The Ultimate Workplace
“a peaceful space” focuses on human centered programs that promote collaborative connections between the individual employee, the team and the workspace.
Leadership + Well-Being + Well Design = Well WorkplaceWorkplace Strategy, Design and Management Consulting
Taking a wholistic view of employee development, our work involves empathetic leadership, human-centered workplace strategies and well design. Our services include assessments, workshops, coaching and well-design.
The Well Workspace
We facilitate discussion and collaboration with teams to develop workspace designs that foster communication, collaboration, creativity and well-being. The results are enhanced productivity, resilience, well-being and business growth.
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New concepts in interior spaces are emerging as rapidly as the technology we use to work within them. We continue to research and understand the impact of or interiors on our health and well-being. We spend roughly 90% of our time indoors, disconnected often from what...
Mindfulness is the basic human ability to be fully present, aware of what we are doing, thinking and feeling and not become overly reactive or overwhelmed by what is going on around us. - Mindful.org Several months ago, I assumed responsibility for...
The driving forces of exceptional leadership are desire, self-awareness and, most important, compassion. Effective leadership cannot prevail under negative circumstances such as putdowns, dishonesty, demands, frustration, denigration, manipulation, fear or micromanagement.
Thinking in absolutes and holding to convictions without ever considering the viewpoints and perspectives of others is counterproductive to peace. While this may be convenient because it allows you to act with the confidence of absolute conviction, it blocks other realities in the world and can easily lead to conflict and divisiveness. It is hard work to remain open-minded but far more rewarding because it transforms you and promotes a lightness of being.
How often have you rushed out the door and into your day without even thinking about how you’d like things to go? Before you know it, something or someone has rubbed you the wrong way, and you’ve reacted automatically with frustration, impatience, or rage—in other words, you’ve found yourself acting in a way you never intended.
We all do it! We wake up in the morning thinking about what we need to accomplish in the hours ahead of us. Or we mull over the details of what happened to us the day before – good and bad. It’s the kids, or an ailing parent, or bills that need to get paid. It’s an inconsiderate manager or coworker, or a nagging headache.
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