Celebrate International Day of Happiness!

  "The pursuit of happiness is serious business." - UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon, 2015. On March 20, people all around the world will be celebrating the United Nations International Day of ...
By Sophie Archibald | 16 March 2018
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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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Lead with the Brain in Mind: 5 Tips to Boost Your Brain’s Performance

To lead people we first need to be able to lead ourselves. Leading with the brain in mind helps us bring out the best in ourselves so we can do the same with others. Understanding how the human brain ...
By Sue Langley | 25 August 2015
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Divided attention: How to be more mindful about multitasking

Our brains simply aren’t wired for multitasking, no matter how much our technologically frenetic workplaces and lives demand it. So says a long line of research and popular articles. Being bombarded ...
By Sue Langley | 10 May 2015
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Five simple steps for communicating change

A lack of communication is a broad term often used when people are struggling to learly establish what is going on within an organisation, project or team and what is needed of them. The key here is ...
By Stuart Harrison | 22 July 2013
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Ten tips to be happy at work

There are many simple and free ways make workplaces happier places to be and, as a result, more productive. Sue Langley shares top tips to to be happy at work and ensure your business is nurturing ...
By Langley Group | 27 May 2013
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Four steps for building your resilience

Resilience is the capacity to withstand and adapt to the challenges life throws us. It is a skill anyone can learn, not only to survive, but to thrive. Resilient people fulfill their potential ...
By Sue Langley | 27 May 2013
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Optimism: How to learn to expect positive outcomes

The father of learned optimism and one of the most influential figures in positive psychology, Martin Seligman defines optimism as "a tendency to expect the best possible outcome or dwell on the most ...
By Sue Langley | 26 March 2013
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Curiosity: A vital ingredient for fulfilment and growth

"You can't always be happy but nearly always profoundly aware and curious", asserts Todd Kashdan, Senior Scientist at the Center for Consciousness and Transformation at George Mason University and ...
By Sue Langley | 24 January 2013
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Four things you can do today to practice kindness

Small gestures and acts of kindness send powerful messages that connect us with others and give meaning to our daily lives. Kindness makes both giver and receiver happier. Studies show that simply by ...
By Sue Langley | 26 September 2012
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