Pamela Meyer is the author of three books on creativity and innovation, and numerous chapters and articles.
Co-created by Pamela Meyer and Brandy Agerbeck
Permission is a playful book with serious intent. Permission is playful because it opens up more space for people to play with possibilities, play new roles and experience more play in the system(s) in which they work. It is serious because when people have permission to innovate, learn and engage, significant business results follow.
You will discover new ways to:
- Energize your team
- Generate more ideas
- Improve employee engagement
- Have more fun at work
- Create space for acceptance and inclusion
by Pamela Meyer
From Workplace to Playspace reclaims play as a key dynamic for business success. Playspace is the space for the play of new possibilities and perspectives, for people to play new roles and develop new capacities, for more play in the system, as well as space for improvised play. When we reconceive innovating, learning, and changing as play, we breathe new life into these processes and create the very space needed to ensure that they thrive. What people are saying about playspace >>
In this video, Pamela discusses the mindset shift from workplace to playspace:
by Pamela Meyer
Boost creativity and unleash passion in your life and work using the wisdom of quantum physics, improvisation and business collaboration.
Learn to improve:
- Recruiting & Retention
Volume 2012, Issue 134
Check out Pamela’s chapter, Embodied Learning at Work: Making the Mindset Shift From Workplace to Playspace
Check out Pamela's Chapter "Improvising Learning Space" in this inspiring new book on using arts-based strategies to foster transformative learning.
Transformative learning is a theory of adult education that focuses on the profound changes-or transformations-that can occur in the lives of adults. It is not as concerned with incremental advances in learners' knowledge as it is with their mental frameworks for making meaning from life experiences. This book explores the role of creative expression in this transformational process. It provides a practical and accessible approach to using creative expression with adult learners. The book provides various tools, methods and creative modalities that have been used to promote transformative learning, and discusses how adult educators themselves are transformative learners.
Check out Pamela Meyer's chapter: Workspace/Learning Space: Can we make room for transformative learning in organizations?
"This book promises to make an important contribution to bridging the theory of transformative learning with the power of its practice. It s a must-read for transformative teachers and learners everywhere."
Elizabeth Tisdell, Penn State University, Harrisburg
Author, Exploring Spirituality and Culture in Adult and Higher Education
"This volume reclaims the idea of transformation for transformative learning! This is a book that will redefine our understanding of the field."
John Dirkx, Michigan State University
Author, Transformative Learning and the Journey of Individuation