Tuesday, May 16th, 2017

When faced with challenges at work, do you tend to focus on the negative or see great opportunities? Research shows taking a solutions-oriented approach to our work makes us better communicators and more productive contributors, but it can be hard to stay positive when surrounded by negative messages and naysaying team members.

Join Michelle Gielan, founder and researcher at the Institute for Applied Positive Research, as she shares her expertise in positive psychology and explores the importance of optimism for employees and managers. She’ll share the assessment she developed to identify the three greatest predictors of long-term success at work, and how to apply this research to find the best candidates for your roles. Discover the questions you should be asking candidates during the interview process, and learn new communication strategies that will bring out the best in your employees and teams.


Presented by:

Michelle Gielan
Author & Founder of the Institute for Applied Positive Research

Michelle Gielan, author of Broadcasting Happiness and founder of the Institute for Applied Positive Research, espouses the power of positivity.


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