Things to read, tools to use, places to go

Here you’ll find links to our other websites, plus a few more that we often find interesting or useful.  If there are other sites we should include, please let us know.

Our sister sites

At my best logo

Home of our positive psychology-based tools, such as the Strengths Cards, Good Question Cards and At My Best 360.

Deckhive Logo

The interactive platform for using many different digital card decks in online coaching, facilitation and meetings.

Woohooyoo Logo

A uniquely personal gift, where messages of appreciation are collated in a beautiful book. Perfect for special occasions.

Other useful sites to check out

Center for Positive Organizations

Operating from the highly-regarded Ross School of Business at the University of Michigan, the Center is a pioneer in the field of Positive Organisational Scholarship. Their site contains loads of useful presentations and publications, focused on building thriving organisations. 

Action for Happiness

Action for Happiness is a UK-based movement for positive social change that brings together people who want to help create a happier society.  They regularly have high profile speakers at their meetings in London as well as regional meetings. 

Greater Good Science Center

The GGSC is based at the University of California, Berkeley and focuses on bridging the divide between research and practical application in the areas of social and emotional wellbeing. Their site contains a wealth of articles and resources that are useful for our personal and professional lives.

Authentic Happiness

A University of Pennsylvania website developed by the Positive Psychology Center, where Prof. Martin Seligman is Director.  The site includes lots of resources and a number of free to complete questionnaires.

Positive Emotion and Psychophysiology Lab

This is Prof Barbara Fredrickson’s lab, which studies positive emotions.  Lots of links to research, publications and events around this topic.

The Well-being Institute

This research centre, based at the University of Cambridge in the UK, is focused on enhancing the lives of individuals and of the institutions and communities in which they live and work.

Some of the organisations we are affiliated with






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