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Defining a Work Revolution: Looking beyond the return to the office

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Our outstanding team of experts continues to bring innovation and thought leadership on the role of the workplace for occupier clients. This latest development, Defining a Work Revolution: Looking beyond the return to the office, offers insights on the long-term opportunities and challenges that occupiers are facing as they create solutions for the future of work.

More than ever, workplace solutions can be influential in solving today’s complex business problems. It is beyond a footprint and four walls, the workplace connects people, cultures, and ideas to create memorable experiences. Given our current context, we will be facing unprecedented changes in how, where and when work gets done.

In this latest report, we provide recommendations through a ‘mosaic’ approach, an inter-connected deployment of advisory services. We focus on seven key areas:

  1. Empowering women to remain in the workforce
  2. Creating more diverse equitable and inclusive cultures
  3. Health & well-being in the workplace
  4. Enrich company culture in distributed work models
  5. Bettering work experience with employee centered design
  6. Commitment to sustainability
  7. Evolving for AI and automation

Learn more and let Colliers help you navigate the new priorities of the Work Revolution. Connect with our team of experts to begin to plan for your future.

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Chris Zlocki

Head of Client Experience | Executive Vice President, Occupier Services | Global

Denver - Downtown

I am focused on ensuring Colliers' Occupier Services clients receive best-in-class service delivery reinforced by a mindset of continuous improvement. My responsibilities include: account growth, setting direction on account strategy & innovation initiatives with an emphasis on maximizing service excellence, regular strategic engagement with clients, executive sponsor of our program to develop our account executives and directors and ongoing leadership of Technology and Consulting Services in the Americas.

Specialties: 
Global Occupier Services Outsourced Account Leadership                                                                                                                                                              Executive Oversight & Governance for Outsourced Account Solutions for Tech Sector Clients                                                                                          Footprint & Real Estate Portfolio Planning
Business Intelligence Platform & KPI Development
M&A Integration Roadmaps & Operational Playbooks
CRE Organizational Effectiveness & Design
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Keith Perske

Senior Vice President, Workplace Advisory

New York

As Executive Managing Director of Workplace Innovation, Corporate Solutions | Americas, Keith leads Colliers’ expertise in this rapidly evolving field, helping our clients use the workplace as a competitive advantage to advance their business objectives through innovative and insightful workplace solutions.

Additionally, Keith brings more than 30 years of experience to Colliers International, including his previous role as Senior Director, Global Workplace Innovation at Johnson & Johnson. There he was responsible for program design and deployment of a set of new workplace principles for J&J’s global office portfolio of 60 million square feet and more than 900 locations.

 

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