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The Human Side: Week 7 - Support Positive Psychology and Well Being

Posted by Graham Kirkwood on 11 February 2014 | 0 Comments

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Resource Architecture was lucky to be invited to attend a private Q&A session at Geelong Grammar School with international thought leader in positive psychology and wellbeing, Martin Seligman from the University of Pennsylvania. Martin was a keynote speaker at the recent Australian Positive Psychology and Well-being conference in Melbourne.  He also gave a public lecture at the Melbourne Town hall which was a sell-out.

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The Human Side: Week 6 - Encourage Physical Activity in Ergonomics for Health and Productivity

Posted by Mary Beth Caccitolo on 30 October 2013 | 0 Comments

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Technology has made us the most sedentary humans in history and new devices as well as work settings are putting us in postures that compromise our health.  One of the most important factors that will provide a high return on the investment in your workplace and people is promoting employee physical health and well-being because of it's direct effect on work performance. The solution is simple to help manage the negative health effects and doesn’t come with the price tag of the latest, most advanced “ergonomic” product.

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The Human Side: Week 5 - Fulling the Brand Promise

Posted by Mary Beth Caccitolo on 29 August 2013 | 0 Comments

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When a client reaches for the door of a reception, they may have a preconception of the company. The reception and all the proceeding touch points a client (or any visitor) experiences in their journey through the space is an opportunity to set their preconception straight. One of the most effective touch points to reinforce the brand is through human interface. Having protocols in place of how employees treat customers in these face-to-face interactions is an operative way to convey your brand and should not be over-looked. However, the design of the physical space should support employees in easily acting out these behaviors and fulfilling the brand promise. The design can also provide other effective touch points to help form the overall experience.

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