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Sensitive Career and Workplace Design

Reimage your career and your workplace

The 2023 hybrid conference aims to understand sensitive career management skills and sensitive workplace design through the perspective of different disciplines.

Villa Altieri Viale Manzoni 47 Rome

Rome, October, 5-6 2023

Synergetic and actionable

Sensitive career management skills, sensitive organisations and HR management, sensitive workplace design.

As in a tapestry, we weave the different threads of mono-disciplinary perspectives into a single fabric for synergetic and operational proposals.

Sensitive workplace design

The New European Bauhaus initiative connects the European Green Deal to our daily lives and living spaces. It calls on all Europeans to imagine and build together a sustainable and inclusive future that is beautiful for our eyes, minds, and souls.

We will explore how to develop theconnective intelligence: skills and capabilities that enable architects and designers to connect and collaborate with professionals beyond the design domain.

We will look at how science can be used to support urban regeneration and innovation using the case of the Integrated Urban Plan funded by the national Recovery and Resilience Plan.

Carlo Ratti, architect and engineer, Director of the Senseable City Lab at MIT – Massachusetts Institute of Technology, sees the city of the future as a "senseable city". The term 'senseable' includes the human component and encapsulates it in a double meaning: a city that is sensitive and capable of feeling. 

The case study of the "building-city" of the ENEL headquarter in Viale Regina Margherita in Rome. The headquarter transformation is a project by Antonio Citterio Patricia Viel

For Italian architects 8 continuing education credits (CEC).Dual registration required: on the OAR platform and using the conference registration form.

Human behaviour at the heart of workplace design

We explore the new challenges of workplace design by placing human behaviour at the centre of workplace design:

Designing workplace and co-working spaces. Urban imagination and social innovation through design & science.

Co-working and co-living:hosting digital nomadism.

Coworking, innovation, environmental sustainability: synergies for the reuse of the built heritage and the use of space.

Sociological, psychological and cultural implications of remote and hybrid sensitive work environments

Three case studies: LVenture HUB at Termini station; Palazzo CANOVA,an example of a shared, multifunctional art and work space in the heart of Rome; IC Orsa Maggiore – Romainnovative learning environment and school design together between pedagogy and architecture.

For Italian architects 8 continuing education credits (CEC).Dual registration required: on the OAR platform and using the conference registration form.

Sensitive career management skills

We celebratethe European Year of Skills Let's find out together:

  • * Personalised orientation strategies for the highly sensitive people.
  • * Innovations in career guidance and training.
  • * Best practices for career coaches, counsellors, teachers and trainers.
  • * The importance of psychological support in career decisions.

Three panels on:

Effective career interventions, strategies, and tools for highly sensitive people in vocational setting, transitions and workplace.

Embracing Sensitivity for a successful expat adjustment.

Design innovative and personalised learning for highly sensitive young adults and adults:
Play-sensitive: re-discovering play to enhance experiential learning.
Future-literacy: the ability to anticipate the future for career management.
STEAM and AI in education and training.

Erasmus Certificate and networking opportunity for in presence participants.

Our Partners

Città metropolitana di Roma Capitale
Akademia WSEI
Universidad de Alicante
Expert Psy Asociatia Psihologilor Specialisti
Prios Kompetanse
Associação Portuguesa de StartUps
Ordine degli Architetti di Roma

Disclaimer:Funded by the European Union (project no: 621491-EPP-1-2020-1-PL-EPPKA3-IPI-SOC-IN). Views and opinions expressed are however those of the author(s) only and do not necessarily reflect those of the European Union or the European Education and Culture Executive Agency (EACEA). Neither the European Union nor EACEA can be held responsible for them.