Personalities Play a Role in Workplace Design 11/20/2019 By Robert Nieminen 11 Shares Editor-at-Large Robert Nieminen discusses generational and personality differences and what role they play in the design of the workplace. Listen Now: Listen on your favorite app: Anchor | Apple Podcasts | Breaker | Castbox | Google | Overcast | Pocket Casts | Stitcher | TuneIn About the Author Robert Nieminen Chief Content Director Robert Nieminen is the Chief Content Director of interiors+sources and BUILDINGS media brands, and an award-winning writer, editor and design industry veteran with more than 20 years of experience in the publishing industry. He is the former Editor-in-Chief and Editor-at-Large of interiors+sources. Under his direction, the publication garnered multiple industry awards, including three Maggie Awards for Best Publication; a Folio: Eddie + Ozzie Award for Best B-to-B Website; and a Tabbie Award for Best B-to-B Website. Read more articles from this author Related Articles Why Fabric Matters When It Comes to Ergonomic Chairs Casual, Impromptu Meeting Spaces Are a Convention Center Design Trend How Will Our Spaces Change as We Continue to Practice Social Distancing?