Articles by Senia Maymin
Senia Maymin, Ph.D., is the coauthor of Profit from the Positive. Maymin is an executive coach to entrepreneurs and CEOs. Maymin runs a coaches network and is the founder and editor in chief of the research news site PositivePsychologyNews.com. She holds a BA in math and economics from Harvard University, a MAPP from the University of Pennsylvania, and an MBA and PhD in organizational behavior from the Stanford Graduate School of Business. She lives in California with her family.
Happiness is a choice, but most importantly, happiness can be taught. Join best-selling author Shawn Achor as he teaches you how to choose happiness for yourself, then multiply it by spreading positivity and optimism to others in this transformational two-part online course.
Today on PPND TV, we bring you the crux of positive psychology in brief video interviews of researchers and practitioners. Today’s guest is Lisa Sansom. Lisa speaks on the positive psychology research finding that has most changed her life, strengths constellations, “individualization,” and on catching people doing things right.
The interviewer is Senia Maymin.
Welcome to the fourth episode of PPND TV, an interview with Louisa Jewell. Louisa calls herself a “multi-passionate entrepreneur” who has found many innovative ways teach positive psychology to people who need the information. Like her voice? Check out her video blog or join her at the Canadian Positive Psychology Association conference this summer.
The PPND TV interview series is a way to bring our readers the crux of positive psychology in brief video interviews with researchers and practitioners.
Welcome to the third episode of PPND TV, an interview with executive coach and author, Margaret Greenberg.
The PPND TV interview series is an experiment inspired by TED talks. We want to bring our readers the crux of positive psychology in brief video interviews with researchers and practitioners.
Welcome to PPND TV! This is an experiment inspired by TED talks. We want to bring our readers the crux of positive psychology in brief video interviews of researchers and practitioners.
Today’s guest is Kathryn Britton. …
Based both on my PhD research and on my personal experiences publishing a book with Margaret Greenberg, here are my research-based suggestions for taking incremental steps to reach important goals.
Here is what will happen to you when you read George Vaillant’s book, Spiritual Evolution: During the chapter “Joy,” you may cry. During the chapter “Love,” you will want to call home to say Hi. You will be inside a colossal head fake – a situation in which you’re learning but it seems like you’re playing.
What can Positive Psychology say about being happy at work? Are there some people for whom happiness at work is easier? Are there actual ways to increase happiness at work? Yesterday, a few of us answered questions on a radio show with host and best-selling author, Karen Salmansohn.
When Shane Lopez opened the 2007 Gallup Well-Being Forum yesterday afternoon, he recounted many firsts, the first Courage Summit ever, a pre-summit workshop on teaching positive psychology, and the Gallup Global Well-Being Report. Keynote speaker Alan Krueger …
This is part two of coverage of the 2007 Appreciative Inquiry Conference. The main events were a panel on how to run an AI Summit, a keynote by Peter Coughlan of IDEO, and many companies presenting their results in using AI and strengths.