This course explores how the main areas of positive psychology, such as strengths, flow, generative interactions, and psychological and social capital, can be applied to the everyday challenges organizations and leaders face. This course also examines psychological concepts and theories that lead to the creation of positive organizations that foster employee flourishing, engagement, psychological safety, well-being, and purpose. Students in this course also explore the power of positive leadership in developing dynamic, adaptive and resilient work communities. This course uses seminars, research, group work, reflection assignments, and final projects to help students bridge theory and practice and gain skills, knowledge, and competencies to become positive and impactful leaders and change-makers.
Freshman - Senior
Class Size: 25
Credits per quarter
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Winter 2020 Registration
In Person or Remote
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SEM 2 A2109 - Seminar