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The Magic of Positivity and Recognition at Work

The Magic of Positivity and Recognition at Work   


My Favorite Positive Psychology Books

  • The Happiness Advantage – Shawn Achor
  • The How of Happiness – Sonja Lyubomirsky
  • The Emotional Tool Kit – Darlene Mininni
  • Spontaneous Happiness – Andrew Weil
  • Search Inside Yourself – Chade-Meng Tan
  • Happiness – Matthieu Ricard
  • Train Your Mind Change Your Brain – Sharon Begley
  • Flourish – Martin Seligman
  • Happier – Tal Ben Shahar
  • Positivity – Barbara Fredrickson
  • Learned Optimism – Martin Seligman

See a great list of Positive Psychology related books here.

Helpful Websites

  • – Offers ideas and resources to empower organizations and individuals to boost happiness at work and increase engagement,productivity, and creativity.
  • – Be happier, live fuller, and work better with materials, certification, and corporate training from Hapacus.
  • – Center for Positive Organizations at University of Michigan’s Ross School of Business
  • – American Psychological Center for Organizational Excellence
  • – Offers information about creating a positive workplace including apps that create a self discovery platform to learn more about yourself, your colleagues and your workplace to understand how you fit.
  • – Offers activities and games based on cutting-edge research by psychologists and neuroscientists from leading academic institutions
  • – Positive Psychology Center at the University of Pennsylvania
  • – Educational organization committed to spreading ideas and practices that can help individuals and groups live life to its fullest—spiritually, physically, intellectually, relationally, and emotionally.
  • – Berkeley’s Greater Good Science Center
  • – Your One-Stop Positive Psychology Resource
  • – Appreciative Inquiry Commons for Positive Change Research
  • – International Positive Psychology Association
  • – Wellspring Institute for Neuroscience and Contemplative Wisdom
  • – Center for Investigating Healthy Minds (CIHM) at the Waisman Center, University of Wisconsin-Madison


Please let me know about your favorite books or resources and I may add them here.



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