Do you have a computer at your desk? You can dry anything on that. A big monitor puts out alot of heat and will dry stuff well to. This winter I'm going to bring a small fan to put under the desk and help dry the things haning around the back of the computer.
In the winter I bring (or keep at work depending on how the weather has been) a spare base layer for the return journey. I like to get my hat, face covering, helmet, gloves, and socks completely dry, but always have at least one extra pair of socks (lots of years hiking and those habits die hard). Sock liners will make wet shoes much more bearable.
As for the other layers, synthetics dry quicker, and wool will still keep you warm when wet.