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Teams: dispersed doesn’t have to mean disconnected

We can no longer dismiss the fact that more and more people are working from home, and the reasons need no explanation. However, even though remote employees report being happier at work and feel more valued, it doesn’t mean you should leave them out in the cold.  I was recently asked by a senior executive

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Why your workspace is vital for productivity

We spend so much time at work; we should make it enjoyable. An employee’s Workplace Experience affects their state of mind and really plays a significant role in their psychological well-being, creativity and ultimately, their productivity. One of the biggest drivers of the remote workforce is that remote employees can produce better results than their

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Co-working, an inspiration for effective workspaces

There’s a correlation between personal interactions, performance, and innovation and in Silicon Valley Facebook, Yahoo and Google have designed their ways of working to maximise chance encounters. Nina Fountain, the founder of Transformed Teams, agrees that creative ideas aren’t going to happen behind a computer, but how can businesses create a Workplace Experience that sparks

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The wonder of workplace wellbeing

There is a growing understanding of the impact of stress and busy lives on our health, so it’s not surprising that leadership teams are looking to create a Workplace Experience that benefits the wellbeing of their teams. Here Nina Fountain, founder of Transformed Teams, uncovers how leadership teams can shape an attractive workplace, and improve

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Enabling Activity-Based Working (ABW)

Activity-Based Working (ABW) or agile working is a transformational workplace strategy that can create organisational benefits in  productivity, collaboration, achieving strategic objectives and corporate vision, and the wellbeing of employees. But if leadership teams fail to manage it with people in mind first and foremost, there is a risk that the benefits of ABW won’t be

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Are you offering staggered work hours yet?

For most of the 20th century, people went to offices in cars the way parts were carried along a conveyor belt – predictably, almost uniformly. Then in the 1970s a cheeky Astronaut – Jack Nilles – proposed that working from home could revolutionise productivity and reduce strain on infrastructure – an apparent win-win. His idea

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Three strategies to achieve teamwork in a crisis

New Zealand was recently hit with a 7.8 earthquake that rocked Wellington city to such an extent that 11% of the buildings in the CBD were affected. Many of them closed for business. That left teams working from home or scrambling to find new ways of working. Leadership teams weren’t prepared to be developing workplace

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