Beyond U-Hauls: How
moving can empower
Let’s face it: moving is a lot of work. Whether you’re moving into a new home or moving your company into a new office space, this life transition rarely happens without a serious effort form multiple people.
Moving locations can be especially challenging for businesses, but there is some good news: when you relocate your business, you get the chance to update your space to stay aligned with the message you want to portray about your company. Plus, with careful planning and thoughtful design, you can promote partnership and togetherness – two tenets we hold highly.
At Inspired Results, we’ve been through this transformational experience firsthand – read more about how we seized the opportunity to showcase our brand and strengthen relationships in the moving process!
Facing resistance and seeing value
In the planning stages, it’s easy to become overwhelmed with variables like cost, employee happiness, and client retention. Not to mention, questions and input from your team can fly faster than Maverick in Top Gun:
“Can we get overhead music piped in?”
“What about sit-and-stand desks?”
“What do you think about a nap station?”
It’s true that a big move can present opportunities for some enviable features. But it’s more important to remember that when you move, you are given the chance to design something completely new that is reflective of your brand and engaging for your employees.
From this perspective, a collaborative and enjoyable workplace can seriously pay off. According to a recent Gallup poll, higher workplace engagement leads to 37% lower absenteeism, 41% fewer safety incidents, and 41% fewer quality defects.
Explore our brand-worthy space
Earlier this year, we found ourselves in a great position for a transformational office change at Inspired Results. After bringing three companies together under one new brand, we were in great need of a new home. Instead of looking at this transition as a merely tactical move, we saw it as a way to create a space that represents Inspired Results and our brand story. After all, we spend our days executing our clients’ brands – why not use our own solutions to make our space fully reflective our core beliefs and brand?