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The Business of Benefit

The desire to make a positive contribution and change things for the better is no longer at odds with corporate success, in fact it can propel your business to new heights.   According to the Harvard Business Review, 80% of the Fortune 100 tout their values publicly, and companies with a high sense of purpose outperform others by 400%. Over the break The Office Space has (re)defined what informs, drives and motivates all our actions in 2017 to create the best experience and future for you and for our working collective. You can see our values here – and you can hold us to them! We have also been taking cues from our incredible business community and this month we will share inspiring and practical examples of how they achieve meaningful change and true business success in their communities of influence. Read this month’s Thought piece from facilitator, speaker, published author, management consultant and all-round great guy, Blake Beattie. Discover five local Sydney experiences that can keep your health, well-being and stress levels in check in our Guide piece. Attend this month’s Insight to hear three purpose-driven individuals share their philosophies on putting value at the core of their business activities. Join our Workplace Wellness Program for 2017 with weekly bootcamp, monthly massages and discounted executive health checks from Equip partner Corporate Health Results. Become a Charity Connoisseur and discover 5 worthy causes to spend your time and money on with our Trend piece.

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