SHAPE SUPPORTS WORKSPACE LEADERS
TO MAKE IMPACTFUL CHANGE THROUGH
HIGH-PERFORMING WORK ENVIRONMENTS
We work with FTSE-NASDAQ 500 companies, high-growth SMEs and government departments, helping them to understand and implement the use of physical space as a strategic tool for business
"85% of employees across the globe aren’t engaged at work. Altogether, disengaged employees cost businesses
$7 trillion annually in lost productivity"
Gallup: State of the Global Workplace, 2017
ORGANISATIONS LOSE MONEY EVERY YEAR AS A RESULT OF POORLY CONSIDERED PHYSICAL SPACE
Key factors are low employee engagement, high competition for talent, and difficulty defining the right balance of flexibility and stability in a technologically driven and ever-changing world.
We know that change is a constant in today’s world, but we believe that some moments are more powerful than others for influencing real, sustainable change.
We’ve created programmes for powerful moments in an organisation's journey:
When moments of inspiration strike, make space to unlock the genius.
When the moment feels right to ditch the desk and get dynamic.
When you’re bursting at the seams. It’s one of those growth spurt moments.
It’s that “‘stay or should we go” moment. It doesn’t have to be awkward,
sometimes it’s just good to leave.
THIS WILL ROTATE BETWEEN LATEST BLOG STYLE 'THINKING' POST, PODCAST AND VIDEO TOUR. PODCAST WILL INCLUDE LINK TO 'WORKOLOGY' PODCAST SERIES ON SOUNDCLOUD/ITUNES AND VIDEO WILL LINK TO 'I WISH I WORKED THERE!' CHANNEL ON YOUTUBE...
I Wish I Worked There!
'I Wish I Worked There!' reveals the world's most inspiring and innovative places to work, investigating twenty famous brands that place innovation at the heart of their culture.
Spaces For Innovation
'Spaces For Innovation' explains the relationship between the physical design of working environments and levels of creativity and innovation.
Based on latest evidence,
this book identifies the physical characteristics of workspaces that are associated with high innovation potential and determine why
they have an effect.