What makes our Spaces so great?
The key to a successful problem solving session or effective meeting is finding a Space that provides all the right tools to allow your team to explore and share new ideas. Space Between addresses the five main elements of success:
1. Stimulate: Get Inspired
Rigid corporate spaces enforce uniformity while creative spaces knock down barriers to free-form thinking. When the Space is stimulating you’ll get your creative thinking kickstarted. Creative workspaces touch physical, mental and emotional chords and foster innovation and originality, letting people attack problems more effectively.
2. Cooperate: Get Together
You can’t solve problems unless you get full cooperation. When the Space encourages everyone to work together you’ll be able to exchange and build on ideas so you can develop the best solutions. Leaving egos and pre-conceived notions at the door is crucial to full involvement.
3. Reverberate: Get Thinking
The best ideas take time to develop and refine. The Space needs to allow you to reflect on the pros and cons, bounce ideas off of each other, and then come away with the best possible solution. You should also be able to bounce the ideas off the wall – and we’ve got plenty of blackboards, whiteboards and other options to make the great ones stick.
4. Facilitate: Get Going
Sometimes you need an outside voice to help guide you on your way to success. We offer a wide range of facilitators who are experts at running focus groups, brainstorming sessions, creative problem solving and more. The result? A work session that delivers true results.
5. recreate: Get Loose
Time isn’t the only thing that flies when you’re having fun. Ideas and innovations fly all over when you’re working in a Space that is comfortable and encouraging. And our after-hours activities guarantee teamwork and collaboration in a fun, relaxed setting.
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