Blog Categories: Positivity in the Work Place
Posted on September 8, 2019
In my experience as a pscycholgoist and leadership Coach, I often hear the challenge successful people have in managing their thoughts around mistakes which they have made. The pointers given in this brief Harvard Business Review article are timeless and quite effective. And, to top it off, these “manage your mind around mistakes” methods are founded in social science research.
Posted on September 6, 2013
Posted on July 8, 2013
This article from Psychology Today gives a concise overview of the “happiness and well-being” research. As we learn to live and relate in the business world, some of these studies help us to broaden our awareness, develop and trust our own resiliency skills, and savor emotions and experiences to deepen those positive aspects of our lives-at home and at work.
Posted on July 3, 2013
This article written by one of the major researchers in the science of Positive Psychology states: “Contrary to some beliefs positive psychology is not the science of happiness. It is the science of all that goes right, rather than wrong, with people. It includes happiness, to be sure, but it also extends far beyond joy to include resilience, perseverance, courage, optimism, curiosity and other positive topics.” Who would not want more of those positive aspects in their work place? Read more in the brief article about one company who consciously practiced gratitude with their employees and reaped the benefits.