The way in which we work is changing at a rapid pace. As technologies and employee behaviors evolve, tenants and landlords need to come together in order to create an environment that allows tenant’s workforce to thrive. While tenants have been at the forefront of change, office building owners are not standing idly by. Forward-thinking landlords are seeing today’s employees want to work and are offering tenants spaces that not only provide them with a competitive advantage but a physical environment that breeds collaboration and ingenuity.
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Director - Workplace Strategy, Vocon
As lead of Vocon’s workplace strategy practice, Megan helps organizations leverage the design and use of their work space to achieve their cultural and business goals, such as enhanced productivity, employee attraction and engagement, the drive toward innovation and holistic wellbeing. Megan and her team are experts at understanding the power space has to transform an individual’s performance and satisfaction in the workplace. By studying how people work and use space – blended with their academic and industry knowledge – she and her team collaborate with Vocon’s designers and clients to develop strategies that impact the user experience in positive and measurable ways.
Megan’s experience in the fields of strategic workplace planning, design and account management has allowed her to successfully influence business outcomes for a broad spectrum of clients and project types, including corporate office, public, healthcare, legal and non-profit assignments.