What does your desk say about you?
Are you messy? Obsessively tidy? Do you customise your office space?
They often say “A tidy desk, a tidy mind,” but is the working environment and design aspect of your office environment positively encouraging a workable desk policy?
At Rapport, we work closely with Lily Bernheimer, our Workspace Analyst, alongside our clients to monitor their current workspace using behaviour mapping methodologies and quantitive surveys. These methods help to identify opportunities to promote productivity, inclusivity, physical health and well-being, while anticipating future growth or consolidation needs.
The process of redesigning a space typically involves some element of behaviour change, whether it is drawing people into engaging within the urban space, encouraging them to recycle, or transitioning from a traditional office layout to hot-desking.
We leverage psychological evidence to help you plan for successful behaviour change, and make the process run smoothly by facilitating user engagement and feedback.
By collaborating with our designers to encourage desired behaviours through messaging, visual cues, and layout design, we adopt a community-based social marketing approach to behaviour change.
About Lily: As an environmental psychologist, consultant and researcher Lily Bernheimer has been working in human-centred design since 2007.
Her specialisms include behaviour change, agile workspaces and qualitative research.
*Technology & Employees – How Will They Affect The Future Workplace?
*Our interview with Lily on The Future Workplace
*Rapport Launches Design & Workspace Analysis Service with Lily Bernheimer
You can speak with Rapport on; 01252 712590 or email us for advice on utilising your current space, an office move, design or fit-out at; firstname.lastname@example.org
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