We've partnered with MindPT, the personal training and technology company for the mind, to bring you a mobile, bite-sized personal growth sessions. Inspire Action by Sue Langley boosts your brain's performance to help you feel motivated and positive every day.
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.
Denmark is often cited as one of the happiest places in the world. Trust and social capital are key reasons for this high level of happiness, underpinning wellbeing and connectedness at home and at work.
Everyone wants to be more creative and productive at work. Leaders are under more pressure than ever to come up with creative solutions and create a culture where people's brain's can perform at their best. Research shows that positive emotions are key.
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.
Good relationships are the building blocks of lifelong wellbeing, for our children, our workplaces and our society. Cultivating positive relationships and a shared sense of connectedness is key.
Strengths are at the heart of positive approaches to coaching. Sophie Francis and Sue Langely explain how to use the Realise2 approach in coaching in CoachLink, the International Coach Federation magazine.
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.
It’s the million dollar question for employers: how do they reduce sick days and increase productivity? We spoke to the Saturday Age about increasing positivity for more profitable organiations.
While cool perks ultimately help people enjoy their job, the skills to feel happier at work can be learnt. Sue Langley and Yulia Zlatkin speak to The Australian about employee wellbeing.