We must design workplaces that support engagement and wellbeing to increase organizational performance.


We understand that when people can come together with a shared purpose in a place that delivers not only what they want, but the things they need, it can activate engagement by enhancing their physical, cognitive and emotional wellbeing.

These places need to be designed as destinations that offer users choice and control over where and how they work, incorporating a palette of places that support a range of postures, presence and privacy and offer a balance of places for “I” work and “we” work, with some that are “owned” and some that are “shared.”



Essentially, the office needs to become an ecosystem of interconnected and interdependent spaces that support the physical, cognitive and emotional wellbeing of people, and that’s how place can help to improve engagement and organizational performance

That’s the power of place.