I work for a architecture design firm, but this is a business book I'm publishing independently
¿A qué sector dirías que pertenece tu empresa?
Negocios y consultoría
Cuéntanos a qué tipo de público quieres llegar
My book is called The Healthy Workplace: How to Improve Engagement, Productivity and the Bottom Line by Improving Employee Health will be published by AMACOM, likely coming out this spring. The book targets business owners and leaders responsible for the health and wellness of their employees.
Though much of the book does cover space and the design of space, it's really about health of employees in general - about ways to reduce stress, improve nutrition, increase movement, improve sleep - all by changing behaviors during the workday. The book emphasizes again and again how having healthy employees not only saves money, but increases revenue. There are several case studies that prove this out.
More information about the book and it's contents in brief here: http://leighstringer.com/2015/07/30…-the-book/. I also have a Facebook page that might give you a sense of the kinds of tips and strategies the book provides: Facebook.com/TheHealthyWorkplaceBook
¿Qué te inspira y qué diseño imaginas para tu empresa?
The book should have the book title and subtitle, and my name, Leigh Stringer, LEED AP.
I am a big fan of clean graphics that really tell the story and stick with you. I really like Seth Godin's "Purple Cow," Chip and Dan Health's "Made to Stick," Steven Leavitt's "Freakanomics." I'm kind of thinking of a graphic that might weave together health and productivity, but creativity is welcomed.
My previous book is called "The Green Workplace." I liked the simple graphic, but it didn't really mean anything... paperclip? It was what the publisher came up with, so I'm trying to get ahead of them this time.
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