Workplace performance, environmental satisfaction linked
Neuroscience-informed workplace design increases the likelihood that users are happy, healthy, wealthy (at least in spirit) and wise. Offices where quality-of-life and performance are compromised predictably slip away from what’s advantageous because they ignore one (or more) of ten science-based workplace design rules.
Boosting performance and satisfaction
Researchers continue to investigate the effects of carbon dioxide levels on human thinking and behavior.
The Lighting Research Center (LRC: Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute) is making available, at the YouTube address noted below, a short tutorial on the best lighting for at-home video conferences; the insights shared by this prestigious research team are also applicable in conference rooms at employer owned/managed facilities.
Elevating wellbeing and performance
Warmer is not better
Effects on cognitive performance
Implications for complex tasks
Weir reports on the findings of numerous studies that have established the psychological value of nature-based experiences.