The Women in Design Workshop: Healthy Buildings and a Healthy Work-Life – San Diego, CA
January 21, 2019 @ 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm
The Women in Design Workshop: Healthy Buildings and a Healthy Work-Life
Kay Sargent, Senior Principal Director of WorkPlace, HOK
Leigh Stringer, Workplace Research and Strategy Expert, EYP and author of The Healthy Workplace
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Join us for a half-day workshop celebrating women leading in the design field focused on health and well-being. You will have an opportunity to share with other leaders and discuss how health and wellbeing concerns are affecting your work for clients as well as your experience as a professional. We’ll also discuss the barriers to women leading in the design world and strategic ways to help you grow in your career. Global Women 4 Wellbeing (GW4W) is proud to be working with theDesignWell Conference and have two of our GW4W members from the design world as featured presenters for the workshop; Kay Sargent and Leigh Stringer will be joined by other outstanding female leaders.
This in-depth, interactive workshop is open to all genders and will include learning and open discussions to tap into the collective experiences and expertise in the room as well as Q&A with the speakers and panelists. Come share your voice. You’ll be inspired, have time to connect with female leaders at all levels, and leave with actionable steps to help you grow professionally and personally.
- Learn about the unique challenges for women leaders in the design industry
- Connect with women leaders at all levels who are engaged in health and wellbeing
- Discover how women are finding new career paths within the field of health, wellness and engagement
- Understand how the design world is responding to the trends in health and wellbeing and what will be driving design moving forward
“Despite a focused effort to move women into leadership positions in the design world, the number of female leaders hasn’t changed in over 10 years. We must and can do better. By using research, understanding how to make cultural changes that allow women to be at their best, design firms can have a competitive edge in the marketplace.”
-Mim Senft, Co-Founder, CEO of Global Women 4 Wellbeing (GW4W) and co-CEO, Motivity Partnerships.