Posts Categorized: Positive Psychology at Work

How to Make Work-Life Balance Work

Posted by & filed under Positive Psychology at Work, Reflection.

In his 2010 TedxSyndey talk, author Nigel Marsh uses the term “corporate warrior” to describe the classic unbalanced work-life situation – one where work rules and life drools. Not surprisingly, the effects of being overworked can be tremendously negative on both body and soul. So much so, that recently German Labour Minister, Andrea Nahles, has… Read more »

The Epidemic of Managing without Soul – A Guest Blog by Henry Mintzberg

Posted by & filed under Leadership, Positive Psychology at Work.

From globally recognized Thought Leader in organizational management, Henry Mintzberg, we are excited to share with you a guest blog on organizations with and without “soul”. Through his professional and anecdotal experience, Mintzberg posits that excellence, warmth and everything that makes up your core can be felt and experienced in organizations, just as it can… Read more »

Mindfulness: What is it really? – A Guest Blog by Meghan Kirwin

Posted by & filed under Positive Psychology at Work, Reflection.

Meghan Kirwin – Founder of the Kirwin Group is a remarkable woman, whose life mission is to make the world a better place. A fellow Kili climber, and a truly happy person, Meghan is deeply passionate and continuously studying the science of positive psychology. In this guest blog she focuses on mindfulness. A topic that… Read more »