Play More, Work Better

Traditionally, people think of play as the opposite of productivity. But the more we learn about the real science of play, the more apparent the link between play and productivity becomes.

Play encourages a more creative culture in any workplace, and in a creative business like ours, that directly translates to an increase in productivity.

One reason is because when you’re engaged in play, you activate different parts of your brain than when you’re in a more serious “work” mode. That allows some parts of your brain to wake up and contribute in ways they wouldn’t otherwise, while also encouraging other parts of your brain to rest, reorganize information, and recharge for the next work session.

Here at The Halo Group, we recently brought in play expert Meredith Sinclair, who literally wrote the book on play, to help us keep our staff fresh and revitalized.

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