People are, and remain, your company's most valuable asset.
How can you elevate your employees' performance and enable teams to collaborate and innovate? Discover how different aspects of the workplace interact to drive performance, and how you can design a workplace where your people thrive.
"A high impact work environment is the right mix of culture, technology, and spaces available to the employees."
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The A-Z of Future Workplace DesignWhat are some emerging employee behaviours, which have developed as part of our changing culture, where flexible working is now the norm? Explore 26 building blocks to spark meaningful conversations around workplace design to enable you to make informed and forward-thinking design decisions to future proof your office.
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Research: Decoding human performanceDiscover how physical offices, corporate culture and workplace technologies can drive a high-performance workforce within the current dynamics, where flexible working is the norm.
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Why pods are a mainstay of the modern officeDemand for workplace pods is increasing as organisations look to offer privacy in the open-plan office. They allow companies to create places of focus for their workers without the expense of a wholesale design, build and fit out.
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Podcast: What do good leaders look like in the new world of work?Being a strong leader isn’t the same as being a good leader – and traits like micro-managing or a reliance on presenteeism are increasingly outdated and unwelcome. Hear from Gya Adeyemi, Facebook, Professor Rosie Campbell, King’s College London, and Sue Asprey-Price, JLL, on how leadership styles are changing.
Explore more questions
What does the future workplace look like?
With the realisation that the human interactions that occur within the workplace are unique and irreplaceable, office design has to continually transform as work dynamics evolve.
Are occupiers prepared to pay a premium for green certified buildings?
Sustainability has gone mainstream and real estate is at the core of it. It is expected that more and more employees are going to start demanding green and sustainable spaces.
How can you accelerate your sustainability journey?
With buildings accounting for 40% of the global greenhouse gas emissions, one of the best opportunities to tackle carbon emissions start with real estate.
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