We can design time, just as we design products and spaces. Some of history’s most noted scientists and creatives spent years tinkering with their working hours and routines, and discovered counterintuitive but science-based practices that helped them have more insights and better lives. Today, companies around the world are redesigning their workweeks, creating more quality time, and helping people do more meaningful work. In this session, cosponsored by 4 Day Week Global, we’ll talk about why individuals and companies should redesign their routines and working hours; how people and organizations can do it; and how it can help us all create a better future for work. Hosted by: Dr. Alex Soojung-Kim Pang, author, founder, speaker, and Global Programs and Development Manager, 4DayWeek Joe O’Connor, CEO, 4DayWeekGlobal This is a session from the Conscious Culture virtual summit -Redesigning for Better Work.
Conscious Culture hosted this gathering to explore the ways companies can redesign critical work structures of time and space and why these changes are part of the larger commitment to making work better for everyone. You’ll hear business leaders, researchers, and practitioners share stories that will inspire and frameworks
Join a panel of leaders and practitioners as they have a lively discussion on the behaviors, structures, and group processes that you’ll need to move beyond the forced constructs of the past two years to an empowering new future of work. Moderator: Dr. Alex Soojung-Kim Pang, author, founder, speaker,
Work will fill the space you give to it. But more hours does not mean better work. Join business leaders for a discussion of how their companies are challenging the concept of “more is better.” From four-day workweeks to focused time and no meeting days, these companies are rethinking the