Coffee Talk: The Power Paradox: How We Gain and Lose Influence

Coffee Talk Digest: Crafting Meaningful Work

 

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Fred Luthans, PhD

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An Interview and Q&A with Barry Schwartz, PhD

This interview explored Dr. Barry Schwartz's recent look at our complex relationship to work and how beliefs shape the structures that create our reality of work.

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Robert Quinn, Ph.D.

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David Cooperrider, PhD.

In this plenary, David Cooperrider explores the proposition that the quest for a flourishing earth is the most significant positive psychology and organization develop-ment opportunity of the 21st century—and that when people in organizations work toward building a sustainable and flourishing world they too are poised to flourish in ways that elevate innovation, personal excellence, and work-place well being.

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Tal Ben-Shahar, Ph.D.

Tal Ben-Shahar is an author and lecturer. He taught two of the largest classes in Harvard University’s
history, Positive Psychology and The Psychology of Leadership. In this plenary presentation from the Fourth World Congress on Positive Psychology, Tal explains why most personal and organizational change efforts fail, and how individuals and organizations can enjoy change that lasts, that goes beyond the “honeymoon period”, by supporting insights with actual behaviors and concrete rituals.

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John Kim, Ph.D.

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An Interview with Kelly McGonigal, Ph.D.

The Positive Psychology Leader Series gives IPPA members the opportunity to connect with experts through live, hour-long webinars with leaders in the field. To view the recording of an Interview and Q&A with Kelly McGonigal, PhD, please log in below with your IPPA membership username and password. If you are not yet a member, please consider joining today!
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IPS 6(.2) Can an App Boost Well-being at Work?

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SY 49(.2) Authentic Culture

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