The conference room is the heart of your business. It’s where your team brainstorms new ideas, makes important decisions, and celebrates big wins.
While the traditional conference room is designed to support in-person collaboration, today’s workforce is shifting to a hybrid model as more staff work from home. If you have a dispersed team, you’ll need to redesign your conference room to support collaboration between onsite and offsite workers.
Below are a few tips to consider as you reassess your commercial audio-video installation and conference room design to meet the new demands of your distributed team in Tampa, FL and beyond.
The traditional conference room typically features one long center table so that staff can face each other and conduct meaningful conversations. However, this setup excludes remote staff and can make them feel disconnected. Instead, consider a half-circle or horseshoe table that faces the room’s camera and monitor to encourage dialogue between all staff to help remote workers feel more included.