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Monthly Archives: December 2015

Member Achievements

December 14, 2015|

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Abstract Submission and Travel Grant Opportunities for the International Congress of Psychology 2016

December 12, 2015|

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Positive Human Resource Development Program Launches at Claremont Graduate University

December 12, 2015|

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Division and News Announcements

December 7, 2015|

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External Opportunities

December 7, 2015|

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Editorial Board

December 7, 2015|

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An Interview with Rob Koonce

December 6, 2015|

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An Interview with Rob Koonce
By Scott Donaldson

 

1. Congratulations on becoming the 2016 chair of the Leadership Development MIG for the International Leadership Association (ILA).  What are your plans for the term? Do you have a vision for the group?

Thank you.  While chairing the ILA Followership Learning Community over the past couple of years, I saw an […]

Leader Series Presents: Defining the “Positive” in Positive Psychology with James Pawelski, PhD

December 4, 2015|

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Book Review

December 3, 2015|

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Positive Organizing in a Global Society
Editors: Laura Morgan Roberts, Lynn Perry Wooten, and Martin N. Davidson
Book Review by: Lisa Sansom

As a positive psychology practitioner who works in the field of Organizational Development, I have followed with some interest the slow pendulum of positive psychology since I attended the first IPPA World Congress in 2009.  Following Martin […]

An Interview with Stewart Donaldson

December 3, 2015|

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An Interview with Stewart Donaldson
By Scott Donaldson

1. How can students interested in positive psychology in the context of work and organizations get trained in this area?

Positive psychology research has been going on for more than 17 years now, and one of the most popular topics is how to apply positive psychology theories and principles to improving […]