Creativity – Virtues and Challenging Times

Creativity is the use of imagination or original ideas to create something; inventiveness. Research on decision-making shows that our brains are wired to be more reactionary under stress, and this can take a toll on creativity. How are you using your innate creativity right now? 

Generosity – Virtues and Challenging Times

“Generosity” is the quality of being kind and generous. Positive psychology research shows that those who give more of themselves are the most likely to feel joy, fulfilment, and satisfaction. How can you be generous this week? 

Joyfulness – Virtues and Challenging Times

Joyfulness is the quality of being very happy. One of the most beautiful aspects of being human is the experience of JOY. So how can we maintain our joyfulness during changing times?

Unity – Virtues and Challenging Times

“Unity” is the act of staying connected and unified, especially during a time of self isolating and working remotely. How do you experience and cultivate one-ness in your world?

Reliability – Virtues and Challenging Times

Reliability is the act of showing up and coming through as planned. As people we inherently value reliability, whether it be in our internet service provider, method of transport or coworkers.

Character Strengths and Challenging Times

Virtues, according to the ancient Greeks, were behaviours that contributed to a better society.  Modern positive psychologists typically view those traditional human virtues now as “Character Strengths”.

Questions for managers to elicit better performance

Whether it’s an employee review or a reflection on a project or challenge, asking the right questions is vital for enhancing performance, improving productivity levels and increasing employee morale.