Leaders who focus on bringing out the best in people and themselves can transform the way their organisation functions and achieve exceptional results. This article expands on research from Kim Cameron, shared at the World Congress of Positive Psychology in July.
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Sue delivered an engaging keynote titled "The Neuroscience of Creating Lasting Positive Habits" at the 2019 Happiness & it's Causes Conference in Sydney, Australia. Watch or read the full presentation here.
In this Student Insights interview, one of our 10653NAT Diploma of Positive Psychology and Wellbeing Sydney graduates (and Langley Group Associates) explains how the course has helped her find purpose in fostering children and supported her through a cancer scare.
As a species, we have an endless fascination with being able to predict the future. What will the future bring? What we do know is that the world is changing and some businesses are leading the way.
In a peak performance culture people are at their best. When people are engaged and flourishing, performance increases. As Felicia Huppert's research indicates it is about 'feeling good and functioning well."
During the recent Happiness and Its Causes event, Sue Langley was delighted to be invited to interview David Cooperrider, who is well known as the ‘founder’ of Appreciative Inquiry (AI).
In this Student Insights interview, one of our 10653NAT Diploma of Positive Psychology and Wellbeing Sydney graduates explains how the course has helped her make change across the beautiful Illawarra region of Australia.
Today’s business environment is competitive and constantly changing, and leaders need to consider this fast-paced change as they adapt their leadership style to suit the conditions. Creating a balanced working environment where people, productivity and profits thrive is a significant component of success and this is where coaching comes in.
Emotional intelligence, according to the World Economic Forum, is going to be one of the most useful leadership traits for 2020. As the world changes, our ability to handle ourselves and lead others becomes more and more valuable.
With so many organisations currently discussing and looking to address stress and burnout, we have to consider if we might be exacerbating the situation by focusing on the negative aspects of stress.