Date: Wednesday 14 February 2018
Where: Business Studio, level 1, State Library of Queensland
We now work with computers and screens at work, at home and on the run, but how do we set up our workspace and manage those common aches and pains we all experience after spending time at the computer?
This set of two fun, interactive talks (14 Feb and 6 June) shows you how. We guarantee you will leave each talk with at least three easy to apply tips that will decrease your pain and increase your productivity. Whether you work in an office or in a coffee shop, these talks are for you!
Liz Kirk (PhD) is one of Australia’s leading researchers and trainers in skill-based office ergonomics and injury prevention for computer users. As the owner and principal trainer of Practical Ergonomics and the ‘Get Comfortable’ programs, Liz provides a range of talks and training that demonstrate the practical and easy things we can do every day to help prevent the pain and discomfort we all feel when using a computer for long periods.
Our Business Studio lunch box forums feature a new speaker each fortnight.
Business Studio membership is free and gives you access to a great range of resources and business support. Visit the team on level 1 to sign up now.
Missed this forum? Access the presentation slides here!
You might also be interested in the following relevant material from our collection:
- Home office design : everything you need to know about planning, organizing, and furnishing your work space / Neal Zimmerman
- Make space : how to set the stage for creative collaboration / Scott Doorley & Scott Witthoft ; with a foreword by David Kelley.
- The Monocle guide to good business / edited by Andrew Tuck ; foreword by Tyler Brûlé.
- The style of coworking : contemporary shared workspaces / Alice Davies & Kathryn Tollervey.
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