Mayhew to Discuss Workplace Transformation Using Innovative Modern Office Interiors, Design at Toronto IIDEX Canada 2014 Conference

Toronto, Canada, December 03, 2014 --( December will bring the IIDEX Canada 2014 conference to the heart of Toronto, and with it an opportunity for attendees to learn about bold, brave changes in workspace design. Rochelle Jones, Design Manager, an award-winning office interiors professional from renowned interior design firm Mayhew, along with two other presenters, Debra Inglis and Ellen Keable, will host an interactive, intermediate-level, two-hour seminar entitled “Workplace Transformation: A Tale of Brave Change” on the second day of the event.

“Workplace Transformation: A Tale of Brave Change” will focus on numerous aspects of modern change management and how it can be successfully achieved through dynamic interior designs. Topics to be covered during the seminar include:

· How to create new workplaces that focus change across the business, coordinating multiple innovations in business processes, human resources, sustainability and interior design.
· How the presenters’ experiences can help attendees understand the necessary renovation steps from planning through occupancy.
· How to communicate effective workplace change by adhering to a strong business vision, clearly defined business-related drivers, and commitment from leadership.
· How space efficiency, work support and overall employee well-being can be shaped by design.
· How the challenges of coordinating change in a decentralized environment can be managed and overcome.

Participants of “Workplace Transformation: A Tale of Brave Change” are eligible for 0.2 CEUs. The fee for the presentation (IDCEC number SE-102560143) is $95, payable online through the IIDEX website.

Ms. Jones has a background as a registered interior design professional. She has won two awards from the prestigious ARIDO organization, one in 2010 and the other in 2011. Her work can be seen at the CTV headquarters and BNN offices, as well as numerous Fortune 500 companies. Recently, Ms. Jones worked with the MPAC office relocation project and continues to help commercial Mayhew clientele ingeniously convert their workspaces.
Maurice Benatar