A positive workplace culture can go a long way toward helping people feel happy, engaged and committed at work. Priming people for the positive is important if we want to overcome the inbuilt bias of our brains toward the negative.
Focusing on strengths is one of the greatest differences you can make to get the best from people and organisations. Sue Langley's recent LinkedIn blog explains why.
The demand for diversity on boards is growing. This new white paper by Sue Langley and Sophie Francis highlights the latest research and approaches from neuroscience, emotional intelligence and positive psychology to help boards select and leverage talent for better business performance and more innovative results.
Our workplaces and cultures are full of subtle and not-so-subtle biases that influence perceptions and judgements about people. Here are three ways to reduce the impact of unconscious bias at work and build a culture that supports diversity and inclusion.
The evidence is in: Positive, engaged workers are more productive and are key to the success of their companies. Sue Langley speaks to Evolution about the ROI of positive psychology at work.
Smart use of emotions can improve our capacity to work well with others, engage with our jobs and lead in the 21st century. Welcome to a world of EQ (Emotional Intelligence Quotient) over IQ.
It’s tempting to focus on bridging gaps and improving weaknesses when we want to guide people and organisations to succeed. Focusing on strengths makes a far greater difference.
If change initiatives often fail because of human factors, how do you minimise negative impact and maximise engagement to increase success? Sue Langley shares strategies for organisations and change managers.
Happiness isn't just a good idea, its extremely good business. Leading researchers and innovative business leaders are now taking employee wellbeing seriously. We show why.
Large-scale change often entails significant human costs. When organisations approach change from a positive rather than deficit perspective, they enable people to focus on what is working.