MPPW058: Adam Grant

Today’s Guest: Adam Grant  is a leading expert on how we can find motivation and meaning, and live more generous and creative lives. He has been recognized as one of the world’s 25 most influential management thinkers, is the author of three New York Times best-selling books, and his TED Talks have been viewed more…

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MPPW56: Richard Ryan

Today’s Guest: Richard Ryan is a professor at the Institute for Positive Psychology in Education at the Australian Catholic University. He is also a research professor of Psychology at the University of Rochester in New York. Rich is a clinical psychologist and co-developer of self-determination theory, one of the leading theories of human motivation. With…

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MPPW50: Paige Williams

Today’s Guest: Paige Williams is a Positive Change Solutionary who uses the science of wellbeing to create sustainable positive change within individuals and organizations.  She is a lecturer with The Center for Positive Psychology at the University of Melbourne. In this conversation, you will hear Paige share her research on how an Inside-Out-Outside-In approach to improving…

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MPPW46: Garry Davis

Today’s Guest: Garry Davis’ corporate career has included more than a decade in executive HR and OD roles in public and private sectors.  His work in leadership development and applied positive psychology has been recognized through various awards.   In this conversation, you’ll hear Garry share his award-winning approach to introducing positive leadership into organizations…

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MPPW45: Sue Ashford

Today’s Guest: Sue Ashford is a professor in management and organization at the University of Michigan.  Her research interests include leader effectiveness and development, issue selling, self-management and feedback processes in organizations.   Are you keen to step up to a leadership role but worried you aren’t quite ready?  Sue suggests that everyone has leadership…

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MPPW41: Dacher Keltner

Today’s Guest: Dacher Keltner is a professor of psychology at UC Berkeley.  He is also the faculty director of The Greater Good Science Center. Dacher’s research focuses on the biological and evolutionary origins of compassion, love, beauty, power, social class, and inequality. Do you run towards or away from having more power?  Often perceived as…

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MPPW 31: Jo Murray

Today’s Guest: Jo Murray is a facilitator and change consultant with a Masters in Positive Psychology from Melbourne University.  Jo is specifically interested in how leaders in organizations can use the concept of psychological capital to improve the engagement and wellbeing of their employees. While your organization may measure and track your economic, human or…

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MPPW27: Monica Worline

Today’s Guest An organizational psychologist, scholar, speaker and writer, Monica Worline is the founder and CEO of Alive and Work, an organization that teaches businesses how to tap into courageous thinking, compassionate leadership, and the curiosity to bring their best work to life. In this conversation, you’ll hear Monica Worline explains the importance of compassion in workplaces…

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MPPW25: Paloma Lopez

Today’s Guest Joining me in this episode is Paloma Lopez, the global sustainability director for Kellogg.   Paloma shares Kellogg’s long history with “purpose” and explains how they have embedded this across the organization for employees and why this is particularly important for attracting and keeping millennial employees.  She shares the role that leaders play in…

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