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Positive Psychology @ Work

Positive Psychology is the science of human performance. It focuses on identifying the factors that drive greatness and on developing methods to train people and teams to perform at their best.

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.

At IPPA Positive Psychology Academy, we offer trainings and communications projects that foster better quality of work-life.

When people experience positive emotions, this broadens their thinking and leads them to utilize an expanded set of behaviors.

Sales of happy employees are 37% higher and their creativity is 3x higher.

Engaged employees take 56% less sick days

 

Linking Positive Leadership and Performance

Pioneering companies have been using different variations of positive models of management intuitively. The formalization of Positive Psychology as an applied science has provided a unified umbrella for all these practices, theories, approaches, and tools. Organizations that have employed positive approaches to management have continued to thrive, even in times of economic downturn.

Research shows that organizations embracing scientific positive approaches to management achieve a productivity that is three times higher on average than that of firms managed utilizing conventional management methods.

Positive Psychology applications to leadership practices help your organization to design change efforts, accelerate strategy execution and projects that yield significantly better results than the norm.

 

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