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    Steve Manning

    Steve Manning is a journalist based in Idaho. When he's not writing, he can usually be found at the theater or taking his dog on a hike. If he could only go to one restaurant for the rest of his life, it would be Al's Place in San Francisco.
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    Creating Worthwhile Experiences in a Hybrid Workplace

    Editor's note: This talk was recorded in November 2021 and is reflective of the vision of the LinkedIn workplace team at that time. Brett Hautop has since moved on from his role as VP of Workplace at LinkedIn and is launching a workplace consultancy...

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    Building the Future of Hybrid Work: Lessons from Steelcase’s Research

    One of the greatest challenges for companies adopting hybrid models is seeing the forest for the trees: the task is so multifaceted, the second- and third-order problems it raises are so all-consuming, that keeping track of the big picture can seem...

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    5 Ways to Deliver Healthier Workplaces

    Sometimes great upheaval brings great clarity, the horizon suddenly visible after a mighty storm. For Jason Hartke, Executive Vice President of Advocacy and Policy at the International WELL Building Institute (IWBI), the last two years made clear...

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    Making Hybrid Work Actually Work

    The age of flexible work is the age of flexibility—period. Few other qualities are as important to survival in a world with ever-shifting conditions, restrictions, and employee needs. In a panel at WorkSpaces, real estate leaders from across the...

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    Making the Office a Destination of Choice in a Hybrid Era

    As the future of work takes shape, thousands of employees are slowly returning to offices that look less and less like the ones they left behind. That is, if they’re returning at all. 

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    Building A Workplace People Want to Come Back To

    Despite how quickly the nature of work is changing, for many, there’s one point of view on physical spaces that will always hold true: the strongest interpersonal relationships are developed, well, in person. 

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