1 edition of Positive psychology at work found in the catalog.
Positive psychology at work
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|LC Classifications||HD57.7 .L49 2011|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxii, 246 p. :|
|Number of Pages||246|
|LC Control Number||2010039783|
This volume examines what positive psychology offers to our understanding of key issues in working life today. The chapters focus on such topics as strengths, leadership, human resource management, employee engagement, communications, well-being, and work-life balance. Studies have revealed that not only are physical, mental, and social well-being important components for total health, but they are tightly interrelated. The evidence also shows that a happy, engaged, and fulfilling psychological and social life is not just a consequence of good health. It leads people to live a healthy and long life.
He gives some great tips on how to promote positive thinking and great examples of reasons to stay optimistic. Test your optimism rating by taking the free scale in the book. Animated Book . Rich with edited chapters by some of the leading figures in positive psychology who outline the implications of their work for practice. Filled with interesting ideas. In its foreword, Marty Seligman writes: "This volume is the cutting edge of positive psychology and the emblem of its future." 7. Toward a Psychology of Being by Abraham H. Maslow.
We’ve been taught that if we work hard, we will be successful, and then we’ll be happy. If we can just find that great job, get a raise, lose those five pounds, happiness will follow. But recent discoveries in the field of positive psychology have shown that this formula is actually backward: happiness fuels success, not the other way around. Positive Psychology at Work brings the fields of positive psychology and appreciative inquiry together for the first time to provide leaders and change agents with a powerful new approach to achieving organizational excellence. * Draws together positive psychology and appreciative inquiry in the context of leadership organizational challenges /5(14).
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Ethics for the information age
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Martin Seligman is a researcher with a broad range of experience in psychology. If you had never heard of the positive psychology movement until now, you still might have heard his name at Positive psychology at work book point.
Seligman’s research in the s and 70s laid the foundation for the well-known psychological theory of “learned helplessness.”This theory, which has been backed by decades of research. This book references research and is appropriate for people of all spiritual backgrounds.
Positively Mindful is one title in the Positive Psychology Workbooks series. These workbooks introduce readers to a variety of solid science and useful tools for improving life, relationships, and overall mental health.5/5(2).
Positive Psychology at Work is a much needed book that lifts the lid on how a more appreciative, strengths-focused approach can transform organisations for the better. When organisations and their leaders focus on enhancing the best of what their people have to offer, they enable them to achieve the goals for which they strive, at the same time Cited by: 7.
Image from RawPixel via pxhere. Work is a critical context for leading a meaningful existence. As an applied science, Positive Organizational Psychology can help us understand this important context within which our identities are defined, where we have opportunities to grow, interact and contribute to something greater than ourselves.
Positive psychology complements traditional psychological approaches to mental health. The stance of positive psychology is to study “what makes life worth living”.
Practitioners of positive psychology focus on interventions which develop a sense of optimism, and which foster positive attitudes (towards onself, one’s subjective. Duckworth AL, et al.
"Positive Psychology in Clinical Practice," Annual Review of Clinical Psychology (): pp. – Kauffman C. "Positive Psychology: The Science at the Heart of Coaching," in Stober DR and Grant AM, eds., Evidence-Based Coaching Handbook: Putting Best Practices to Work for Your Clients (Hoboken, N.J.: John Wiley, 1 Positive Psychology, Positive Prevention, and Positive Therapy, 3 martin e.
seligman PART II. IDENTIFYING STRENGTHS 2 Stopping the “Madness”: Positive Psychology and the Deconstruction of the Illness Ideology and the DSM,13 james e. maddux 3 Widening the Diagnostic Focus: A Case for Including Human Strengths and Environmental Resources, Positive Psychology at Work brings the fields of positive psychology and appreciative inquiry together for the first time to provide leaders and change agents with a powerful new approach to achieving organizational excellence.
Draws together positive psychology and appreciative inquiry in the context of leadership organizational challenges for the first time. Positive Psychology is the scientific study of the strengths that enable individuals and communities to thrive.
