Martin Seligman is a leading authority in the fields of positive psychology, resilience, learned helplessness, depression, optimism, and pessimism. He is the director of the Penn Positive Psychology Center, the Penn Master of Applied Positive Psychology program.
In this conversation, you will hear Martin share what he would like attendees to take away from his presentation at the 5th World Congress on Positive Psychology. He talks about changes he is seeing with governments as they implement positive psychology practices. Martin believes well-being should be one of the principle goals of political policy around the world.
Martin also talks about positive psychology in the workplace. He shares one small change that he believes can make a big impact on workplaces. He also shares that increases in occupational well-being should decrease accidents and increase safety in the workplace.
Connect with Martin Seligman:
Website - http://authentichappiness.org
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