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How To Increase Employee Engagement Through Culture & Design

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How To Increase Employee Engagement Through Culture & Design

  1. 1. HOW TO INCREASE THROUGH CULTURE & DESIGN EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENT
  2. 2. Workforce disengagement costs an estimated one trillion dollars per year. People represent 82% of your company’s operating costs, so wouldn’t you want to have the most engaged workforce possible? Source: Partnership to Fight Chronic Disease, 2007: Gallup, 2013
  3. 3. Nearly 70% of employees are disengaged at work. Source: Gallup 2016 70% disengaged 30% engagedWhen the majority of your workforce is disengaged, it has a significant impact on your organization’s bottom line.
  4. 4. Engaged teams provide significant benefits to a business: Source: Gallup 2016 • Lower rates of turnover and absenteeism • Fewer safety incidents • Less shrinkage (loss or damage of inventory) • Higher rates of productivity and profitability 41% Less Absenteeism 70% Fewer Safety Incidents 28% Less Shrinkage Less Turnover 59% Greater Profitability 21% Higher Productivity 17%
  5. 5. Culture is the catalyst for engagement, collaboration, and innovation. Companies that embrace culture are in a better position to attract and retain top talent.
  6. 6. Research suggests that architecture, interior design, and furnishings provide a tangible way to support—or even change—the culture of an organization. Source: Change Your Space, Change Your Culture: How Engaging Workspaces Lead to Transformation and Growth, 2014
  7. 7. Haworth can help connect your space with your culture. Managing culture sets the stage for an organization’s future.
  8. 8. Haworth uses the Competing Values Framework to help organizations define their cultures and create appropriate workspaces. Internal External Flexible Breakt hrough Long-term D evelopment Increm ental Short-term P erformance Focused Collaborate (Clan) do things together Create (Adhocracy) do things first Control (Hierarchy) do things right Compete (Market) do things fast
  9. 9. Collaborate Collaborate Culture Focused on team building and supports a work environment that demonstrates flexibility, concern for people, and sensitivity for customers.
  10. 10. Create Culture Focused on doing things first by differentiating itself externally with a high degree of experimentation and individuality.
  11. 11. Control Control Culture Focused on doing things right through internal procedure with a need for stability and control.
  12. 12. Compete Compete Culture Focused on doing things fast through external competition with a focus on results.
  13. 13. Space is an investment in your people. When leaders make the important connection between space and organizational culture, it pays dividends, especially in attraction, retention, and engagement of top talent.
  14. 14. Mountain Equipment Co-op (MEC) Ash Brokerage Take a look at how these companies designed inspiring spaces with culture in mind, where people can do their best work.
  15. 15. MEC’s innovative new workplace supports creativity and collaboration. The organization’s culture and values are embodied in the design, providing a healthy, inspiring space where people can do their best work.
  16. 16. Ash Brokerage is now an open, inviting, collaborative, bright, and inspiring place to work. There is a feeling of camaraderie and connectivity that can be directly correlated with the company’s culture.
  17. 17. How are you evolving your culture?
  18. 18. Learn more at haworth.com.

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