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Carradin Blyth is immensely passionate about workplace strategy and believes the right office design improves a business culture.
With 21 years’ experience with leading workplace teams, Carradin’s philosophies enhance workplace outcomes. He is a thought leader in workplace strategy and works closely with his clients to create an environment where people thrive, and results transpire.
Before joining Hubb Consultants in 2017 as Director of Workplace Strategy, Carradin was the Property Leader for Energy Australia, managing extremely large, complex and dispersed portfolios of property whilst remaining mindful of the need for smart workplace strategy across the organisation.
Carradin was previously Senior Workplace Manager for Jones Lang Lasalle, and Facilities Manager for Energy Australia. Both were major industry positions which he performed with distinction, enthusiasm, and to great acclaim.
“There is no better mind on Workplace Strategy in Australia than Carradin Blyth.”
– Winston Judd, Director Hubb Consultants
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Travis Foster is Principal of HUBB Strategic Workspace Consultants. A leading Strategist, Designer, Researcher and Public Speaker in Workplace Strategy, Travis specialises in the field of revolutionary and exploratory Alternative Working Strategies (AWS) including Activity Based Working (ABW).
Travis has on his belt more than 20 years of involvement in the fields of Interior Architecture, Workplace Strategy, Marketing and Change Management.
A former Senior Lecturer at the Australian International College of Commerce (AICC), Travis is well qualified to engage, coach and train staff in the areas of workplace strategy, business process, organisational transformation and change management. Travis has foregoing work with ABW Australia, Espace Design Group and ICI Projects.
Travis has consulted many large organisations for a variety of transformation projects most notably:
Amelia is a registered Environmental Psychologist, who is passionate about understanding the relationship between people and their environments; understanding how people interact with their environment (whether it be through the architecture, design or functionality) and how this can be enhanced through ergonomics, human factors and user-centred design.
Amelia offers a unique perspective on workplace design and advocates the facilitation of psychological health and wellbeing through workplace design.
Amelia has completed a Master of Psychology (Organisational and Human Factors) and a Bachelor of Psychology (Honours). Her interests include Activity Based Working (ABW), ergonomics, human factors, sustainability, organisational strategy and human centred design.
Amelia has presented at events hosted by the Adelaide Sustainable Building Network (ASBN) and International Ergonomics Association (IEA) particularly for: