Should companies concern themselves with the psychological well-being of their employees? After all, the prevalent assumption is that business organizations should be focusing on maximizing profits. Positive leaders reconcile economic profit and human thriving. Here's how.
In a service-based economy, work gets done with and through people and organizations depend on positive interpersonal connections to accomplish their goals. For this reason working effectively with others, or in teams, has become one of the most important skills in the workplace. Do you know what most engages people at work? Find out now.
Positive psychology research shows that most people are naturally motivated to perform at their best, provided their organizational context allows them to optimize their potential. How do you do that? Put people first and embrace a workplace culture that addresses fundamental human needs for autonomy, relatedness, and achievement that allows people to flourish and become their best selves.