Using the science of well-being for organizations and individuals....
I gave this three-minute Gallery Presentation on organizational resilience and well-being at the International Positive Psychology Association's World Congress in July 2021. I believe its principles and practices for organizations are timeless.
I gave this three-minute Gallery Presentation on religion, spirituality, and individual well-being at the International Positive Psychology Association's World Congress in July 2021. I believe its principles and practices are especially potent in these uncertain times.
The science of well-being enables individuals to build resilience and character strengths in the face of adversity, and to thrive - not just survive.
Financial and Technical Capital will succeed only if Human Capital is attended to with equal care. Leadership sets the tone at the top.
Well-managed conflict can fuel change and bring about necessary growth for individuals and organizations. Organizational change allows new ideas to surface.
Robin studied directly with Martin Seligman (Learned Optimism), Angela Duckworth (Grit), Karen Reivich (Penn Resilience Program), James Pawelski (On Human Flourishing), and many other giants in the burgeoning field of Applied Positive Psychology. She teaches and inspires organizations to be more humane, ethical, and resilient, and helps individuals learn and apply principles of well-being so they can survive and thrive in the face of adversity.
Robin studied Organizational Behavior with Kate Kirkham, Alan Wilkins, Kerry Patterson, Warner Woodworth and other innovators and leaders in understanding institutions, social norms and creating systemic change through positive leadership. She also studied Human Resource Development under R. Wayne Pace and Eric Stephan, statesmen in the field of individual growth within organizations.
Robin has worked with SAFEChecks, a company specializing in fraud prevention, since 2002. She is the primary Editor of Frank Abagnale's The Fraud Bulletin which is used by government agencies such as the FBI and Federal Reserve, as well as organizations throughout the United States.
To round things out, she is also a Suzuki violin teacher and is Co-Director of the Suzuki Music Program of Los Angeles. To quote Pablo Casals, "Perhaps it is music that will save the world...." Along with applied positive psychology and the science of well-being!
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