I have similar needs (Windows, open plan office, Skype calls, wish for noise cancelling headset, wireless so I can grab coffee while working at home) and I was really excited about a new Logitech Zone Wireless Plus headset which was announced earlier this year and seems to have come out now: here’s the comparison page - https://www.logitech.com/en-us/product/bluetooth-headset-zone-wireless?crid=36#section-product-hero
At work I have a Windows notebook that has Bluetooth but if I use it with any of the Bluetooth headsets I own, apparently I sound like I’m in a tin can orbiting Mars. My airpods work as headphones with this notebook but I can’t get the microphone to work. I’m done fiddling around with this, and if I ever got any Bluetooth headset to work I don’t have any confidence that it would continue to work indefinitely.
I have Logitech Bluetooth / Unifying mice that if used with Bluetooth have issues on Windows but with the Unifying receiver, work fine. So I use the mice with Bluetooth on my Mac and Unifying receiver on the Windows notebook. The Unifying receiver is so tiny that you can leave it plugged in permanently. I also have a Logitech multi device Bluetooth / Unifying keyboard at home, which I use via Bluetooth for my Mac and via Unifying receiver for the Windows notebook.
The Unifying receiver just works on Windows, usually right out of the box without even using the Logitech Options software. You do have to use Logitech Options to set one receiver to work with several devices. If you program the receiver on one machine it works with others. I do this on Windows for Linux machines. So if you’re not allowed to download Logitech Options to your work machine, you could program the receiver elsewhere.
My hope is that this Logitech headset would work as well as the mice with the Unifying receiver on Windows and I could connect it with my Mac via Bluetooth. The receiver is a bit bigger for the headset as it has audio functionality as well as mouse and keyboard. Does anyone have experience with this headset?