Positive Psychology

Positive Psychology

Courage, creativity, curiosity, integrity, self-knowledge, moderation, self-control, will power, determination, optimism, wisdom…

Positive Psychology is the scientific study of the processes, competencies, and dynamics that explain how individuals, groups, and organizations can fully develop and use their potential. The field is founded on the premise that people want to lead meaningful and fulfilling lives, to cultivate what is best within themselves, and to enhance their experiences of work, relationships, and overall life satisfaction.

Resilience, life-long learning, employability, and diversity & inclusion are all built upon the principles of positive psychology.

Emotional Competence (commonly referred to as emotional Intelligence)

At the heart of positive psychology and resilience is the science of emotional competence. Emotional competence includes the abilities to perceive, understand, use, and manage moods and emotions in self and others. These in turn are crucial for leadership, decision-making, team dynamics, health, and relationships at work.