In the current era of work, the boundary of our ‘workplaces’ have blurred
Imagine a future where your work environment isn't just a static setting, but a living, responsive entity, fine-tuned to foster creativity, well-being and performance. This isn't a sci-fi plot—it's the real-world vision that JLL, a trailblazer in the realms of real estate and human experience, is bringing to life.
What we need now, is a better understanding of how, when and where we do our best work. Not a singular push and pull debate on the location of our work.
We need to rethink our management approaches and workplaces to be more adaptive to the human needs of our employees, not the other way around. But how can we ensure that a workspace acts as a catalyst for productivity, creativity, and wellness, rather than a stress-inducing obstacle?
Unlock human potential with science
How JLL can help you design workspaces that improve engagement, creativity and business performance.
Creative Style Assessment
We provide assessment to determine what ‘creative style’ each individual is as we believe an employee's cognitive style influences their work habits and office preferences.
Human Experience Analytics
We use our proprietary ‘HX Analytics’ assessment to determine the gap between current and ideal conditions for high performers and creative knowledge workers.
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Unlocking Creative Potential in Hybrid Work
Discover how high-performance hybrid habits can transform your team's talent, experience, and innovation.
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Why the ‘Fourth Place’ in real estate should come first
How hybrid has forced a ‘rethink’ of the way we experience
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5 things neuroscience reveals about how we work
JLL's new study highlights when and where people are at their best
Tuning Into Brainwaves To Shape the Future of Work
Over a few days in Singapore, technologists from the US met with thought leaders from Asia-Pacific to study how spaces impact the way we work. Listening to neuroscience and diverse cultural needs, the results will offer a deep understanding of how—and where—people do their best work. Meet the futurists and business leaders turning to data to shape the future of work.
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Rethinking the way we work
JLL is working with EMOTIV to create an exclusive group to collaborate on hyper-focused projects to better understand how workplace design can empower workers to feel better and be more productive.
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Know Thyself? What Brain Science Reveals About Your Mind—and the Future of WorkA neurological study challenges widely held assumptions about the future of work, opening new paths to designing workplace strategies and experiences for wellbeing, focus and creativity
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First-of-its-kind study into neuroscience in the workplace helps us shape the future of workThrough neuroscience studies, JLL and their partner neuroinformatics firm EMOTIV continue to explore where and how employees can enhance performance and better manage health and well-being in the workplace.
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Our first-of-its-kind study featured on Channel News AsiaMental health has become an important focus in the workplace, Channel News Asia features our first-of-its-kind study unlocking real-time brain data to understand how humans do their best work while maintaining mental wellness.
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