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Hear the world’s leading strengths experts, including Alex Linley, Shane Lopez, and Robert Biswas-Diener. In this podcast series share how to do more of what you do best each day (and help others do the same). Discover what great managers do differently, how to deal with your weaknesses, and how to avoid overplaying or underplaying your strengths at work.Listen
Hear the world’s leading positive psychology experts, including David Cooperrider, Tal Ben Shahar, Jonathan Haidt, Richie Davidson, and Lea Waters. In this podcast series share their latest scientific findings and research-based applications for human flourishing. Discover how to work with your brain, be a strengths-based parent, build positive institutions, and create lasting change.Listen
In partnership with the International Positive Education Network and AI Practitioner Journal, Professors David Cooperrider and Lindsey Godwin join me as we interview the leading researchers and practitioners from around the world about how positive education can be introduced and embedded in schools, across communities, and throughout entire countries using Appreciative Inquiry.Listen
Are you looking for tested, practical ways to improve your wellbeing? The PERMAH Workplace Survey was created to help you set, measure and celebrate your wellbeing goals, all at the touch of a button. Choose from more than 200 positive psychology interventions to create a personal wellbeing plan that makes it possible to consistently flourish.Start
Do you have a chance to do what you do best each day at work? This eBook gives you a practical, evidence-based guide to developing people strengths – those things you’re good at, and enjoy doing. Learn how to identify, activate, and build your strengths individually or in teams.Download
Can you create organizational changes and improve your people’s wellbeing at the same time? Discover what more than 1,000 working Americans told us about their most successful workplace change experiences and the practical ways you can apply these insights in your workplace in this free report.Download
Looking for better ways to help your workplace navigate change? Grab your fee copy of The Change Lab 2020 Workplace Report – packed with the latest data from over 1400 Australian workers and discover how 39.1% of workplaces are “consistently thriving” even as they navigate an unprecedented pace of change, remote working challenges and the constant ups and downs of the Corona-coaster.Download
Are your teachers and staff struggling to navigate the upheavals of 2020? Discover how educators are managing to thrive, even during these challenging times, in our free hot-off-the-research-desk Education Lab Wellbeing Report, in collaboration with Dr. Peggy Kern from the University of Melbourne.Download
Are your leaders and their teams struggling to navigate the upheaval of coronavirus and economic downturn? Discover how leaders and HR teams can help their workers to thrive, even during these challenging times, in our free, hot-off-the-research-desk Leaders Lab 2020 Workplace Survey, conducted with the Australian HR Institute and Dr. Peggy Kern from the University of Melbourne.Download
In 2019, The Strengths Lab Workplace Survey asked a representative sample of 1000 American workers to tell us if, how, and why, they were able to put their strengths to work each day. Find out how you can apply the simple best practices we uncovered to improve engagement, performance, and wellbeing in your workplace.Download
What works best when it comes to improving workers’ wellbeing? We wanted to find out, so we partnered with Dr Peggy Kern at Melbourne University and the Australian HR Institute to survey over 1,000 Australians representing the working population. What they told us has forever changed the way we will measure and manage wellbeing.Download
Are your people struggling to navigate the upheavals of coronavirus and economic downturn? Discover how workers and workplaces are managing to thrive, even during these challenging times, in our free hot-off-the-research-desk Wellbeing Lab 2020 Workplace Survey, conducted with the Australian HR Institute and Dr. Peggy Kern from the University of Melbourne.Download
Despite your best intentions, finding the time and energy to look after your own wellbeing can be challenging. This free eBook gives you tested, practical steps for flourishing based on Professor Martin Seligman’s PERMA theory of wellbeing. It includes an easy-to-apply guide to create small, daily wellbeing habits that can be fitted into even the busiest days.Download
Let’s face it: creating changes that last can be hard – but it doesn’t have to be. This free eBook gives you a step-by-step guide to applying Appreciative Inquiry (a strengths-based framework for change) to build on the true, the good, and the possible for yourself, others, teams, and entire workplaces based on my studies with Professor David Cooperrider.Download
This book teaches women how to flex their mindsets and leverage their feminine traits so they can step into their power. If you’re a woman who needs a roadmap to create the life and career you long for (or you’re a leader looking for ways to help women succeed), this is the guide you’ve been waiting for.Download
Our digital Wellbeing Blueprint Poster is a great daily reminder of all the different evidence-based ways you can improve your wellbeing using Professor Martin Seligman’s PERMAH framework. Packed with over 50 small, practical, evidence-based interventions, you can use this wall chart for your school, workplace, or your home office.
This book is your evidence-based, step-by-step blueprint for measuring your wellbeing using Professor Martin Seligman’s PERMA framework, setting realistic wellbeing goals, and creating a personal wellbeing plan with busy-proof practices that you actually enjoy doing and will stick with! Your Wellbeing Blueprint includes over 100 wellbeing interventions to help you feel good and function more effectively at work.
This best-selling book is your evidence-based blueprint to discovering, developing, and delivering on your strengths – those things you’re good at and actually enjoy doing – at work, no matter what your job description or your boss says. Finally start doing more of what you do best each day and help others to do the same.
Do you want to help a team, an organization, a school, or a community create positive changes that enable people to flourish? This online toolbox gives you a how to videos, a step-by-step guide, best practice examples, and steal-it-with-pride checklists to help you design and deliver a one-day AI Summit using the latest research in appreciative inquiry.
Our digital Appreciative Inquiry Poster is a great daily reminder of all the different appreciative questions you can ask to uncover the true, the good and the possible. With over 20 appreciative questions organized in the 4-D appreciative inquiry cycle you can use this wall chart for your school, workplace, or your home office to ask more strengths-based questions of yourself and others.
This book is your evidence-based, step-by-step review of how Appreciative Inquiry (AI) Summits can be used to bring together hundreds of people to simultaneously change the way people think, feel and act to create positive changes. Featuring case studies from around the world, this book includes detailed examples of how to successfully design and deliver an AI Summit.