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Mindfulness v Mindlessness: The Art of Noticing New Things

Becoming mindful is not as complicated or effortful as many people think. According to Ellen Langer, a pioneering researcher in the field, mindfulness is simply the process of actively noticing new ...
By Langley Group | 2 May 2017
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To Promote Innovation, Lead with Forgiveness

A culture of innovation is founded on forgiveness. Yet in many workplaces people are put under unforgiving pressure to turn ideas into innovative advantage, with little patience for mistakes. When ...
By Sue Langley | 27 April 2017
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A Call for Mindful Leadership

If organisations were mindful, rather than mindless as they often are, leadership would be quite different. In this guest blog, previously published on the Harvard Business Review blog as part of a ...
By Ellen Langer | 26 April 2017
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Sue Langley Speaking At World’s Leading Conference On Wellbeing & Happiness!

The Langley Group is excited to be the Platinum Sponsor for the world’s leading conference on wellbeing and happiness - the 11th annual Happiness & Its Causes conference to be held 22 & 23 June 2017 ...
By Langley Group | 14 March 2017
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Informal Strengths Assessment: Simple Ways to Realise Strengths in People

Helping people realise their strengths enables you to get the best from them whatever the context. Whether you are a coach, leader, hiring manager, teacher or parent, strengths are natural, authentic ...
By Sue Langley | 21 February 2017
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Positive Leadership: A Framework for Boosting Organisational Performance

Smart organisations can achieve improvement and business benefits by equipping leaders with the capabilities to create a positive culture that leads to thriving performance. One of my favourite ...
By Sue Langley | 29 August 2016
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Nine Principles for Co-Creating Culture Change

How do you help organisations achieve positive, rapid and sustainable change? Traditionally change in organisations has been a top-down, linear, compliance process; first designed and then ...
By Sarah Lewis | 25 August 2016
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Four Strengths Tools Based on Positive Psychology

The science of strengths is increasingly attractive to coaching professionals and organisations, spurred by scholarly research, popular books, and a growing range of strengths assessments and ...
By Sophie Francis | 26 July 2016
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Prioritise Positivity: Swap your To-Do List for a Ta-Da List!

Positive emotions are valuable for helping refuel our brains. If we are looking to try something new or create some healthy habits, positive emotions help us achieve our goals. Research shows that ...
By Sue Langley | 18 July 2016
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Podcast: How To Bring Out the Best In Yourself and Others

Are you wondering what it takes to consistently bring out the best in yourself and others?  Wish you understood how to work with people’s brains when it comes to creating lasting positive behavior ...
By Langley Group | 18 July 2016
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