Things to read, tools to use, places to go

Here you’ll find a few of our own publications as well as a variety of websites that we find interesting or useful.  If there are other sites we should include, please let us know.

Our Publications

  • Strengths Coaching for Teams (Choice Magazine) Download PDF

    A short article on how strengths-based tools can be used in team coaching.

  • At My Best (Poster Presentation) Download PDF

    Our poster presentation on stimulating strengths-based conversations, which was featured at the World Congress on Positive Psychology in Orlando, Florida.

Useful Websites

Created by the psychologists at Work Positive, these simple and effective resources help professionals bring the best out of others. Tools include the Strengths Cards, Good Question Cards and strengths-based 360 feedback system At My Best 360. 
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. 
Based at the Ross School of Business, the centre aims to inspire and enable leaders to build high-performing organizations that bring out the best in people.  It is a great source of information including articles, books and tools.  
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.  
The Centre for Confidence and Well-being aims to support individual, organisational and cultural change through the dissemination of learning from positive psychology. As well as their web resources they organise conferences, workshops and networking events. They are based in Scotland.
Accessible articles on Positive Psychology are posted to this site on a regular basis, which is run by graduates of the Master of Applied Positive Psychology.  
This is Prof Barbara Fredrickson’s lab, which studies positive emotions.  Lots of links to research, publications and events around this topic. 
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. 
A website and newsletter run by Ben Dean, focused on the practical application of positive psychology to coaching, work and life. They have regular calls with leading figures in the field which are well worth a listen. 

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