I've read two interesting articles this week that both reference the need for a 'third place' away from home and your workspace. One was from Norman Foster who is currently working on a work hub and retreat in Switzerland. The discourse has taken me back to a blog that I wrote in 2016 entitled … Continue reading The ‘third place’ and coworking spaces
There have been some interesting studies recently highlighting the good and bad sides of working from home. During this third lockdown it's proving difficult to feel a one-ness with our coworkers. A study by Leesman has highlighted that 55% of respondents feel disconnected from their colleagues. Can you relate to this? What other frustrations are … Continue reading What would you like when you return to the Office?
Our reaction time can be defined as the time the body takes to respond to a given stimulus. In sport an athlete's ability to respond quickly is critical to success in the game. There are two elements, the simple reaction time which is biological and defined by an individual's nerve connections and signal pathways. It's … Continue reading How we can improve our reaction times
If you know someone who is planning to use a coworking office next year and you still haven't got them a Christmas present then maybe I can help. Here's my top 4 gifts for the on the move worker. Headphones - I've seen the increase in popularity of these over the last decade. It's no … Continue reading Present Ideas for Coworkers