Appreciative inquiry (AI) is a well-known method for large group collaboration and innovation. In contrast to the traditional deficit-based approach, AI is about the search for the best in people, their organisations, and the strengths-filled, opportunity-rich world around them.
Positive recruitment follows a thorough process, with additional and intentional positive practices woven through each stage. There is an intentional focus on strengths and values alignment, and on a connection to meaningful work as a key ingredient to driving intrinsic motivation, engagement and resilience in the team.
From 28-30 August 2018, the Langley Group exhibited at the AHRI National Convention in Melbourne; Australia’s flagship event for HR practitioners and business leaders. As part of the event, we gave away passes to three individuals to attend the convention… […]
The About My Brain Institute launched a fantastic new documentary in July 2018, entitled "Make Me A Leader"; a feature-length documentary on how leaders can optimise brain and body performance to thrive in the 21st Century. Sue Langley, who is a featured expert in the documentary, was asked what positivity has to do with leadership, and you can find the interview here.
In the second video of our series covering the interview with Sue Langley, Dr Martin Seligman shares his candid thoughts and knowledge around Positive Psychology and Wellbeing.
Cultivating and sustaining positive emotions, positive relationships, meaning and engagement in your life all help to support you in valuing, enjoying and achieving your goals.
While the myth that we only use 10% of our brains is challenging, our brains do have remarkable abilities.
Have you ever said, or heard someone say ‘I’m just wired that way’?
“No act of kindness, no matter how small, is ever wasted” - Aesop
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