Flagship is excited to announce our new Peace, Love and IFM webinar series designed to educate and share expert knowledge from across the spectrum of facilities management. These webinars are geared to provide information on different areas of Integrated Facilities Management (IFM) and give you steps to help address the ongoing pandemic restrictions and regulations that are impacting your facility.
The COVID-19 pandemic has forced FMs to evolve quickly and rethink their facilities operations to provide a healthy and safe environment for their occupants. It is creating unprecedented challenges in facilities management. And as vaccines roll out, and the world continues to change, the need to evolve and adapt quickly will continue.
Every eight weeks we will be sitting down with a panel of facilities experts who will discuss the future of integrated facilities management, what you should expect and ways to handle the unknown.
The Peace, Love and IFM webinar series will help attendees to be proactive and discuss actions that can be taken to minimize the impact of current and future challenges. We will also discuss innovative technologies that can help you on your journey to creating a smarter and healthier facility.
Our first Peace, Love and IFM webinar will occur on February 23, 2020 at 1pm CST. Join us for our first conversation: A Road Map for Adapting Your SOW to meet the demands of 2021 and beyond.
The webinars are free and open to the everyone, but attendance is limited, so be sure to sign-up early.
Make sure you check back to see what our future conversations will entail.
Welcome to 2021 – which promises to present many of the same challenges as 2020! Our Conversations Series concentrates on sharing knowledge from facility experts from across the spectrum of facilities management. While we don’t claim to have all the answers – together we’ll discuss how ongoing pandemic restrictions and regulations are impacting facilities of all kinds across the country and how a flexible SOW can help address some of them.
- How to manage your staffing and your technology to focus on high impact areas.
- How IOT has evolved to address the heightened need to safeguard our occupant’s wellbeing.
- Key scope-of-work adjustments that directly address ongoing challenges presented by COVID.
Dan Lent, VP/Operations
Michelle Kleiber-Viglione, National Account Director
Tracy Davis, President, TRAX
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