We see a future of work in which workplaces will be deliberately designed to foster deep work and support human health and wellbeing. Rather than humans being the ones that need to adapt to the working environment, we believe workspaces should be capable of being adaptable and that the most desirable companies for talent in the future will be operated by companies that believe in designing responsive workplaces.
JLL is a pioneer in strategies to deploy next-generation technology, underpinned by data analytics, to design spaces and work experiences that enable working people “to be a better version of themselves.”
To be even more agile and precise in choreographing work experiences for dynamic environments, JLL is taking its human-centric mission to a higher level through its partnership with neuroscience pioneers, EMOTIV.
Using state-of-the-art technology that enables precision real-time insights into cognitive and emotional states through electroencephalography (EEG), JLL, together with EMOTIV, are looking to understand and shape the future of workspaces like never before.
Through a series of studies measuring where and how employees can enhance performance and better manage health and well-being in the workplace, we’ll explore how to bring together human insight and technology to shape a better future for our clients.
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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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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Game changing technology helps us understand how the human mind responds to the workplace environmentOur partners, neuroinformatics firm EMOTIV discuss how their technology helps us understand how our brains reacts to different work environments and how we can apply these insights to workplace design and workforce strategy.
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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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