Match The Office Tables In A Sydney Office With Matching Colour Schemes

Sydney is an energetic city which is buzzing with activity all 24 hours of the day. It has been registered as one of the largest cities in Australia and has thousands of people visiting especially to view the sail designed Sydney Opera House. Waterside life provides a great respite to the exhausted office goers and they often head to the Circular Quay Port, Massive Darling Harbour and the Arched Harbour Bridge for some de-stressing gazing. The city and suburbs is a center for activities and people work five days of the week and spend the weekend relaxing and having fun.

Planning a business meeting with important clients? Your office needs to make the perfect impression and signature impact on the audiences visiting. This can be achieved by displaying furniture and utilising the available office space smartly. Office operations can be carried out smoothly by carrying out official activities on an ideal office table, proper space utilization, spreading out practical chairs, lamps, storage cabinets and other small furniture items.

The main focus of official space is office tables and they need to be chosen very carefully, let’s read on why?

Flexible and customised working office tables in Sydney can make the working area exciting and comfortable. There was a time when people used to randomly pick up standardised office tables in Sydney but their rigid and inflexible looks were not aesthetically appealing.
The best way to bring about a change in the office furniture is to get distinctive and innovative tables and chairs for the offices which are practical and attractive at the same time. Let your office mates benefit from the custom made comfortable and hands-on table because they are going to spend hours bent over it.
The drab workplace can look extremely striking with a smart innovatively designed office table, so why not go for it? You are going to have hundreds of people visiting your office for business purposes and the first impression made by your workplace will be the last.
The user benefits the maximum in a relaxed working environment. Your classy and durable office table will lay the foundation for creative ideas and high energy levels. Try to add in a public address system so that you don’t have to break the tempo of anyone’s work.
The office table should be perfectly sized so that it does not encroach on the room and it should permit comfortable sitting so that there is no excessive strain on the back of the person slogging over it. Official work takes hours and hours and you need to relax your back, legs and arms at intervals.
The table also needs to have a lot of drawers so that the office paraphernalia, documents, and other materials are at hand and can be easily accessed.
Get a customised office table that matches with the interior of your office, so that it blends in well with the general ambiance of your company’s color scheme and inside design.

An Old-School Thank You Is Still a Brilliant Move

Want to know one of the best ways to get someone’s attention?

Send them a thank you–in the mail.

My team and I are always saying “thank you” in our business. In fact, one of the most successful activities we have done as it relates to business development is to send an initial email about the work we do and if people click into the links for more information, we follow-up with a thank you.

Human nature is often consistent, and the fact of the matter is that people appreciate being thanked for taking a few moments of their time to do what you want them to do.

Old-School Magic

Recently, we were in a meeting with a client with one of our clients in our marketing division, and we spoke about another technique that we use. A thank you in the mail with the personal touch. I’ve written about this in the past, but it works–well–and yet in the digital age, so many people hear that this is an excellent way to communicate with older audiences above the age of 40, which is almost like magic, but they never try it out for themselves.

Job Interview Follow-up

I know that Millennials seem to think that putting pen to paper is one of the worst things they can do; it’s like going to the dentist. Maybe even worse! But, not too long ago, I heard about a Millennial that interviewed with a manager that was in his 50′s. Like any smart interviewee, he knew that he had to follow-up on an excellent interview with an acknowledgment. But, he didn’t send the email as we expect in today’s day and age.

Instead, he penned a note into a professional card and then walked it over to the UPS office and sent it for overnight delivery. The manager received the personalized note card and not too long after–the candidate got the job.

Why did he get the job, aside from the fact that he was a talented candidate?

He got the job, it turns out, when the manager told him later when he was working on staff, that the manager appreciated the receipt of the personalized card. The candidate edged out other talented and qualified candidates because he went a step further and did it creatively.

It demonstrated the job candidate was serious about the job.
The personalized note, which was taken to UPS, set the candidate apart from the rest and showed the manager he was willing to go the extra mile.
Finally, and very importantly, Generation X grew up receiving mail from the postman–not emails. So, the manager told the candidate he hired that it demonstrated he understood what resonated with him. And, since the job was in sales, the candidate proved that he was willing to understand what motivated the other person, and not limit himself to what he preferred.

Biggest Mistake Millennials & Gen Z Make in Business

I’m going to call out Millennials and Generation Z in this article because there is something that I’ve noticed. It’s not limited to their generation and others before them have done it. I’ve seen that often the “thank you” is lost; forget about a note in the post. I can’t tell you the number of times candidates come and meet with my managers and don’t bother to follow-up in any way. It’s such a small act that can make a big difference and it always surprises me that this straightforward thing is often overlooked.

Not too long ago, a successful business professional who was networked to money people happened to meet someone who impressed her. The young Millennial was creating a new business, and the successful professional was fascinated by the young entrepreneur’s platform for university students. The young entrepreneur sensed the senior professional’s excitement and asked for two to three contacts that she could be introduced to and who might consider investing in her business.

After that day, within a few hours, the young Millennial sent the senior executive a quick text. This was the extent of it, “Looking forward to meeting the two people you’d say you’d introduce me to!”

That was it.

The senior professional waited, expecting to hear a simple thank you. One day, two days, a week passed, and there was no other message from the young entrepreneur. The senior professional never did introduce the Millennial business owner.

Why?

The young professional had not mastered the art of a thank you, not to mention going above and beyond with a personalized note, and that didn’t impress the older (and networked) professional. Not in the slightest.

The best business professionals understand that success in business comes with relationship building. Always close with a “thank you,” and if you want to be successful with older professionals, try a little old-school thank you magic if that’s who you happen to be talking to and want to impress.