Articles by Editor K.H.B.
We are experimenting with ways to get the word out about interesting webinars that are open to the public. There isn’t much warning for this webinar, so act fast if interested.
This is the last call for Michelle McQuaid’s outstanding course, Show Up, Shine, and Succeed since registration ends on Sunday, March 13. It’s also the announcement of a new movie for exploring what positive psychology is and what it brings to the world.
Got 15 minutes a day to become a happier and more compassionate person?
There’s now a website for that.
Greater Good in Action, an exciting new online resource is now live, offering dozens of science-based exercises to boost personal well-being.
Starting today: a virtual conference titled Banish Self-Doubt with the New Science of Self Confidence. You are invited to hear
Louisa Jewell host a series of interviews with experts on building confidence, courage, grit, and self-efficacy.
March 20th is the third International Day of Happiness declared by the United Nations. We want you to know about two ways to recognize the day: the virtual conference on well-being hosted by the MAPP Alumni Association and the 24-hour Happiness Live Stream presented by LiveHappy Magazine.
For followers of positive psychology, two relevant Coursera courses started this week:
- Barbara Fredrickson’s course, Positive Psychology (February 9 – March 26)
- Stuart Friedman’s course, Better Leader, Richer Life (February 8 – April 23)
Read about these courses and click through to register.
Learn about a free online conference sponsored by Dr. Heidi Halvorson and scheduled for September that brings together numerous experts to address the question, “There’s a lot of advice out there – but where’s the evidence that it actually works?”
What if someone offered you a course on a positive psychology topic that was:
Taught by an expert in the field
Available everywhere in the world
Six weeks long
Required 3 to 4 hours of work per week
You choose …
Earlier this year, Amanda Horne interviewed Kurt Shuster about his 2011 Advent Calendar in her article, Kindness in the Festive Season. We want to alert our readers that Kurt is doing it again for 2012 starting tomorrow, December 1, 2012.
Planning your summer calendar? There are four conferences occurring in June and July that dovetail with Positive Psychology. From a focus on meaning in Toronto to workplace well-being in Chicago to fitness and wellness in San Diego.