Positive Practices Playbook

$39.95

An essential resource in an uncertain and everchanging world

The Positive Practices Playbook is a resource that helps individuals to take a proactive rather than reactive approach to building psychological wellbeing. Grounded in science, applying positive psychology and neuroscience, the Playbook provides evidence-based practices that inform, support and empower individuals and teams.

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An essential resource in an uncertain and everchanging world

Did you know that Neuroscience has shown us that if you can raise a person’s level of positivity in the present, their brain experiences what is called a happiness advantage – that is, your brain at positive performs significantly better than at negative, neutral or stressed.

Your ability to make positive decisions and to ‘access and utilise’ your intelligence rises, your creativity rises, your energy levels rise – in fact – every single personal and professional outcome can improve.

Positive psychology and neuroscience research has shown there are many practices we can implement in our daily life that lead to increased positivity and improved mental and physical wellbeing, however, applying practices that improve our wellbeing isn’t a one size fits all approach.

Evidence-based practices that improve psychological wellbeing are like a restaurant buffet, even though all the food can nourish us, some will be more appetising, nutritious (and agreeable!) to and for us than others. The Positive Practices Playbook provides the what, why and how to implement multiple applied positive psychology practices, acting as a ‘wellbeing buffet’, it helps readers to find practices that resonate the most and have the greatest impact on them – facilitating increased application to boost and protect psychological wellbeing.

The Positive Practices Playbook is a resource that helps individuals to take a proactive rather than reactive approach to building psychological wellbeing. Grounded in science, applying positive psychology and neuroscience, the Playbook provides evidence-based practices that inform, support and empower individuals and teams.

When used within organisations, it can help to build positive cultures – enhancing engagement, performance and productivity. Evidence also shows that what is good for wellbeing, can be great for creativity and innovation too – which we all need to activate and facilitate if we’re going to not just survive but thrive in this increasingly complex and everchanging world.

We hope you enjoy embedding the practices in your life and workplace!