Now that we have seen how focus and collaboration impact workplace design, it’s time learn how the next work mode leaves its mark. Our next work mode is just that, learning. Every day is an opportunity to learn something new, expand our way of thinking, and come up with that ah-ha moment that leads to innovation. Providing employees with the tools they need to further their knowledge benefits everyone. The foundation of every great learning environment is comfortable furniture that complements, not hinders, the learning process. After all, who of us hasn’t found it hard to pay attention while sitting in an uncomfortable chair?
The assembly room at the Philip Morris Sabanci office in Turkey is a space designed for learning. Having the ability to host speakers and educational seminars at the office makes it easy to promote employee growth and development.
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A meeting space with dry erase board walls make it easy for brainstorming, coaching, and learning sessions with employees.
The Canadian Payroll Association in Toronto understands the importance of a dedicated learning space. Their new office features an area designed specifically for professional development.
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Updating your office to include space for learning? Office Star Products offers a wide range of training tables and chairs to create an engaging learning environment.
Create completely customized room set ups for different educational activities with the multiple configurations of our Flip-Top Training Tables. The options include rectangular tables in three sizes, trapezoid tables and half-round tables, which fold up and nest together when not in use. The caster wheels make it easy to move for set up and knock down. Add in the ProLine II Deluxe ProGrid® Folding Chair and you have a set up for a productive and engaging learning environment.
Another option is the multipurpose PACE table collection. These modular components allow you to create a fully customized, dedicated training area for professional development.
Want to find out more? Contact us to see how we can help you create a comfortable, yet productive learning center for your staff.
How does your company incorporate areas for learning and development into the workplace? Let us know in the comments section below before you read on to find out about how the socialize work mode impacts modern workplace design in part four of our five part series.
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