05 Dec Happiness at work – applications of positive psychology
Wellbeing: Positive thinking pays off
Using positive thinking techniques could be HR’s best bet for motivating workforces, says Sally O’Reilly.
Waving a magic wand over the workforce may not be the remit of human resources (HR). But sometimes you might feel you need special powers to transform demoralised clock-watchers into happy, productive staff. The good news is that there is a way of boosting employee morale without using fairy dust, and it’s called ‘positive psychology’.
Put simply, this is a branch of psychology that helps workers create positive emotional states, so that they can perform to the best of their ability.
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