5 Takeaways From WCWI’s Expert Contributor on
Workplace Environment, Policy, and Design
Businesses who make purposeful decisions around ways to support an employee’s well-being through the built environment, can see significant positive impacts on an individuals’ physical and mental health. This can result in increased productivity, job satisfaction and engagement −and make the difference in engagement efforts. WCWI’s Expert Contributor on Workplace Environment, Policy, and Design, Heather Turner Loth, is here to carry the conversation forward for WCWI Members.
As the Workplace Strategy Leader with Eppstein Uhen Architects (EUA), Heather believes in the power that connections make and is passionate about creating an engaged workplace. Learn more about Heather’s expertise and resources on workplace environment, policy, and design.
We asked Heather what her 5 lessons and resources are that she’s carrying into 2021. Here’s what she had to say:
1) Lesson 1: The Importance of Visual Cues in the Physical Space to Support Behaviors
2) Lesson 2: The Continued Need for Employee Connection and Identity
3) Lesson 3: The Answer to the Chicken or the Egg Question and How Physical Space Influences Culture
4) Recommended Resource: Corenet Global Post-Pandemic Hackathons and specifically the Well-Being Hackathon Results
5) Recommended Resource: All Things Brene Brown
RESOURCES ON WORKPLACE ENVIRONMENT, POLICY, AND DESIGN:
JOIN WCWI'S MEMBER RESOURCE GROUP
Thursday, January 28 at 2:00 PM
The Significance of Employee Wellbeing with WCWI's Expert Contributors
Join our January Member Resource Group for a collaborative discussion with our Expert Contributors as they share their niche expertise, perspectives on the future of employee wellbeing, and answer questions submitted by you through registration. Topics to be included are: culture, leadership, mental health, and workplace environment and design.
Lisa Grenfell, WELCOA Faculty
Assistant Director, Marketing & Membership
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