With Neil Rebeugeot, Property Portfolio Consulting Lead, ARUP and Rebecca Goldberg, Associate, ARUP
Why are company core values important for implementing successful change, and why should we consider them on workplace projects? Too often, token change management is bolted on to a fully designed workplace project, but to embed real change we need to engage at a deeper level. This talk is about why connecting with core values early on can both inspire the design and help your people on the journey to successful change.
Neil Rebeugeot, Director, Arup: I lead the Property Team in Arup Consulting, which includes Property Advisory Network and Global Financial Services. As an individual who has worked on the client side for over 20 years I am passionate about providing people and their broader organisations with the right platform, the right experience to carry out their ‘every day’ in achieving their ambitions in the most effective way. I joined Arup 12 months ago because I wanted to use my skill to leverage the Arup integrated model, and to work with clients to understand their portfolio vision for the future for sustainable change. It’s an exciting time because ‘Change is Usual’!
Rebecca Goldberg, Associate Director, Arup: As a member of the People and Change team in Arup Consulting, I lead our Living Workplace service. I am a huge believer in ‘humanising’ our technical and digital workplace projects, putting people at the heart of all we do. I work with clients to understand their Vision for the future, and help to bring that Vision to life through delivery of user centred change.