The Payoffs for Being a Positive Person
What are the challenges of being positive in the workplace? How do you manage employees who are stuck in negativity? Why are some people more pessimistic than others, and can you do something about that? Those any other questions are answered in this episode of Training Matters, in which Honey discusses the payoffs for being a positive person with Tina Hallis, certified expert in Positive Psychology.About Our GuestWhen Tina Hallis was introduced to a new science called Positive Psychology, it showed her how building our positivity could give us the necessary courage to quit a really bad job or to see more of the good aspects in a job where we were stuck in the negative. Positive Psychology had strategies she could actually use to improve her work experience, and it was information she could share to help others with theirs. If there’s one place we could really use help staying positive, it’s at work. So Tina decided to start her own company, The Positive Edge, with the goal of bringing this information into organizations to help improve the quality of people’s work lives and the quality of company cultures. As part of this endeavor, Tina became certified in Positive Psychology through the WholeBeing Institute and an authorized partner for Everything DiSC®.