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travelling to and from the airport, providing access to the facilities in the hotel – whether that be the opportunity to enjoy some time in the spa, or a leisurely dinner in the hotel restaurant, and having the option to bring your partner along with you to provide company and support. The most important thing for me is to listen to my team and think: What would I expect from my employer? This leads me to wonder what


would happen if we were to take the benefits of this ‘transformative travel’ trend and incorporate its key attributes into our business travel? What results could we expect to see? By giving employees the space and opportunity to step outside of the norms of their daily lives and to reach beyond their comfort zones, it can impact on employee engagement, efficiency and overall satisfaction, which positively impacts a company as a whole.


Transformative travel for business travellers Here are some key ways you could adopt the ‘transformative travel’ trend for business travellers:


1. Business travellers have a higher risk of mental health issues, so offering your employees the option of an overnight stay while


attending an away day or conference can help them feel rested for the next day


2. Creating an inspiring setting for conferences and events can help increase creativity and positivity amongst employees, rather than being in a traditional, corporate setting


3. Insist on regular breaks during conference and events days, so there’s time to reflect and absorb information, as well as recharge to avoid burnout. Getting into the outdoors and experiencing exposure to nature is also proven to improve wellbeing, as per the Japanese mindfulness trend, ‘Shinrin-Yoku’ – ‘Forest Bathing’


4. If you’ve got a meeting scheduled, take it outside – walking meetings are a great way to get some exercise in the fresh air while encouraging some creative thinking. Having access to nature as part of the workday is associated with lower levels of perceived job stress and higher job satisfaction, so encouraging employees to take an outdoor break could help stress levels immensely


5. Encourage blowing off steam in more restorative ways than a boozy social, so teambuilding in the outdoors, spa treatments, yoga and fitness classes etc.


‘Shrinin-Yoku’, or ‘Forest Bathing’ is becoming a popular mindfulness trend


Premium, boutique, luxurious and featuring the latest technology, our facilities provide the perfect environment for market research, group discussions, formal business meetings to name but a few events.


All studio suites and meeting rooms are in completely self-contained wings giving our guests all the space and privacy they need.


At The Conservatory Studios, clients benefit from the latest audio-visual technology: from controllable high definition camera, live web streaming through to the latest FocusVision™ HD equipment.


Guests can enjoy dedicated relaxation areas, including an exterior patio; fully stocked mini-bar in all rooms, delicious and healthy made to order food; not to mention our own, free of charge, car park.


The heart and soul of our operation will always remain our wonderful team; for the past 15 years our managers and experienced studio assistants have been striving to make The Conservatory Studios feel like home from home for thousands of guests.


T: 0121 456 1188 W: www.theconservatorystudios.com 68 CHAMBERLINK April 2020


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