Character Strengths & Virtues as Classical Roles This is one of the times when I am blown away by the… Read more Priest, Knight or Gentleman? And your character strengths . . .
So, are you moody and is that positive? Last week, I stumbled across a YouTube video of Dr Kay Jamison… Read more Passionate temperaments and questioning minds
I am back in the traces teaching HRM at under-graduate level and Strategic HRM at post-graduate level. The undergraduates have… Read more HRM: do you show your bottom-line impact?
Image via Wikipedia Any of these topics – psychology, chaos theory and complexity theory – is heavy reading on its… Read more Psychology, chaos theory, complexity theory, happiness and Batman?
Yesterday, I posted on my difficulty explaining the simultaneity principle in positive organizational scholarship and extrapolating the implications for organizational… Read more Simultaneity: The future is an arrow that arrives at our feet
How do you explain the simultaneity principle of positive psychology? Last week, I gave a talk on positive psychology to… Read more Is engendering curiosity a pertinent goal in positive psychology?
The puzzle of politicians and other ambitious people Many years ago, a student of mine, Phil, asked a simple question:… Read more Do you double-guess yourself? Get a mentor!
I read a great post this morning suggesting the Clay Shirky has it wrong. We don’t really have a cognitive… Read more Is the essence of a happy life a point-of-view?