In this episode, focusing on the business of wellbeing, I speak to Lucinda Pullinger, the Global HR Head of a forward-thinking real estate company, Instant, who are "rethinking the working space". We discuss the changing face of the workplace, the importance of cultivating a human landscape, and putting people first. We discuss the new era of 'activity-based' working and the idea of designing and optimising our workspace, and what Lucinda refers to as "the hub and spoke model". The hub represents our central city office, with the spokes developing in out of town office centres such as the suburbs and shires, based on a campus model, with lifestyle and wellbeing very much integrated. Lucinda also points out that wellbeing is a commercial necessity for modern business and not simply a box to tick.
Find out more about Instant and their work here.