Is your workspace design helping or hindering your people’s potential?

Workspace Design Strategies

We provide consultancy on how to create a workspace that unlocks potential and improves performance by harnessing insights from neuroscience, behavioural science and ergonomics.

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The workspace in which people work can help or hinder their performance.

People’s physical workspace can make the difference between average performance and exceptional performance. However, many organisations view their workspaces simply as places to work and so they aren’t optimised into environments where people can do their best work.  When this happens then…

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People can’t collaborate well and silos form.

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It’s harder to create and sustain a strong culture.

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People’s thinking states are limited by the lack of flexibility in their environment.

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Opportunities for informal learning are restricted by the physical space.

…and the performance of your organisation suffers as a result. You can change this by partnering with Synaptic Potential and creating engaging and inspiring workspaces that people want to work in and that are intentionally designed to unlock their Whole Brain Potential™ .

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Organisational Workspace design starts with knowing habits, mindsets and culture that you are wanting to create.

Do you want to make some changes to the workspaces in your organisation but aren’t sure where to start?

Are you undergoing a major transformation in your workspace layout or design?

Whatever changes you want to make, we believe that the workspace design should be guided by the habits, mindsets and culture that you want to create in your team or organisation, not just what the space looks like or its state-of-the-art facilities. 

The fields of neuroscience, behavioural science and ergonomics provide us with insights about the environments that can best unlock people’s potential by triggering the high performing neural environments that allow people to perform at their best.

“In an era where hybrid working has become the norm creating an environment that people want to be in, more than they want to be at home, is completely critical”

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Get guidance on your Workspace Strategies

We offer consultancy on how to optimise your organisational workspace in a way that allows your people to perform at their best and that’s aligned with your overall people strategies. Using our Hallmarks of High Performance model, we help you reimagine the culture, habits and mindframes that you want your workspace to facilitate and reinforce. We provide you with evidence based insights to support your decision-making process to ensure that the end result is a workspace that is optimised for how your people work best.

We offer insights and guidance on the optimisation of workspace design and layout in the context of unlocking people’s work potential and performance for the following types of projects:

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Creating a completely new workspace from scratch

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Refurbishing an existing workspaces

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Changing the layout of design of your current workspaces

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Home working workspaces

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The impact  of the workspace environment

Science shows there are many environmental factors that can make a difference to people’s work performance. Examples of the kinds of topics that we can advise on include:

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Power of nature

What is the real impact of bringing nature inside?

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Open plan vs rooms vs thinking spaces

What’s best for collaboration, creativity  feedback, coaching, wellbeing and deep focus?

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Break out areas

What helps people to recharge and connect with colleagues?

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Sensory Ambience

How does temperature, colour, lighting, smell or sound have an impact?

By partnering with us, you’ll have the confidence that your investment in a new workspace design or layout is intentionally supporting how people’s brains work, rather than just to look good.

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