What has a swan rescue got to do with finding your strengths? Research in the field of Positive Psychology indicates that using your strengths at work increases your engagement at work. But how do you know what your strengths are? Strength Profiles One...
What does psychology have to say about leadership? I recently spoke on Positive Leadership to a group of professionals in Cambridge and asked them whether the would like to be a more positive leader. 90% said yes! I wonder about the few who didn’t…...
Who am I to write a guest blog for the Oxford English Dictionary on the Impostor Syndrome? I have now given several talks on the subject of the Impostor Syndrome – more correctly termed Impostor Phenomenon – chaired a panel discussion for the General...
Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg was recently quoted on Inc. as saying that successful people learn to take feedback well. What it seems she was actually referring to was “constructive feedback” or what is sometimes thinly disguised criticism. While it is true...
Today is the UN International Day of Happiness. But can you create happiness by deliberate acts? And what happens if you don’t feel happy? Psychologists have researched many ways to increase individual levels of happiness, community happiness and create a...
How to banish your impostor or cope with imposter feelings Having spent the past two years studying for a masters in applied positive psychology, and completing a dissertation on the imposter phenomenon and self-efficacy I should know enough about it by now to write a...
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