Move aside Google. The National Conference Center is taking on some of your traits. Some of the best companies out there are known for pampering their employees, fostering collaboration and providing space and design for brainstorming. After a manager spoke about wanting a designated area for employees to have “quiet time” – our sales team was introduced to a “quiet lounge” or the “quiet room.” Today at the opening of the “quiet room,” we renamed it “quite-a-room.” The room was adorned in post-its for what our sales managers hope to see in the room, rules as well as uses for the lounge.
Similar to meeting attendees, employees want space to brainstorm and relax.
Ideas are already flowing in our new lounge
The quiet lounge wasn’t so quiet today
If you created a lounge in your work place, what would you use it for? How do lounges help you in the workplace? Read more about space and design for conferences in our fall white paper – The Future of Conferences: How Certain Conference Innovators Are Winning.