ANREV Young Professionals Industry Leader Virtual Round Table - Natalie Slessor

12 Oct 2020 @ Web Access

What Gen Z wants is what we all want: how the future of place and property looks back and forward at the same time?

Join ANREV Young Professionals Working Group 's inaugural industry leader virtual round table on 12 October to find out more. Ms  Natalie Slessor, Head of Customer Futures of Lendlease will share with us her experience and answer any questions you may have.
 

Details

Date

Monday 12 October

Time

11:00 - 11:45 (HKT GMT+8)

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Fee

This event is for members only and it's free of charge.

As number of attendees are limited to 15, if you register and confirmed but do  not attend on the day, a penalty invoice of HKD300 will be charged.

Natalie Slessor
Head of Customer Future
Lendlease

Natalie Slessor is a social psychologist with a focus on the built environment, and particularly on the future of work and workplace.  Natalie is a prominent voice in the field of the psychology of work and the workplace of the future in the context of the city, she has worked at Lendlease since 2012.  


The Lendlease property development and investment business in Australia is continually evolving its vision for how our customers will work, live, shop and connect in the assets we create and operate.

Natalie draws upon our wealth of customer data, experiences and insights with a particular emphasis on exploring new concepts, offerings and unique positioning to ready Lendlease for our next era of leadership in place-making in all our markets.

Lendlease are continually advancing efforts to best respond to how major market trends, such as the next generation of workforce and changes in technology, that will shape our products and projects in the future.

Natalie’s portfolio includes Innovation, Customer Futures, New Services and Products for the Property group, and Customer Experience for the Asset Management business.

Natalie as worked in a strategic advisor capacity with customers such as CBA, Westpac, NAB, ANZ, Suncorp, Google, Local Government, Health Infrastructure, Federal Government (RBA), Wework, KPMG and Telstra.