post-title Creating Jobs and Workspaces That Energize People

Creating Jobs and Workspaces That Energize People

Creating Jobs and Workspaces That Energize People
Business Management Articles

1. N.E. Klepeis, W.C. Nelson, W.R. Ott, et al., “The National Human Activity Pattern Survey (NHAPS): A Resource for Assessing Exposure to Environmental Pollutants,” Journal of Exposure Analysis and Environmental Epidemiology 11, no. 3 (May-June 2001): 231-252.

2. E.O. Wilson, “Biophilia” (Cambridge, Massachusetts: Harvard University Press, 1984).

3. R.M. Ryan, N. Weinstein, J. Bernstein, et al., “Vitalizing Effects of Being Outdoors and in Nature,” Journal of Environmental Psychology 30, no. 2 (June 2010): 159-168; F. Beute and Y.A.W. de Kort, “Natural Resistance: Exposure to Nature and Self-Regulation, Mood, and Physiology After Ego-Depletion,” Journal of Environmental Psychology 40 (December 2014): 167-178; M.G. Berman, J. Jonides, and S. Kaplan, “The Cognitive Benefits of Interacting With Nature,” Psychological Science 19, no. 12 (December 2008): 1207-1212; and J.W. Zhang, P.K. Piff, R. Iyer, et al., “An Occasion for Unselfing: Beautiful Nature Leads to Prosociality,” Journal of Environmental Psychology 37 (March 2014): 61-72.

4. T. Hartig, R. Mitchell, S. de Vries, et al., “Nature and Health,” Annual Review of Public Health 35 (March 2014): 207-228; D.F. Shanahan, R. Bush, K.J. Gaston, et al., “Health Benefits From Nature Experiences Depend on Dose,” Scientific Reports 6 (June 2016); and F.E. Kuo and W.C. Sullivan, “Environment and Crime in the Inner City: Does Vegetation Reduce Crime?” Environment and Behavior 33, no. 3 (May 2001): 343-367.

5. A.C. Klotz and M.C. Bolino, “Bringing the Great Outdoors Into the Workplace: The Energizing Effect of Biophilic Work Design,” Academy of Management Review, forthcoming.

6. E. Seppälä and J. Berlin, “Why You Should Tell Your Team to Take a Break and Go Outside,” Harvard Business Review, June 26, 2017, www.hbr.org.

7. “Clif Bar Celebrates Opening of Its One-of-a-Kind Sustainable Bakery,” Clif Bar, Aug. 30, 2016.

8. K.J. Ryan, “The Designer of Apple’s New Headquarters Explains How He Brought Steve Jobs’s Vision to Life,” Inc., June 8, 2017, www.inc.com.

9. A. Thompson and V. Bruk-Lee, “Naturally! Examining Nature’s Role in Workplace Strain Reduction,” Occupational Health Science 3, no. 1 (March 2019): 23-43.

10. J.T. Chow and S. Lau, “Nature Gives Us Strength: Exposure to Nature Counteracts Ego-Depletion,” Journal of Social Psychology 155, no. 1 (October 2014): 70-85.

11. R.K. Raanaas, K.H. Evensen, D. Rich, et al., “Benefits of Indoor Plants on Attention Capacity in an Office Setting,” Journal of Environmental Psychology 31, no. 1 (March 2011): 99-105.

12. T.R. Herzog, P. Maguire, and M.B. Nebel, “Assessing the Restorative Components of Environments,” Journal of Environmental Psychology 23, no. 2 (June 2003): 159-170.

13. J. Kühnel and S. Sonnentag, “How Long Do You Benefit From Vacation? A Closer Look at the Fade-Out of Vacation Effects,” Journal of Organizational Behavior 32, no. 1 (January 2011): 125-143.

14. N. Weinstein, A.K. Przybylski, and R.M. Ryan, “Can Nature Make Us More Caring? Effects of Immersion in Nature on Intrinsic Aspirations and Generosity,” Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 35, no. 10 (October 2009): 1315-1329; and J.M. Zelenski, R.L. Dopko, and C.A. Capaldi, “Cooperation Is in Our Nature: Nature Exposure May Promote Cooperative and Environmentally Sustainable Behavior,” Journal of Environmental Psychology 42 (June 2015): 24-31.

15. F.S. Mayer and C.M. Frantz, “The Connectedness to Nature Scale: A Measure of Individuals’ Feeling in Community With Nature,” Journal of Environmental Psychology 24, no. 4 (December 2004): 503-515.

16. D. Haluza, R. Schönbauer, and R. Cervinka, “Green Perspectives for Public Health: A Narrative Review on the Physiological Effects of Experiencing Outdoor Nature,” International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 11, no. 5 (May 2014): 5445-5461.

17. E.K. Nisbet, J.M. Zelenski, and S.A. Murphy, “Happiness Is in Our Nature: Exploring Nature Relatedness as a Contributor to Subjective Well-Being,” Journal of Happiness Studies 12, no. 2 (April 2011): 303-322.

About Juan Rodulfo

Defined by Nature: Planet Earth Habitant, Human, Son of Eladio Rodulfo & Briceida Moya, Brother of Gabriela, Gustavo & Katiuska, Father of Gabriel & Sofia; Defined by the Society: Venezuelan Citizen (Human Rights Limited by default), Friend of many, Enemy of few, Neighbor, Student/Teacher/Student, Worker/Supervisor/Manager/Leader/Worker, Husband of Katty/ Ex-Husband of K/Husband of Yohana; Defined by the US Immigration System: Legal Alien; Defined by the Gig Economy: Independent Contractor Form 1099; Studies in classroom: Master Degree in Human Resources Management, English, Chinese Mandarin; Studies at the real world: Human Behavior; Studies at home: Webmaster SEO, Graphic Web Apps Design, Internet & Social Media Marketing, Video Production, You Tube Branding, Trading, Import-Exports, Affiliate Marketing, Cooking, Laundry, Home Cleaning; Work experience: Public-Private-Entrepreneur Sectors; Other Definitions: Bitcoin Evangelist, Human Rights Peace and Love Advocate. Author of: Why Maslow: How to use his theory to stay in Power Forever (EN/SP); Asylum Seekers (EN/SP); Manual for Gorillas: 9 Rules to be the “Fer-pect” Dictator (EN/SP); Why you must Play the Lottery (EN/SP); Para Español Oprima #2: Speaking Spanish in Times of Xenophobia (EN/SP). Social Media profiles: Twitter/FB/Instagram/VK/Linkedin/Sina Weibo: @rodulfox
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