A healthy, engaged and productive work environment starts with conversations about people’s needs and how to adjust individual and teamwork practices to create a new balance.
Teams are under more pressure than ever, expected to untangle complex problems, deliver fantastic results and do it all faster than their competitors. Today’s teams are hyper-collaborators who navigate a fluid, fast-paced flow of interdependent ideas, redefining both teamwork and me work. Their work has changed dramatically, but their workspaces? Not so much. Steelcase researchers reveal how to create spaces that give today’s revolutionaries what they expect and need to excel at work.
In another 10 years, your current office will seem as quaint as a rotary phone on the kitchen wall. By carefully analyzing the signals of change that surround us today, Steelcase researchers formulated seven fascinating scenarios for how and where work might occur just one decade from today. Thrilling or sobering, they’re sure to stimulate a point of view about a future that will be very different from what we’re experiencing today.
The Sir Horace Kadoorie Hospitality and Mentoring Programme (SHKHMP) was launched in 2015 through the support of the Hon. Sir
Going back to work, for most people, is going to feel a lot different than when they left. The changes, at first, may feel surreal, with people wearing masks, separated by partitions and avoiding physical contact – no more fist bumps, hugs or handshakes.
In our webinar Making Distance Work, a panel of experts shared practical tips on how to keep your body, mind and emotions healthy when you’re suddenly remote. Read the summary of what our guests had to say.
What we’re learning about changes in belief systems that may benefit teams and organizations after the pandemic ends.
Propinquity is our natural human tendency to develop tight interpersonal bonds with the people or things that are closest to us.