Improve your personal health—and the health of your organization—by finding opportunities to experience lots of “Ho, Ho, Ho” on the job.
By Jeri Mae Rowley In 2002, Donald O Clifton, Ph.D., former chairman of the Gallup Organization, was honored by the American Psychological Association as the “Father of Strengths Psychology” and the “Grandfather of Positive Psychology. These awards recognized Dr. Clifton’s half century of study to understand the effects of “positivity” on people and organizations. That
On My Mind: Leading Change
By Jeri Mae Rowley As leaders, we hold the key to successful change in the palm of our hand…especially if we happen to be holding a mirror. Change While researching the subject of “change” I came across two related stories. The most recent story is about a scientific breakthrough takes place in 2010. But the …