The more positive the brain becomes during challenges, the more capable it is to recover from stress, anxiety and trauma, and pro-actively adapt to changing circumstances, leading to post traumatic growth. The Orange Frog Workshop™ is a virtual group learning experience that teaches the principles of positive psychology and unlocks an individual’s greatest competitive advantage – a positive and engaged mindset. To begin your Orange Frog journey, click the button above.
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It is easy to find the world today filled with negativity and unrest, from a global pandemic to a widespread economic slowdown. Many individuals and leaders worry, especially now, that trying to emphasize positivity and happiness will make them seem out of touch, potentially backfiring rather than helping their teammates. The great temptation is to wait until the crisis ends and things are back to normal before discussing such topics. Upon closer reflection, a huge flaw is found in this thought process – if we are waiting until challenges lessen at work to find happiness and optimism, we will never find happiness, nor will we receive its proven benefits in our personal and professional lives.
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In today’s ever-changing environment, this investment in systemizing a positive mindset is proving to be mandatory if an organization wishes is to achieve its potential. Decades of research by positive psychology thought-leader Shawn Achor and results seen at organizations such as Genesis Health consistently show that an organization’s greatest competitive advantage is a positive and engaged mindset and the return it drives.
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