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Using Positive Psychology To Overcome Challenges At Work

Video featuring Margaret Greenberg and Senia Maymin, authors of Profit from the Positive.

You’re constantly challenged to grow your business, increase productivity, and improve quality-all while reducing or keeping budgets flats.  Now the big question is how?  In this video Q&A , you’ll get solutions for common challenges faced at work, based on the science of positive psychology.

What is Positive Psychology?

What are strength based organizations?

In chapter 2 of your book, Profit from the Positive, you talk about “The Resilient Leader.”  Can you give us an example of a resilient leader?

Can you talk about an essential productivity tool any manager can use?

Hiring the right people can really shape your team and prevent future problems from occurring.  What advice do you have in regards to hiring?


Margaret H. Greenberg is a sought-after executive coach by Fortune 500 executives. In 1997 after 15 years in the corporate world she founded The Greenberg Group a consulting firm dedicated to coaching business leaders and their teams to achieve more than they ever thought possible. She holds a BA in sociology from the University of Hartford and a Master of Applied Positive Psychology from the University of Pennsylvania.
Senia Maymin PhD is an executive coach to entrepreneurs and CEOs. Maymin runs a coaches network and is the founder and editor in chief of the research news site She holds a BA in math and economics from Harvard University a MAPP from the University of Pennsylvania and an MBA and PhD in organizational behavior from the Stanford Graduate School of Business.

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