Meetings are an integral part of any business, but how can we make the most of them while avoiding the natural aversion we have towards meetings?
When we design a workspace, we focus on 4 main areas: designated work areas, spaces to rest, areas to play and interact, and places to rejuvenate. By isolating these 4 areas, employees can easily compartmentalise the differences and improve their wellbeing as a result!
Meeting spaces are typically close and within view from the main working area. By strategically placing them out of sight from the work area, it makes the transition from work to meeting a far more natural one and allows employees to mentally distinguish between the spaces.
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When our wellbeing is good,
our work is better.
Our productivity, focus, and creativity are improved and allow for better and more profitable work to be achieved, including the work done within meetings.
Meetings are always going to be necessary and sometimes stressful and often disliked, but considering how important they are to the modern world of business, optimising their efficiency is integral to any company.
How to make meetings