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How to Thrive in Your Home Office

Working from home has become the new normal for many of us. Maybe COVID-19 has caused you to shift from an office environment into a home environment, or maybe you own a home-based business and working from home has always been your normal. . Regardless of the reason, we invite you to join us for this 1-hour free webinar to learn some great tips on how to thrive in your home office, and prepare your workplace and your workforce for a return to the office.  You will learn:

  • Planning tips for the post-COVID workplace
  • The home office set-up and how to create a productive and healthy work environment at home

As well as looking at the physical planning and ergonomics in both environments, we will explore how policies and human factors guide behaviours to adapt to the new world of work in both corporate and home office settings

Presented by: Stacey Pediny, Territory Manager, Prairie Region for Teknion Limited

Stacey Pediny is your manufacturer representative for Teknion Limited,  managing  a territory that includes four authorized Teknion dealers throughout Saskatchewan, and Manitoba. Acting as liaison between clients; the design community, and our dealers ensures that all parties optimize the use of the products and services that Teknion offers.

Stacey has a background in interior design and over 25 years in the interior projects and renovation industry. She believes in approaching a project in an educational, evolutionary way.  Great design is a process of discovery – it should start with a need, and end with a solution.


& LeeAnn Croft, Principal Architect of 1080 Architecture Planning and Interiors

LeeAnn is one of the founding partners of  1080 Architecture in Regina, Saskatchewan, where she is proud to lead an exceptional team established on a true belief in the transformational power of design. With a Master of Architecture from McGill University, LeeAnn has worked on award winning projects throughout Quebec, New York and Western Canada throughout her career, most notably having received three Premier’s Design awards for her work in Saskatchewan.

LeeAnn is an architect with a passion for making beautiful, functional spaces for people to live, work and learn in. She brings a diverse skill set and enjoys the challenges and learning opportunities each project brings.  Actively contributing to the profession in her role as Syllabus Studio Coordinator for Saskatchewan, LeeAnn has also spoken on her experience with learning environments, community engagement and sustainability and is involved with different Arts boards in the city.

Proud to be a creator of the fabric of our communities, her enthusiasm and passion for design come through in her work with thoughtful responses to design, infused with a sense of play.

This event is part of the Business Growth Luncheon Series provided by Economic Development Regina, NSBA, and WESK. 

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