Ever had a "gut feeling" about something? It turns out, the connection between our gut and our brain might be stronger than we think.
In this Student Insights interview, one of our 10653NAT Diploma of Positive Psychology and Wellbeing Sydney graduates explains how the course helped her develop an award-winning wellbeing programme for her organisation.
Far from ‘happyology’, positive psychology is a rich study of what makes life worth living in all its complexity, and goes hand in hand with traditional mental health interventions.
Smart use of emotions can improve our capacity to work well with others, engage with our jobs, manage stress, handle conflict and make fast and effective decisions - essential skills in today’s fast-paced and increasingly disconnected world.
World Mental Health Day is designed to help people feel hopeful about their mental health, by empowering them to take action and to create lasting positive change in their lives. To mark this year's World Mental Health Day, a few of the Langley Group team share what they do to maintain their mental health on a daily basis.
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.
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.
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).