Our team has rich experience in leadership development. Along the way we worked with all these leaders from different industries, nationalities and seniorities, we firmly believe that with the arrival of the VUCA era, the success formula for modern corporate lies in their ability to embrace and respect the humanness of everyone, the needs, the dreams and the uniqueness of everyone in the workplace.
Thus, our works integrate Positive Psychology, Appreciative Inquiry, Integral Development and Leadership Development, to help participants flourishing the best in them, and to establish highly-engaged and high-performing teams.
At the same time, we also leverage on the Group Coaching approach to help participants deeply reflect on their leadership effectiveness, including their mindset and behaviours. Which is then followed by a series of actions and process to develop a more positive leadership style that truly synergies the strengths of the team and bring out their best.
The terminology 'Positive Psychology' was formally proposed by Martin E.P. Seligman, the Professor from University of Pennsylvania in 2000, the study of this field is a groundbreaking shift in the field. While the traditional psychology focuses on fixing what's wrong, Positive Psychology focuses on building what's strong, that cover a wide range of studies in strengths, resilience, EQ, meaning, connections, flow...etc.
In January 2012, Harvard Business Review used 'Positive Intelligence' as topic, it shown that different researches proved that happy employees outperformed others not only in productivity, but also in Sales, Profit, Creativity, and Customer Satisfaction.
Shawn Achor named it as 'Positive Intelligence', meaning corporates' performance on different aspects will be improved because of our positive mindset.
Apart from him, Sonja Lyubomirsky, Laura King and Ed Diener'studies have also found that employees' level of life satisfaction impacts productivity, sales volume and creativity.
In 2009, Daniel Pink pointed out in his book <Drive> that the traditional motivation approach - Carrot and Stick may often create unnecessary negative side effects. Instead, letting employees feel that they have Autonomy, Mastery and Purpose is the long-term and effective motivation approach.
In the past two decades, more and more companies have made huge commitment and investment in introducing Positive Psychology, Coaching and Employees Engagement to unleash the ultimate "Positive Intelligence" in their people.
Are you ready to be part of this worldwide movement?
All of the above researches validate our belief that
the success formula for modern corporations lies in their ability to embrace and respect the humanness of everyone, the needs, the dreams and the uniqueness of everyone in the workplace."