Making Positive Psychology Work - Afterparty with Chelle, Paige and Michelle
Making Positive Psychology Work Podcast
by Michelle McQuaid
2y ago
In this week's episode - join us for a chat and a laugh as we reminisce about the highs (and lows!) of 250 episodes of Making Positive Psychology Work.  Thanks for listening! MPPW Podcast on Facebook Thanks so much for joining me again this week.  If you enjoyed this episode, please share it using the social media buttons you see at the bottom of this post. Please leave an honest review for the Making Positive Psychology Work Podcast on iTunes. Ratings and reviews are extremely helpful and greatly appreciated. They do matter in the rankings of the show, and ..read more
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Do You Have A Wellbeing Strategy? with Dr. Peggy Kern
Making Positive Psychology Work Podcast
by Michelle McQuaid
3y ago
Dr. Peggy Kern is an associate professor at the Centre for Wellbeing Science within the University of Melbourne's Graduate School of Education. Originally trained in social personality and developmental psychology, Peggy's research focuses on understanding, measuring, and supporting wellbeing across the lifespan. She works with schools and workplaces to examine strategies for supporting wellbeing and bridging gaps between research and practice and has published three books, over 100 peer-reviewed articles and chapters, and most recently the wonderful and freely available Palgrave Handbook of P ..read more
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Can You Unlock The Leader Within? with Halla Tómasdóttir
Making Positive Psychology Work Podcast
by Michelle McQuaid
3y ago
Halla Tómasdóttir is the CEO of the B Team, a group of courageous business and civil society leaders working together to transform business for a better world. Halla started her leadership career in corporate America, working for Mars and Pepsi-Cola. She was on the founding team at Reykjavik University, where she established the executive education department, founded and led a successful women's entrepreneurship and empowerment initiative, and was an assistant professor at the business school. She was the first female CEO of the Iceland Chamber of Commerce and later went on to co-found an inv ..read more
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Do You Need A Wise Intervention? with Greg Walton
Making Positive Psychology Work Podcast
by Michelle McQuaid
3y ago
In this episode, we explore how wise interventions - simple shifts to the way we make meaning of what's happening in the world around us - can have a big impact at work. Connect with Greg Walton: https://www.wiseinterventions.org/ You’ll Learn: [03:05] - Greg explains what makes an intervention wise. [06:30] - Greg shares how wise interventions can improve our sense of belonging at work. [11:37] - Greg explains how wise interventions can leverage our need for accuracy. [13:32] - Greg shares our wise interventions can leverage our need for integrity. [18:00] - Greg explains when wise interve ..read more
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What Do You Most Desire & Why? with Luke Burgis
Making Positive Psychology Work Podcast
by Michelle McQuaid
3y ago
Luke Burgis, who's the entrepreneur in residence and director of programs at the Ciocca Centre for Principled Entrepreneurship at the Catholic University of America, where he also teaches business and develops new education initiatives. Luke's co-created and led four companies in wellness, consumer products, and technology. He is the founder and director of Fourth World Ventures, an incubator for people and companies that contribute to the formation of a healthy human ecology. And Luke's new book Wanting: The Power of Mimetic Desire in Everyday Life has just been released. In this week's episo ..read more
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Could You Be A Positively Energizing Leader? with Kim Cameron
Making Positive Psychology Work Podcast
by Michelle McQuaid
3y ago
Kim Cameron is a professor of management and organizations at the Stephen M. Ross School of Business. He’s co-founder of the Centre for Positive Organizational Scholarship and professor of higher education in the school of education at the University of Michigan. Kim is recognized as among the top 10 organizational scholars in the world and his work on virtuousness, downsizing, effectiveness, corporate quality culture, and the development of leadership excellence has been most frequently downloaded on Google. He has also published more than 140 academic articles and 15 scholarly books, the mos ..read more
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Can You Use Positive Emotion to Move Beyond Fear? with John Hagel
Making Positive Psychology Work Podcast
by Michelle McQuaid
3y ago
John Hagel, who’s recently retired as a partner from Deloitte, where he was the founder and chairman of the Silicon Valley-based Deloitte Centre for the Edge, which focuses on identifying emerging business opportunities that are not yet on the CEO’s agenda. With more than 40 years of experience as a management consultant, author, speaker, and entrepreneur, John has just released a new book, The Journey Beyond Fear, which addresses the psychology of change. And he’s also developing a series of programs to help people navigate through change at many levels. In this week’s episode, we chat with J ..read more
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Are You Happy Enough?
Making Positive Psychology Work Podcast
by Michelle McQuaid
3y ago
In this week's episode, we honor and savor the research of Dr. Ed Deiner and discover what his 40 years of happiness research can teach us. Connect with Robert Biswas Diener: https://nobascholar.com/ [free_product_purchase id="114482"] You’ll Learn: [02:34] - Robert explains how Ed Diener came to be known as Dr. Happiness and what made him such a highly respected researcher. [04:21] - Robert outlines Ed’s theoretical approach to happiness. [06:33] - Robert shares some of Ed’s conclusions about happiness based on his 40 years of research. [09:19] - Robert explains what Ed learned about how h ..read more
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Could Compassion Be Commercially Smart? with Dr. Stephen Trzeciak
Making Positive Psychology Work Podcast
by Michelle McQuaid
3y ago
Stephen Trzeciak is a physician-scientist and chief of medicine at Cooper University Healthcare, and professor and chair of medicine at Cooper Medical School of Rowan University. Stephen specializes in intensive care medicine, and is a National Institutes of Health-funded clinical researcher, with more than 100 scientific journal publications. Currently, Stephen’s research has focused on a new field called Compassionomics. And he is the co-author of the best-selling book of the same name, which we are going to dive into in our discussion today. In this week’s episode, Dr. Paige Williams speaks ..read more
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Can You Create A Great Place To Work? with Michael Bush
Making Positive Psychology Work Podcast
by Michelle McQuaid
3y ago
Michael Bush is the CEO of Great Place to Work. The global research and analytics firm that produces the annual Fortune 100 best companies to work for list, and dozens of other distinguished workplace rankings all over the world. Driven by a love of business and an unwavering commitment to fair and equitable treatment, Michael joined Great Place to Work as CEO in 2015, bringing 30 years of experience leading and growing organizations. He’s also a former member of President Obama’s white house business council, and a founding board member of the private equity seed fund, Fund Good Jobs, which i ..read more
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