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Work Engagement: Occupational Health Psychology in the 21st Century

Wilmar Schaufeli, Utrecht University, Work Engagement: Occupational Health Psychology in the 21st Century #ECPP ​ #work #health #RCLL #engagement ​​​​


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Exciting Advances in the Science of Subjective Well-being

Ed Diener, Ph.D. Exciting Advances in the Science of Subjective Well-being Abstract: Dr. Diener reviews accumulating evidence linking subjective well-being to beneficial effects on health, relationships, work performance, citizenship, and creativity. He also discusses advances in...


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Meaning In Life and Work

Michael F. Steger, Ph.D. Meaning In Life and Work Abstract: Michael F. Steger, Ph.D. examines the construct, including theories from Frankl to Baumeister. He shares research on how experiencing meaning can have positive effects on one’s health and happiness, decisions and effort ...


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An Interview and Q&A with Barry Schwartz, PhD

Barry Schwartz, PhD An Interview and Q&A with Barry Schwartz, PhD Abstract: This interview explored Dr. Schwartz’s recent look at our complex relationship to work and how beliefs shape the structures that create our reality of work. Dr. Schwartz’s research and writing offers ...


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Exciting Advances in the Science of Subjective Well-being

Ed Diener, Ph.D. Exciting Advances in the Science of Subjective Well-being Abstract: Dr. Diener reviews accumulating evidence linking subjective well-being to beneficial effects on health, relationships, work performance, citizenship, and creativity. He also discusses advances in...


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Meaning that Strengthens: Thinking and Using Positive Identities

Jane Dutton, PhD Meaning that Strengthens: Thinking and Using Positive Identity Infusions Abstract: How we narrate who we are at work matters for our sense of thriving, engagement and commitment in that important context. In this discussion, Dr. Jane Dutton gives an overview of ...


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An Interview with Kelly McGonigal, Ph.D.

Kelly McGonigal, Ph.D. An Interview with Kelly McGonigal, Ph.D. Abstract: In this engaging and informative discussion, Dr. McGonigal explains how our relationship to stress impacts our experience of it and shared evidence-based insights for healthier response strategies. She also...


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Crafting Meaningful Work

Amy Wrzesniewski Crafting Meaningful Work Bio: Amy Wrzesniewski is Associate Professor of Organizational Behavior at the Yale School of Management, Yale University. She earned her B.A. from the University of Pennsylvania, where she graduated magna cum laude with an honors degree in...


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Using Positive Psychology to Achieve Optimal Outcomes in the Best Possible Way

Dianne Vella-Brodrick, Ph.D. Using Positive Psychology to Achieve Optimal Outcomes in the Best Possible Way Abstract: Positive psychology can have sustained impact in diverse contexts, particularly if best practice principles are used as a guide. This presentation will address...


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Give and Take

Adam Grant, PhD Give and Take Adam Grant, Ph.D., is the youngest tenured professor at Wharton, and he has been named one of the world’s 40 best business professors under 40 and one of BusinessWeek’s favorite professors. He is a leading expert on success, work motivation, and helping...