Four Ideas to Bond with Your Team in a Coworking Space
In a sea of emerging co-working spaces, offices need to harbor a sense of community naturally weaved into its integral structure to provide experiences rather than just facilities. Communities thrive when they are built on cohesive networks, and to stand out as an ideal workspace, the experiences your co-working space provides must take root in the form of activities that enable members to establish healthy bonds.
How Introverts and Extroverts Function in a Coworking Space
Chemicals and science dictate how humans behave in social situations, and each individual’s brain is built differently. Extroverts for example, possess a low sensitivity to dopamine, and vice versa for introverts. This sensitivity decides their level of stimulation and hence behavior, in response to various external stimuli.
How to Decide Which Work Environment Is for You: Open vs. Private
From homes to offices, an “open floorplan” seems to be all the rage. There are no dividing walls, and people can see and hear everything, no matter where they are.
Tech companies and startups are pushing an open floorplan as a selling point to potential new hires. But are open environments all they’re cracked up to be? Recent studies find that private offices actually improve collaboration, contrary to popular belief.
Depending on the nature of your business, you’ll have to choose a floorplan that makes sense for you. It’s important to note that one size does not fit all when it comes to office layout. Keep reading to learn the pros and cons of each.
A Trick for Settings Goals You Can Actually Meet
It can be discouraging when your resolutions go off the rails after just a few weeks, but I promise it’s not too late to get back on track (sorry not sorry for two corny train references in one sentence). Anyway, here’s one thing I’m trying out this year to keep myself from feeling daunted by a lofty resolution: