Presented by:
Dr. Margaret Gilchrist Serrato

Workplace Strategist
Herman Miller, Inc.

Monday, May 13, 2013
2:00-3:00 PM EST

Credit You Can Earn
This webinar is accredited for AIA 1.0 Learning Unit and 0.1 IDCEC (IIDA/ASID) Continuing Education Unit.

Event Abstract
This interactive session explores how the physical environment can facilitate or inhibit behaviors that are linked to creative function and innovation. In this webinar, we will:

  • Discuss the dimensions of creativity between discovery to synthesis and solitary work to interaction.
  • Explain the creativity link with how the brain works.
  • Discuss the ways that a physical work environment can foster the creative process by designing spaces that are more sensory stimulating and have a variety of visual cues that support creativity.

About the Presenter
With over twenty years of research and design experience, Margaret has a special focus on creating high-performance teaching and learning environments. Her education is in architecture, interior design, and environmental psychology. Her PhD in architecture, culture and human behavior enables her to provide dynamic strategic planning for learning institutions. Margaret brings a unique perspective as a life-long learner and student, enhanced by more than fourteen years as a college level instructor.

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