December 8, 2022

Positive Psychology for Work

Positive psychology is the applied science of wellbeing with a range of evidence-based practices to help you function well. Using this evidence-based approach helps teams and organizations thrive. Positive Psychology for Work is a series of three sessions that will provide delegates with a range of evidence-based tools to help improve wellbeing, achievement and resilience.

Positive Psychology for Work

Positive psychology is the applied science of wellbeing with a range of evidence-based practices to help you function well. Using this evidence-based approach helps teams and organizations thrive.

Productivity and wellbeing at work are closely linked, having a happy workplace increases every desired organisational outcome. A high level of wellbeing leads to greater success. A positive relationship between wellbeing and success is the Happiness Advantage.

Additionally, positive psychology is about resilience and maintaining wellbeing at work in times of uncertainty and crisis. The higher your wellbeing, the more productive and resilient you become.

Positive Psychology for Work is a series of three sessions that will provide delegates with a range of evidence-based tools to help improve wellbeing, achievement and resilience.

Session 1: Positive Psychology for Wellbeing
Session 2: Positive Psychology for Achievement. Pre-work.
Session 3: Positive Psychology for Resilience

Our final session is about applying positive psychology to build resilience and recover our wellbeing.

Who will deliver the course?

Miriam is an expert in positive psychology and one of a hundred global contributors to the World Book of Happiness, presented to 200 world leaders. Miriam is the author of six books including The Little Book of Happiness, Positive Psychology for Overcoming Depression and What Is Post-traumatic Growth. She works as a trainer and coach in business and delivers resilience training to clients ranging across medicine, the media, and the military. She has facilitated the world-leading Penn Resilience Programme and is one of the experts featured in Psychologies magazine’s books on mental wellbeing. Miriam is an international keynote speaker and a visiting lecturer on the Executive Masters of Applied Positive Psychology (EMAPP) at the University of Lisbon.

When will the sessions take place?

Where will it be held?

The three online sessions will be held on Zoom. You will receive a Zoom link after booking for this course.

Who can attend?

Members and non-members are welcomed!

What is the cost?

VNET members: £175+VAT or 3 credits

Non-members: £225+VAT

How do I book this course?

References:

Akhtar, M. (n.d.). Positive psychology at work |. Positive Psychology Training – Positive Psychology Training provides a range of positive psychology solutions and is based in Bristol. Retrieved December 1, 2022, from http://positivepsychologytraining.co.uk/training/positive-psychology-at-work/

Akhtar, M. (n.d.). The happiness advantage |. Positive Psychology Training – Positive Psychology Training provides a range of positive psychology solutions and is based in Bristol. Retrieved December 1, 2022, from http://positivepsychologytraining.co.uk/the-happiness-advantage/

 
 

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