If we are sensible, we can find a way to handle this global pandemic in a way that doesn’t overload the health services; in a way that supports kindness and care for each other (and not toilet roll wars); and in a way that allows our global economies to survive and thrive again.
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).
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.
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.
The Global Happiness and Wellbeing Report is designed to help bring best practice to life and inspire others to adopt or advance their practices. Here are Sue Langley's key outtakes from the report.
The Annual Gathering of the World Government Summit, held in February in Dubai, hosts over 4000 participants and invites world leaders, international organizations’ representatives, thinkers, and experts from over 150 countries. This year, Sue Langley was invited, and in this article, she writes about her experience.
Neuroplasticity really came to life in the 1960s as scientists started to explore the inner workings of the brain, and found that neurons could ‘re-organise’ after traumatic events. This book focuses on the stories of how our amazing brain changes its structure with every activity we perform, every thought we create, and the actions we take.
In April 2018, Sue Langley and The Langley Group team were invited by the Happiness and Its Causes team to participate in a special event: An Afternoon with Martin Seligman. The event started with a keynote presentation by Dr Seligman, followed by an interview and Q&A session, hosted by Sue. […]
Sue delivered an engaging keynote titled "Positive Psychology and Prada" at the 2018 Happiness & it's Causes Conference in Sydney, Australia. Watch or read the full presentation below.