During the COVID-19 outbreak, many employees are faced with being required to work from home. So whether this is your first time working from home or you have been here before, Christina Janzer, Head of User Research at Slack has work-from-home tips that will help you stay on task (without going stir-crazy) and how to set up workspace environment that will work for you.
Christina Janzer is the Head of User Research at Slack, responsible for leading all global research and analytics efforts that provide insights about people and work. With the goal of building work software that makes people’s working lives simpler and more productive, Christina and her team are focused on better understanding the people they’re building for, the challenges they face, and the broader world of work today. For more information go to https://slack.com/
Our next guest is Ms Kim Gina Ellis is an International Lawyer & Space Research professional with a background in metals, mining and mineral processing in addition to expertise in Space Research, Technology & Law. Kim is the Chief Executive Officer and founder of International Earth & Space Technology, a private Australian company which delivers a range of specialist consultancy services for Universities, Corporate business and Professional Education providers in Europe, the USA and Australia. Kim and her team designs and delivers Lunar, Interplanetary, Space Resource Utilisation, Innovation & Legal workshops in collaboration with NASA, STEM activities for students in the USA & Australia and online technical education programs.
Additionally, Kim is the Aerospace Legal Lead for the Space Office at Swinburne Universities Centre for Astrophysics and Supercomputing, and an Adjunct Faculty member of the International Space University. Her thought leadership in academic research related to Space Governance, Law and Space Applications led her to being selected by the World Economic Forum, ESA and MIT to contribute to creating the model for a new Space Sustainability Rating system designed to encourage sustainable behaviour in space and reduce new orbital debris creation. For more information go to https://kimellis.mykajabi.com/