The field is founded on the belief that people want to lead meaningful and fulfilling lives, to cultivate what is best within themselves, and to enhance their experiences of love, work, and play. Positive Psychology at Work brings the fields of positive psychology and appreciative inquiry together for the first time to provide leaders and change agents with a powerful new approach to achieving organizational excellence.
Draws together positive psychology and appreciative inquiry in the context of leadership organizational challenges for the first time Presents/5(18). The book is a compilation of short essays of scientists and experts in positive psychology brought together last year by Belgian writer and editor Leo Author: Michael Schein.
Book Description. Positive Psychology at Work brings the fields of positive psychology and appreciative inquiry together for the first time to provide leaders and change agents with a powerful new approach to achieving organizational excellence.
Draws together positive psychology and appreciative inquiry in the context of leadership organizational challenges for the first time. Positive psychology is the study of the "good life", or the positive aspects of the human experience that make life worth living.
As an art, it focuses on both individual and societal well-being. Positive psychology began as a domain of psychology in when Martin Seligman chose it as the theme for his term as president of the American Psychological Association. The Source of Positive Psychology Essentially, positive psychology is a product of that universal scourge of civilization, the egocentric mentality.
This mentality assumes that we can, through willpower or cognitive calisthenics, make choices to flourish while ignoring the powerful undercurrents in our psyche that often make self-defeating. Best Self-Feedback The other process Cameron offers is that of creating best self-feedback for people.
Best self-feedback is a radical alternative to the common degree feedback. The best self-feedback respondents - Selection from Positive Psychology at Work: [Book]. A thorough and up-to-date guide to putting positive psychology into practice From the Foreword: "This volume is the cutting edge of positive psychology and the emblem of its future." -Martin E.
Seligman, Ph.D., Fox Leadership Professor of Psychology, University of Pennsylvania, and author of Authentic Happiness Positive psychology is an exciting new orientation in the field, going beyond Reviews: 1.
Psychology has long been enamored of the dark side of human existence, rarely exploring a more positive view of the mind. What has psychology contributed, for example, to our understanding of the various human virtues. Regrettably, not much. The last decade, however, has witnessed a growing movement to abandon the exclusive focus on the negative/5(6).
Dr Suzy Green, Founder of The Positivity Institute and Adjunct Professor at the School of Business at the University of Western Sydney, together with Olivia Evans, Founder of The Career Guide, and Belinda Williams, Founder of The Whole Being have recently submitted a chapter entitled ‘Positive Psychology at Work: Research and Practice’ for.
Some Positive Psychology Handbooks and Textbooks: Character Strengths and Virtues: A Handbook and Classification, by Christopher Peterson & Martin E.P.
Seligman. A Primer in Positive Psychology, by Christopher Peterson (Textbook). The Encyclopedia of Positive Psychology, Editor: Shane Lopez. The Oxford Handbook of Positive Psychology, Editors: Shane Lopez and Rick Snyder.
Gratitude journals are a popular and effective intervention from the field of positive psychology. The goal of a gratitude journal is to increase our focus on positive experiences, which improves well-being.
The Gratitude Journal worksheet begins with a one-page info sheet, followed by several pages for journaling practice Preview Worksheet. Nothing underscores the lingering Calvinism of positive psychology more than this need to put happiness to workas a means to health and achievement, or what the positive thinkers call "success." Happy, or positive, peoplehowever that is measureddo seem to be more successful at work.Martin Elias Pete Seligman (/ ˈ s ɛ l ɪ ɡ m ə n /; born Aug ) is an American psychologist, educator, and author of self-help an is a strong promoter within the scientific community of his theories of positive psychology and of theory of learned helplessness is popular among scientific and clinical psychologists.
A Review of General Psychology survey Alma mater: Princeton University (A.B.), University of. Martin Seligman and positive psychology. Martin Seligman was a pioneer of positive psychology.
But the term itself was coined by Abraham Maslow. Maslow, though, formulated his theories in a very intuitive way and with hardly any empirical and methodological evidence.