Standing up to a sitting culture

How to create active spaces for well-being, comfort and productivity

For many of today’s corporate workers and students, furniture is contributing to a severe increase in inactivity. The ripple effect of sedentary behavior impacts engagement and performance, as well as short and long-term health. But architects, designers and furniture resellers have other options beyond traditional, sedentary furniture to outfit new and existing spaces.

In this webinar on April 10 at 1 p.m. EDT/12 p.m. CDT hosted by Ergotron’s Wellness Market Manager, Betsey Banker, CWWS, CWWPM, you will learn how to include movement-friendly furniture in designs and how to evaluate sit-stand workstations for safety and ergonomics. As an added bonus, you will also qualify for AIA and/or IIDA CEUs for your participation!

At the end of the course, you will be able to:

· Recognize how bias, culture and design influence sedentary behavior

· Talk to customers about the many benefits of an active workstyle or learnstyle

· Evaluate sit-stand furniture for quality, safety and proper ergonomics

Don’t miss your chance to harness the power of movement and earn CEUs along the way. Register today.

Have questions? Send them in advance to @ergotron using #SitStandSwitch.


With over a decade of experience working for a leading manufacturer of ergonomic and sit-stand display mount solutions, Betsey has experienced firsthand the transformative impact that movement can have on worker well-being. [read full bio]