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Jenny C. Brennan, MAPP
Creative Director/Supervising Producer, Positive Psychology Leader Series
Currently, Ms. Brennan serves as Director of Year-Round Programming to the International Positive Psychology Association (IPPA) where she oversees the Divisions Program and Learning Library, contributes to numerous capacity-building and communication initiatives, and produces the Positive Psychology Leader Series.
For 15 years prior, Ms. Brennan managed award-winning integrated marketing and public education campaigns for organizations such as the American Red Cross, University of Pennsylvania, and Lifetime Television’s Stop Violence Against Women initiative. Her work helped to inspire measurable action on the part of consumers, and impact public policy. She earned a Master of Applied Positive Psychology from the University of Pennsylvania in 2012.
Caroline Adams Miller, MAPP
Guest Host, Positive Psychology Leader Series
Caroline is one of the world’s leading experts on the science behind successful goal setting and the use of ‘good grit’ to achieve hard things. Caroline used grit to help overcome her personal battle with bulimia, and today she has more than three decades of unbroken recovery. Caroline has a Masters of Applied Positive Psychology from the University of Pennsylvania, graduated magna cum laude from Harvard, and teaches at Wharton Business School’s Executive Education program. Caroline is the author of six books, including Positively Caroline (Cogent 2013), Getting Grit (Sounds True 2017) and Creating Your Best Life (Sterling 2009).
Associate Producer, Positive Psychology Leader Series
As a current M.A. Student at Claremont Graduate University, I am working on a dual degree in Positive Psychology and Public Health. I have an applied focus on health promotion and mass communications/media with the goal of evidence-based, macro-level dissemination to workplaces, schools, and other communities/institutions. This mission starts with making sure that those of us in the field of positive psychology are all working together effectively and communicating frequently, which is why I love being a part of the IPPA community and serving as an Associate Producer for the Positive Psychology Leader Series.
Associate Producer, Positive Psychology Leader Series
Jodi Wellman is a co-founder of the coaching firm Happy Work Spectacular Life, where she helps individuals and companies create stunningly spectacular success through their work. Jodi is a leadership coach and consultant with 17 years of corporate experience spanning executive roles in operations, sales and customer retention.
Prior to starting Happy Spectacular, Jodi was Senior Vice President of Operations at a leading health and lifestyle organization. Jodi was also a Chair at Vistage International, where she led a private CEO advisory board and coached executives to improve bottom-line results, execution and leadership performance. She has successfully led strategic initiatives focused on culture development, growth/new business development, organizational change and restructuring, and has general management/P&L accountability.
Jodi is a Certified Professional Co-Active Coach with CTI and a Professional Certified Coach with ICF. She has a Bachelor of Arts Degree from Athabasca University. Jodi and her firm work with Reebok, HCSC Blue Cross Blue Shield, Payday Loans, and a host of privately held financial services, REITs, and professional services firms.
Jodi brings to clients a corporate executive’s perspective and understanding of their issues, along with the coaching expertise that challenges clients out of their comfort zones in order to grow, think differently, get out of their own way, solve their issues, and win.
Flourish: A Strengths-Based Approach to Foster Resilience & Wellbeing Among University Students
With Tayyab Rashid, Ph.D.
June 11, 2019
6:30 PM ET
Abstract: The university campus is a fertile setting for students to flourish – i.e., to grow intellectually, socially and emotionally and to translate this growth into action, habit and purpose. This webinar presents Flourish, a collaborative endeavor at the University of Toronto Scarborough (UTSC), Canada. By systematically identifying academic and character strengths, the program will help you to learn effective stress management, improve your academic performance and boost your overall well-being. Informed by Positive Psychotherapy (PPT; Rashid & Seligman, 2018) approach, and drawing insights from qualitative, quantitative and longitudinal data from more than 3700 students, the webinar will share concrete strategies and skills which can help campuses to foster wellbeing and resilience which in turn can buffer against stress and mental health concerns. The webinar will also share free online wellbeing assessment and a rich repository of resources.
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Tayyab Rashid, PhD
Sonja Lyubomirsky, Ph.D.
Acacia Parks, Ph.D.
Diana Whitney, Ph.D.
Margarita Tarragona, Ph.D.
Gary Latham, Ph.D.
Jonathan Haidt, Ph.D.
How can moral psychology help us solve social conflict and create stronger institutions?
Kim Cameron, PhD
Positive Energy and its Impact on Leadership and Organizations
Suzann Pileggi Pawelski and James Pawelski
Building Love That Lasts: Applying the Science of Positive Psychology to Romantic Relationships
James Maddux, PhD
Self-Efficacy as a Foundational Concept for Positive Psychology
Isaac Prilleltensky, PhD
The Context of Well-Being
Ilona Boniwell, PhD
Playing Positive Psychology
Lea Waters, PhD
Ryan M. Niemiec, Psy.D
Character Strengths Research & Interventions
John Helliwell, Ph.D.
Trust and Well-being
Michael F. Steger, Ph.D.
Meaning In Life and Work
Everett Worthington, Ph.D.
Humble Leaders in Business, Religious, and Political Contexts
Felicia Huppert, Ph.D.
Mindfulness and Compassion as Foundations for Well-being
Robert A. Emmons, Ph.D.
Why Gratitude is Counterintuitive and Other Lessons From the Science of Thanksgiving
George Vaillant, M.D.
An Interview and Q&A with George Vaillant, M.D.
Dacher Keltner, Ph.D.
The Power Paradox: How We Gain and Lose Influence
Tayyab Rashid, Ph.D.
Positive Psychotherapy: Integrating the Yin & Yang of Human Experience
Angela Duckworth, PhD
GRIT: The Power of Passion and Perseverance, an Interview and Q&A
Chiara Ruini, PhD
Clinical Applications of Positive Psychology
Barry Schwartz, PhD
Interview and Q&A about Why We Work
Barbara Fredrickson, PhD
The Role of Positive Spontaneous Thoughts in the Pursuit of Passions and Wellness Behaviors
James O. Pawelski
Defining the “Positive” in Positive Psychology
Steve Cole and Janxin Leu, HopeLab
Hans Henrik Knoop
Stephen G. Post
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Antonella Delle Fave
Martin E. P. Seligman