What was Norman Foster knighted for?

What was Norman Foster knighted for?

The recipient of numerous awards for his work—including the Pritzker Prize (1999), the Japan Art Association's Praemium Imperiale prize for architecture (2002), and the Aga Khan Award (2007) for his design of the Petronas University of Technology in Malaysia—Foster was knighted in 1990 and was granted a life peerage in ...

What should I buy for the office?

Our Favorite Cool Office Supplies And Gadgets:

  • Work • Space • Spark Home Office Box.
  • A mini USB vacuum.
  • Zen in a package.
  • An otter tape dispenser.
  • Pens that nobody will want to burrow.
  • An extra hand.
  • A desk set in bold colors.
  • A Dammit doll.

How can I make my office interesting?

They are:

  1. Create "happiness-boosting traditions" with your coworkers. ...
  2. Take a few minutes every day to get up and walk around. ...
  3. Make your workspace a place you enjoy being. ...
  4. Laugh. ...
  5. Compliment someone every day. ...
  6. Check in with your colleagues and your network. ...
  7. Be appreciative. ...
  8. Create or join an office team or club.

How can I make my office better?

Good luck!

  1. Get to work 20 minutes earlier than normal. You probably read that and went, "WTF? ...
  2. Bring food with you. ...
  3. Schedule breaks throughout the day. ...
  4. Invest in something to help your back. ...
  5. Leave a cozy blanket in the office. ...
  6. Buy cute office supplies. ...
  7. Put up at least one picture of loved ones. ...
  8. Get yourself an air plant.

How do I keep my staff happy?

Here are 12 ways to keep your team happy without offering raises.

  1. Prioritize work-life balance. ...
  2. Make employees part of the big picture. ...
  3. Be transparent and honest. ...
  4. Offer more vacation time. ...
  5. Encourage communication in common areas. ...
  6. Create a career pathway. ...
  7. Promote a positive work environment. ...
  8. Build employees up.

Why do good employees leave?

Lack of support. An unhealthy workplace environment (or company culture) A disconnect with company values. Seeing other high-quality employees leave.