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.
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. In the words of Sue Langley, “whilst a command and control style of leadership may have worked once upon a time, it doesn’t work anymore.” Creating a balanced working environment where people, productivity and profits thrive is a significant component of success and this is where coaching comes in.
Michael Mosley, one of the world’s leading authorities on health and wellbeing, a science journalist and a best-selling author, answered Sue's questions about the microbiome in your gut, health and wellbeing at this year's Wellness Show.
Experienced coaches are able to use a number of models and interventions to help their clients. Dr. Robert Biswas-Diener suggests how you can become your own ally, to support yourself to achieve your goals.
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.
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.
In this Student Insights interview, one of our 10653NAT Diploma of Positive Psychology and Wellbeing Brisbane graduates explains how the course helped him profoundly change who he was, how he thought, and what he believed he was capable of.
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.