Proud to partner ThinkFM 2018

Now in its eighth year, ThinkFM is firmly established as the flagship conference for debate and future thinking about facilities management and how it needs to evolve to deliver benefits to business, the economy and wider society.

 

Sodexo is proud to continue its support for this leading industry event with 2018 marking our fourth consecutive year as headline sponsor.

Read more about this year's ThinkFM conference.

Now in its eighth year, ThinkFM is firmly established as the flagship conference for debate and future thinking about facilities management and how it needs to evolve to deliver benefits to business, the economy and wider society.

 

Sodexo is proud to continue its support for this leading industry event with 2018 marking our fourth consecutive year as headline sponsor.

Meet our guest speaker for ThinkFM 2018

Meet our guest speaker for ThinkFM 2018

Colleen Conklin, MSPH, Senior Director of Research for Sodexo Corporate Services North America (pictured), shared highlights from Sodexo's annual Global Workplace Trends Report and examined in more detail the trend, ‘Creating the Emotionally Intelligent Workplace’, looking at the insights on emotional intelligence factors and how these impact the human-centric and experience-based workspace. 

Download and read the trend in more detail below.
Colleen Conklin, MSPH, Senior Director of Research for Sodexo Corporate Services North America (pictured), shared highlights from Sodexo's annual Global Workplace Trends Report and examined in more detail the trend, ‘Creating the Emotionally Intelligent Workplace’, looking at the insights on emotional intelligence factors and how these impact the human-centric and experience-based workspace.  Download and read the trend in more detail below.
Don't miss the session!

Date: 1 May
Time: 15.55 - 16.15

Location: Premium Suite, etc venues St Pauls

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Our lives are a kaleidoscope of up to 500 emotional experiences per day. We may only be conscious of a fraction of them at any one time, but they colour every interaction. With this understanding comes a recognition of the need to navigate these emotions in the workplace, meaning that understanding emotional intelligence (EI) has become essential for high-performing organisations and outstanding leaders today.”

Is “emotional intelligence” the next big workplace trend? Read Sodexo’s research on “Creating an Emotionally Intelligent Workplace”, one of trends explored in Sodexo’s latest edition of its Global Workplace Trends Report.

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