Research

Design a Workspace that Gives Extroverts Privacy, Too

Some of the most unlikely people have confessed to being introverts lately. One recent acquaintance–while chatting amiably during a pre-event networking session– leaned over to quietly tell me that she is actually an introvert. She felt she had to learn more extroverted behaviors to succeed in her career. And she’s not the only one.

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Wellbeing Thought Starters: Application Concepts

Informed by insights from our research, we’ve developed some settings that can be a catalyst for intentionally designing work environments that support the physical, cognitive and emotional needs of people at work.

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New working day (Coalesse)

Work has been freed. From offices. From telephone lines. From preconceptions about where it has to happen.

That trend is now a fact of life. Those workers are us. And Coalesse is an expression of that freedom – an award-winning brand of work furnishings in the rapidly growing category we call Crossover.

Crossover means homes and offices, meeting rooms and social spaces, private retreats and public places – the fluid intersections of work and life where boundaries are collapsing and creativity is roaming.

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Culture Code: Russia

The Steelcase WorkSpace Futures research study of 11 countries reveals what organizations need to know about the role of culture in high-performing global workplaces.

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