Workplace wellness programs as we know them aren’t working. Based on two years of research with hundreds of leaders across multiple industries, the findings are a wake-up call. In the book, Dr. Michael O’Neill, a Senior Research Strategist at Haworth, explains the concept of behavioral economics and explores the connection between workspace design and employee well-being that goes beyond physical health.
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DESIGN FOR THE WORKSPACE NUDGE
Learn how to design specific cues within the workspace to nudge people into healthier behaviors.
Promote Organizational Well-Being
Discover how office design features, interior architecture, furnishings, and technology can be designed to “nudge” people towards behaviors and decisions that reduce stress and positively influence their well-being.
About the Authors
Dr. Michael O'Neill
Dr. Michael O'Neill holds a B.A. in psychology, an M. Arch and Ph.D. in Architecture. With 20+ years in the industry, Michael is based in the US as the Lead for Haworth's Research, Workplace Strategy, and Business Intelligence departments. Workplace Research takes a broad global perspective to identify future trends and offer practical insights for workspace strategy, planning, and products.
Rex Miller is an internationally award winning author, respected futurist, elite coach, and compelling keynote speaker. His mindSHIFT process brings a unique crowdsourced approach to tackling complex leadership challenges. In partnership with Haworth, this process has won both the CoreNet Global Innovators Award and Industry Excellence Award.
Phil Williams has 30 years of industry experience and is recognized for his comprehensive approach. This includes his appreciation for the dynamics of building ownership and development, the nuance of design, the detail of engineering, the pace of commercial construction, and the discipline of facilities and operations. He serves as the Industry Chair for the Center for the Built Environment and is on the Boards of USGBC's Northern California Region.