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Monthly Archives: December 2015

Building Resources in a Correctional Setting through Self-Care

December 3, 2015|

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Building Resources in a Correctional Setting through Self-Care
Rokas Perskaudas*
The Catholic University of America, Washington, DC
Federal Bureau of Prisons, Washington, DC

Philip R. Magaletta
Federal Bureau of Prisons, Washington, DC

Correspondence concerning this article should be addressed to Rokas Perskaudas, 400 First Street, NW, Room 4023, Washington, DC 20534. Contact: rperskaudas@bop.gov

*The views expressed in this article are those of the […]

Positive Organizations –
A pilot case study at Sydney Business School University of Wollongong Australia

December 3, 2015|

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Positive Organizations –
A pilot case study at Sydney Business School University of Wollongong Australia
Paula Robinson, Ph.D.
University of Wollongong Positive Psychology Institute Sydney, Australia
paula@positivepsychologyinstitute.com.au

The trend showing increases in mental illness in organizations is worrying. Research suggests that at least 1 in 5 employees are likely to be experiencing a mental health condition (Human Rights […]

Introducing workplace wellbeing to organizations: The “Me, We, Us” Model

December 3, 2015|

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Introducing Workplace Wellbeing to Organizations: The “Me, We, Us” Model
Aaron Jarden
Senior Lecturer at Auckland University of Technology

The benefits of employee wellbeing are numerous. For example, happier employees are healthier (Waddell & Burton, 2006), have less sick days (Bertera, 1990), earn more (Koo & Suh, 2013) and get promoted sooner (Boehm & Lyubomirsky, 2008). They are more effective […]

The Role of Meanings

December 3, 2015|

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The Role of Meanings in Individual, Group and Organizational Health and Productivity: Logoteleological Interventions
Luis A. Marrero, MA, RODP, LLC
Boston Institute for Meaningful Purpose

Meaningful Purpose Psychology (MPP) or Logoteleology examines the meanings that successful people, groups, and organizations apply in order to thrive and succeed. This paper gives a brief explanation of MPP theory, some of its […]

Positive Psychology at Work: Research and Practice

December 3, 2015|

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Positive Psychology at Work: Research and Practice
Dr. Suzy Greene (left) and Olivia Evans (right)
The Positivity Institute
www.thepositivityinstitute.com.au
info@thepositivityinstitute.com.au
Facebook: The Positivity Institute
Twitter: @DrSuzyGreen

The world of work is changing at a feverish pace. In this increasingly volatile, uncertain, complex, and ambiguous environment (VUCA:  Bawany, 2015) leaders, teams, and whole organizations are looking for evidence-based approaches to not only build resilience […]

Positive Psychology Tour 2016

December 2, 2015|

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1st Eurasian Congress on Positive Psychology will be held in Istanbul, Turkey

December 2, 2015|

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3rd World Congress on Resilience

December 2, 2015|

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