POSITIVE ORGANIZATIOnS CREATE POSITIVE OUTCOMES
Our business expertise and deep knowledge of the science of positive psychology help our clients achieve outstanding results.
What is Positive Psychology?
Positive psychology identifies the conditions under which people thrive in a variety of arenas. As psychologist Chris Peterson, PhD said, “Positive psychology is the scientific study of what makes life most worth living. It is a call for psychological science and practice to be as concerned with strength as with weakness; as interested in building the best things in life as in repairing the worst; and as concerned with making the lives of normal people fulfilling as with healing pathology.”
By using psychological principles to enhance the culture of your organization and the development of your leaders, we will assist you in creating an environment in which your business and the people within it will flourish. In turn, your business will enjoy greater teamwork, productivity, and profit.
Our assessments provide a comprehensive understanding of an individual’s strengths, developmental needs, and motivators. Whether for selection or development, the data gained from our process supports effective hiring and talent management decisions. In addition, our feedback process helps professionals to position themselves for success.
Even a group of superstars will underperform if they are unable to work together effectively. By helping teams to leverage their strengths, address gaps, and understand individual differences, we assist them in achieving organizational goals.
Great leaders recognize that the development is never done – growth is a lifelong process. With targeted goals that are based on objective data, actionable suggestions, and a holistic approach to making change, our coaching helps our clients make the most of their abilities.
As a leader, it can be difficult to gain an honest and objective assessment of your organization. Our organizational studies provide an in-depth overview of internal talent, key cultural variables, and issues that interfere with execution. In addition, we provide recommendations to address inefficiencies and promote greater performance.
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