and Neil discuss the origins of the punk rock music scene and agree that we must bring “the spirit of punk” to our work by being fearless about trying new things in our roles as workplace leaders.

Connect with Neil on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/neilusher/

Read Neil’s Blog Articles: http://workessence.com/

Learn more about “The Elemental Workplace”: http://elementalworkplace.com/

Buy Neil’s Book on Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/Elemental-Workplace-Elements-Creating-Fantastic/dp/1911498649/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1546430732&sr=8-1&keywords=neil+usher

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Connect with Mike on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/mikepetrusky/

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As the host of both the Workplace Innovator Podcast and the Asset Champion Podcast, Mike's role at Eptura is to share thought leadership with CRE, FM, and IT leaders in the digital and hybrid workplace. As an in-demand public speaker, Mike engages audiences with his focus on the human element of workplace and facility management at International Facility Management Association, CoreNet, and other industry events.

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