Shawna L. Rogers
As employee work-related identities become more positive, individuals are strengthened and become more capable of dealing with current challenges while identifying and taking advantage of new opportunities.1
Developing a positive organization requires extending the concepts, practices, and techniques of positive psychology (PP) beyond the leadership team. In fact, positive organization research is clear that human flourishing within the organizational setting requires near-universal participation in positive practices and perspectives. In other words, it is unlikely that a single individual can achieve and sustain ...