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Thriving at Work: An Outcome of Positive Leadership
By Robert Rosales  
March 13, 2017 – 11:34 am | 10 Comments

Should companies concern themselves with the psychological well-being of their employees? If so, what does that mean for workplace leadership practices?

Positive Psychology News Celebrates 10 Years
By Senia Maymin and Kathryn Britton  
January 18, 2017 – 3:33 pm | 4 Comments

Positive Psychology News (PPND) published its first article, What is Positive Psychology? by Senia Maymin on January 1, 2007. In the 10 years since then, PPND has published more than 1350 articles by nearly 150 different authors. That is a lot of points of view on bringing positive psychology to work in many different life circumstances.

How to Encourage Employee Engagement
By Andrea Frank  
November 17, 2016 – 11:55 am | No Comment

I am interested in the intersection of home, school, work, and play. How aligned are we across these domains of life, and how does that impact our engagement in them?

Money is an Imperfect Incentive, Not Just at Wells Fargo
By Robert Rosales  
September 27, 2016 – 12:50 pm | 15 Comments

In the end, money matters.

Wisdom and people matter most.

Individual Differences at Work: Part 1, Handling Stress
By Sarah Tottle  
March 23, 2016 – 2:59 pm | One Comment

Stress is subjectively experienced. Individual differences influence how each employee interacts within their workplace and perceive and manage stress. Each individual sees stress through a different lens.

Positive Mental Health at Work
By Amanda Horne  
February 8, 2016 – 7:30 am | 5 Comments

What resources are available to design an organizational well-being strategy? To become informed you could read every article here on PPND and find the threads that to weave into your strategy. Or you could refer to the strategies that others have implemented. To get the ball rolling, here are some Australian examples of reusable strategies.

We Don’t Need More Empathy in Leadership
By Daphne Scott  
January 27, 2016 – 1:41 pm | 5 Comments

The latest buzz in leadership is all about empathy, with many calling for more of it in our leadership style. The theory goes that if leaders were more empathetic, we wouldn’t have situations like the no-holds-barred culture that Kantor and Streitfeld described at Amazon. But is a lack of empathy really the problem?

Michael Jordan’s Performance Review (@ScottCrab)
By Scott Crabtree  
September 21, 2015 – 8:36 am | 2 Comments

How would you write Michael Jordan’s performance review?

What feedback would you give Michael Jordan? What would you tell him to do?

Focusing on Strengths
By Francesco Caso  
September 10, 2015 – 5:23 am | No Comment

When managers focus on the core strengths of employees and give them the freedom to pursue these strengths and push the limits, employees are more successful in their work and feel valued and effective. Such employees tend to feel that they belong in their companies and therefore tend to stay longer. Positive minded managers can have a powerful impact on their teams.

How to Be a Positive Leader: Small Actions, Big Impact (Book Review)
By Kathryn Britton  
July 30, 2014 – 1:08 am | 3 Comments

I highly recommend this book as a source of ideas for enhancing your leadership skills, whether you lead yourself or thousands of people. The many stories of positive outcomes will help you see that you can make a difference by making small changes. Want ideas for your small change? There are more than 70 strategies and practices clearly labeled throughout the book.

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