The meeting, so often held up to be an interrupter of a work day. This negative connotation that some people may hold against meetings, is perhaps born out of the fact that they usually take place in boring, uptight rooms that simply aren’t inspiring. As we know, meetings are a vital part of any organisation, not only do they allow for structures to be laid down and news to be shared, but it allows for ideas and collaboration to take place too.
With office interiors in London leading the way in innovative office design, their meeting rooms have become vibrant places to exist in; people actually want to be in meetings as it helps them to explore their creativity and work with others to essentially make the products/services they create to be better. This all leads to better job satisfaction, which as the key ingredient in catering for employee retention, is so often the ‘golden fleece to the Jason of Greek mythology’ in our quest to build a strong, sustainable business. Jason eventually achieved that difficult task of getting that golden fleece and if you run your own workplace in the South East, you can too.