Recorded July 2020
We are joined by Emma Mills-Sheffield and Nick Potter, as we discuss what the office of the future could look like following Coronavirus.
Coronavirus has changed how we work, with many working remotely and concern of returning to the office. We ask what does the office of the future look like? How can businesses and employees create a new working life that benefits both? Do we need so many desks? And if not, what else could we do with that space? Lastly, how can we use technology to drive improvements while protecting our teams and our customers?
Emma Mills-Sheffield – Strategic Business Advisor & Coach
Emma started Mindsetup Ltd after spending 15 years in industry leading major sales pursuits, sales efficiency projects, process improvements, training delivery programmes, workshop facilitation and coaching. She worked for KPMG, WSP and in the creative and digital industries and has experience across the public sector, FTSE100 and Fortune500 companies.
As a strategic business consultant and coach she focuses on helping businesses and employees become more efficient, productive and resilient. It’s a passion of hers to empower people and to look beyond pure profit and cost reduction as a successful business is more than just the bottom line. Emma’s leadership coaching encourages using humility and vulnerability at the core of developing a high performing team and she focuses on helping others to increase their personal impact and to make the most of change.
Emma is also one of this year’s f:Entrepreneurs, is a Fellow of the RSA, the Chair of the Board for Grassroots Suicide Prevention and a mentor for SMEs through various national business schemes and for students at the University of Sussex
Nick Potter – Director
Nick has been with Select Technology for over 20 years. Starting out as a Network Engineer. Nick’s ability to develop long-term client relationships prompted a switch to client management. With his technical skills to align technology with positive business outcomes.
As a Director at Select Technology, Nick is integral to the leadership team, driving forward relationship management, growth of the business and providing expertise to the vital strategic planning of Select Technology.
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