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THE SCIENCE, O F POSITIVITY Dr Suzy Green is a Clinical and Coaching Psychologist MAPS and Founder of. The Positivity Institute a POSITIVELY DEVIANT organisation dedicated to the. research and application of Positive Psychology for life school and work We sat. down with Suzy to chat all things positivity, 6 allied magazine. The science of Positive Psychology has the Institute as a BHAG a big hairy about what happiness is and in fact that. been around for nearly 20 years now but audacious goal is a very inspiring the broader concept of wellbeing does in. the concept itself feels as though it is only purpose Are there any notable moments fact encompass the full range of human. being properly appreciated as a valuable cases or clients you ve worked with that emotions like sadness anger and fear. resource in places like education and you look back on and think We ve made a We do however need skills in managing. workplace settings in more recent times big difference there these so called negative emotions when. Do you agree and if so why do you think they become problematic but overall. that is Yes that would definitely be our work in they re useful and we need to understand. Education Having now worked in that them better which is what traditional. Yes I sometimes feel like people have field over 10 years it s been amazing to psychology has helped us do However. been looking at me like I m Pollyanna for see the growth and uptake of it here in it s only been since the launch of Positive. the past 20 years but finally the science Australia and globally I recently saw that Psychology that we now understand. is being taken seriously and there are in India the education department has the role of positive emotions such as joy. more people and organisations open just implemented happiness classes gratitude love awe and how important it. to exploring the power of is to prioritise positivity and. positivity Schools have led, the charge and those that an investment in not just for our psychological. wellbeing but for our physical, experiences leads to longer. are doing it well have taken wellbeing There s more and. a strategic and sustainable more research emerging that. whole school approach highlights the role positive. to organisational change, creating a positive culture to lasting HAPPINESS and emotions play on our immune.
functioning and overall, support students staff and physical health. whole school communities, With this focus on being. When was The Positivity Institute created for all children Similarly in Bhutan a happy have we now taken things too far. and what led you to creating such a gross national happiness curriculum in terms of being so afraid of negative. wonderful concept was implemented and scientifically emotions sadness grief etc and so. assessed and has shown to not only focused on being happy that we find. PI was formally launched in 2012 and increase happiness and wellbeing but ways to avoid having those negative. it came about after years of helping simultaneously academic attainment feelings If so what are the consequences. individuals both in a counselling and Another school we ve worked with is Perth of that. coaching approach to overcome adversity College in Western Australia and this is now. and be their best selves Traditionally our 4th year of implementation and there Yes we need to understand use and. a clinical psychologist s role is to treat are real and observable changes in both manage these negative emotions. symptoms and help the person return to a staff and student wellbeing For example The negative label can be unhelpful. normal range of functioning In Coaching students even as young as 5 can name though as even negative emotions can. Psychology and Positive Psychology the their strengths have a language for their be positive Consider anger for example. aim is to help the person move from 0 to emotions and understand what it means to Without a certain degree of anger think. 5 for optimal human functioning which have a growth mindset These life skills assertiveness we would have no one. really appealed to me and energised me are essential to young people going out standing up for injustices Without fear. I also had the privilege of teaching the into a VUCA volatile uncertain complex think caution we might take risks that. first Positive Psychology university class and ambiguous world At this point many have dire consequences and without. in Australia at the University of Sydney adults still don t have these skills and we sadness think melancholy we may not. for 10 years After 10 years of teaching wonder why there s so much psychological spend time in reflection and make the. the material I also had an amazing distress in our communities positive changes we want to make in our. opportunity to apply my learnings at a lives We also know that not allowing us to. pioneering project at one of Sydney s When it comes to our individual pursuits feel or express these emotions can take a. major independent boys schools Since of what we think happiness is it seems toll on our mental and physical wellbeing. then the field of Positive Education which as though most of us are waiting for. began at Geelong Grammar in Australia that happiness to arrive in the mail or You ve spoken before about material. has gone global and continues to grow something Why do you think that is possessions vs experiences Would you. Similarly in the workplace more recently mind explaining why one is different from. we secured a workplace engagement at Yes even the Founder of the field of the other in terms of creating wellbeing. the Reserve Bank of Australia one of the Positive Psychology Professor Martin for us. first organisations in Australia to undertake Seligman now states that he detests the. an applied positive psychology program word happiness The reason for this is that There s research to show that an. for their staff And the interest now we can set up false expectations about it investment in material possessions has. continues to build there s no turning back being possible to be yellow smiley faced a short lived effect on our happiness. happy all of the time We also can suffer and wellbeing whereas an investment. The Institute s aim to create flourishing from the good old I ll be happy when in experiences leads to longer lasting. lives and increase the well being of syndrome This all points to the need for happiness and wellbeing mainly. the world otherwise referred to by further education to children and adults because we ve created positive memories. allied magazine 7, that we can positively reminisce on which If you do suffer from depression or anxiety then. then recreates the positive emotions as if we re limiting your use may be beneficial particularly. actually reliving the whole experience again if you find yourself making social comparisons. With material possessions whilst we can gain a to your friends or insta influencers wishing. lot of anticipatory pleasure from waiting and you were them or had their life that s not a. saving for a much desired possession once we recipe for wellbeing However research has. get it habituation kicks in That basically means shown that if you can use it to build positive. we start to take it for granted and we lose the relationships by staying in touch with family and. pleasure that we had when we first bought it friends and cultivating happiness in seeing their. There is a way however to extend the joy from happiness then it can have a positive effect on. purchasing material possessions and that is to our wellbeing We need greater education and. savour them That means employing a greater guidance about technology and wellbeing. level of mindfulness to notice the possession and we need to use it to boost our wellbeing not. more importantly recall how undermine it, If we see much pleasure it gives you. or how hard you worked, ourselves others, to attain it That can allay Part of human survival has meant we are.
