Getting happier, working better

Anna Kelsey-Sugg

Studies have now proven that positive psychology has a big impact. In the workplace it can keep employees happier and more motivated to return to work after an illness or injury.

Some of us might have to rack our brains to think of the last time our bosses praised our contribution to the workplace. Often, the only communication we have with those who manage us is based on criticism or suggestions for improvement. But think about how much better you might work if you knew your good work was being not only recognised, but appreciated.Enter positive psychology, a concept that suggests we can learn to be happier (and teach ot...

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