Passionate. Driven. Innovative. Compassionate.
You are an executive a leader who steers your organisation, taking it to the next level and staying ahead of the challenges facing your industry. You make a mark on your company, bringing the right blend of business expertise, creativity, responsibility and connection with clients, team members, board members and the general public.
You are the face of your business or organisation, and you look and act the part.
So why not sit the part?
Executive Office Chairs: Seated in Style
Lets be honest. People judge us (and our organisation) by how we look. Of course theres more to impressions after that, but as a leader, you have a certain style that reflects who you are and what you represent. Your passion, commitment, creativity they all depend on intention. And it is this intention that must be present in everything you use to get the job done,including your executive office chairs.
The Power of the Ergonomic Comfort
Lets face it. As an executive, you likely spend endless hours cranking out the work at your desk. It would not be unusual for you to experience back, shoulders and neck pain, especially when sitting in same position for the greater part of a day.
Thats why you deserve to have the finest support from your head to your feet. Ergonomic chair design offers complete rest for your bodys main structure. The following are included in that physical structure:
Upper and lower back
Dont forget the handy swivel feature that offers an easy-to-move-around feature. You will be able to zip from one side of your workspace to the next without the need to extend and strain.
Shopping with Ergonomic Priorities
Its important to note that just because executive office chairs claim ergonomic comfort, doesnt mean that they are made with your body in mind. These chairs are not one-size-fits-all. Thats why its always a good idea to personally test drive the model or models in which you are interested.
Below are some helpful hints to get you started in your search:
An adjustable seat height that ranges from 40.6 to 53.3 cm from the floor.
Arms rests that allow your arms to reach the desks height without added extension or reach.
Thighs should be in a horizontal position with the floor to take any pressure off of the hips.
Feet should be able to rest in a flat position on the floor.
Backrests should range from 43.2 to 50.8 cm, allowing your back to rest easily against its padded support. There ought to be about 5 to 10 cm between the back of the knees and the seat of the chair.
Look for an adjustable chair tilt for added ease, no matter what task youre tackling during the day.
Lower lumbar support is incredibly valuable for overall physical comfort. Youll want a width of 30.5 to 48.3 cm, whether or not the backrest is attached to the seat or not.
Determine if your selection supports all of the structure points for your body. How does it support your head? Your neck? Your back, arms and hips? Is it the right depth, width, height and adjustability to provide pressure-free and pain-free workability? If not, move on to the next option.
Be prepared to do a lot of sitting, tilting and swivelling before you make your final decision. But eventually, youll find the right chair that will free you up to do what you do best.
Make Your Mark with Personalized Styling
Because executives are expected to stay ahead of current trends, you may be interested in selecting from a comprehensive selection of chair fabrics, upholsteries and leather grades. There are literally hundreds of designer-styled fabric upholsteries on the market that will personalize your executive seating selection.
And if you really want to go the extra mile, take advantage of complimentary add-ons, such as extensive executive desks, conference tables, workstations, reception components and storage modules for a complete look.