International Day of Happiness 2015

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Hello to all! I haven’t written a blog in a long time due to various busyness – we all know how that is, right?

Today (March 20th) is the United Nations’ International Day of Happiness and one of the important “happiness day” initiatives is an online webinar series by the graduates of the University of Pennsylvania’s Master of Applied Positive Psychology program.

Over 30 MAPP alumni have been interviewed about their special areas of interest as they pertain to the field of applied positive psychology and its research basis.

The videos are available for free until March 26th and all of the videos are being released at once. You can learn more here:

http://www.vitaconference.com/happiness.html

 

There is also the option to pay, if you should want permanent access to the videos. That allows you to watch them on your own time, at your own pace.

When you choose to pay, two great things will happen.

1. You will get access to the videos – for as long as you want! Including some bonus videos!

2. You will be supporting the Christopher Peterson Memorial Fellowship.

Learn more about positive psychology pioneer and thinker Dr. Chris Peterson here:

In Memory of Chris Peterson: http://mappalum.org/chrisp
The Fellowship and donation options: http://mappalum.org/Chrispet

 

Thank you for your on-going interest in positive psychology, and have a great Day of Happiness!

And if you are so inclined, please share this event information with your own networks. We’d like to spread positive psychology to the whole world. Thank you!

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Lisa Sansom

Lisa Sansom has her MBA from the Rotman School of Management, and over two decades of experience in teaching and training. Her years of work in the organizational development field have included projects on change management, employee engagement, leadership development, team coaching and employer of choice strategies.

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