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Time to Pull the Brakes on the Positive Psychology Train?

In our last post, we briefly explored the benefits of positive psychology in the workplace and how it may be used to employees’ advantages, simultaneously benefiting employers. Enhancing individuals’ experiences of work can help employees thrive. Businesses may encourage socialization to boost morale, foster a fun work environment and express gratitude through honest, positive feedback, …

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Positive Psychology – 5 Ways to Help Employees Thrive

Professor Martin Seligman recently gave a talk entitled ‘Positive Psychology: Past, Present, Future’ at Trinity College Dublin. His impressive presentation focused on his PERMA model outlining five essential elements for lasting well-being: Positive emotion, Engagement, Relationships, Meaning, and Accomplishment. Positive psychology, which examines the ways we can become happier and more fulfilled, is fascinating. Focusing …

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