habituation programmed for want of a better word with. systems in our brains that have been there for, and the world We re more connected. than ever before with, millennia For example the negativity bias Can. you explain what that is and give us a tip on how, as NEGATIVE. our communications to live with that, technologies whether it. be social media or basic The negativity bias is an in built mechanism. then that s what text messaging yet it, seems as though these.
that is there to protect us From an evolutionary, perspective it s there to ensure we scan the. we re likely to, technologies have damaged environment for things that could go wrong and. our relationships with one ultimately kill us However some of us have a. another and made us more stronger negativity or pessimistic bias than others. EXPERIENCE disconnected in many ways, This type of communication. For some people that s more of trait that they ve, been born with but for others it s been growing. is only going to become more prevalent into the up in a family or environment that has a focus. future what do you think that future holds for us on negativity and all that s wrong with people. our relationships and wellbeing with this as one and the world We ve known for a long time that. of our primary forms of connection with each there s such a thing as a self fulfilling prophecy. other which means what we focus on grows and we, can create the outcomes we re focused on If we.
The research on social media is not as black and see ourselves others and the world as negative. white as we think or often hear in the media then that s what we re likely to experience. Whilst there is a lot of research to how that the It s really important to raise awareness of our. use of social media can have a very negative own biases in a mindful way and question. effect on our wellbeing more recent research how truthful or helpful they are Overall the. conducted here in Australia has shown that it s negativity bias is not going away as it s really. much more nuanced than that It comes down there to protect we just need to work extra hard. to who you are and how you use social media, 8 allied magazine. at focusing our attention on the good and the It s not possible to summarise this in one answer. positive and then we ll start to see and feel more but if there were 3 things we can all practise. of that in the world every day to assist changing our mood or. mindsets to being more positive what would, With that in mind how does a business owner they be. create an inspiring workplace that promotes a, positive emotional climate That s fairly easy as the research is pretty clear. about this right now, That takes time First off you need education as. to what constitutes an inspiring or flourishing as 1 Mindfulness Now being referred to as the. we like to call it workplace There s significant foundation of flourishing Significant amounts. research in the US from the Ross School of of research has shown that mindfulness. Business University of Michigan that has studied meditation reduces stress enhances wellbeing. the positively deviant organisations that is and improves our relationships through greater. those organisations that are exemplars or exceed compassion Finding a mindfulness practice that. the norm in a positive way where their leaders works for you is key though Some people prefer. staff and stakeholders are experiencing high more of an active mindfulness meditation like. levels of performance and wellbeing at the mindful walking or yoga or tai chi. same time For so many organisations there is a, focus on creating a high performance culture 2 Gratitude Just stopping once a week and.
which often results in a detrimental effect on the noting down 3 5 things people that you. individual team and organisational wellbeing appreciate in your life has been shown to. Thanks to the growing research base and significantly improve wellbeing and reduce. pioneering organisations that are applying the depression in as little as a month The disclaimer. science there is growing acknowledgement that here though is that if you re already a grateful. helping people to be their best selves impacts on person you re unlikely to get an extra boost to. overall organisational effectiveness your wellbeing however if you ve been taking. things or people for granted this one can be a, Training alone is not sufficient though In fact life changer. research tells us that people retain less than 10, from training days We need to utilise a coaching 3 Compassion for self and others developing. approach by creating a coaching culture where greater understanding kindness and compassion. people bring out the best in others and have for ourselves and others has also been shown. processes that support sustainable change to have a positive effect on our wellbeing. Finally we need to take a strategic approach Judging too harshly or quickly can lead to false. Currently so many organisations are taking what assumptions which ultimately leave us not feeling. I d call a scattergun approach to wellbeing very positive Research has shown that cultivating. They re also not making important linkages loving kindness even to those we have a difficult. between wellbeing and performance It s not an time liking has a positive effect on our own. either or proposition wellbeing Remember Mother Theresa said that. there are three important things in life the first is. How do you start your day Are there some tips to be kind the second is to be kind and the third. JESSICA SEPEL THE SCIENCE OF DR SUZY GREEN MR PERFECT DISPELLING THE MYTH WELLNESS IN THE WORKPLACE WITH TOM BOSNA positivity on health business amp balance 6 allied magazine THE SCIENCE OF POSITIVITY Dr Suzy Green is a Clinical and Coaching Psychologist MAPS and Founder of e Positivity Institute a POSITIVELY DEVIANT organisation dedicated to the research and application of Positive

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