Too hot to co-operate?

23Jan09

A study carried out at the Uppsala University on indoor air quality and subjective indoor air quality (SIAQ) in schools states that the perception of high room temperature was related to a poor level of co-operation in the class.

To achieve a good SIAQ, it recommends room temperature should be at a maximum of 24.0 °C (75.2 °F). With ‘Room Temperature’ defined as 20.0 – 21.0 °C in temperate climates.

Implication: Could you be working in an environment that makes it harder to co-operate, concentrate and gain agreement?

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