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Get your “Self-Care September” Calendar from Action for Happiness now!

Another month gone, another beautifully crafted calendar by our friends at Action for Happiness. For September, it´s all about self-care – and as usual, based on insights from Positive Psychology. You can download a file in high resolution for printing here. Enjoy – and please spread the news.

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Do you Want to Make your Work more Meaningful? Aim for the S.P.I.R.E.!

I´m a big fan of the work of Professor Michael F. Steger (Colorado State University), one of the world´s foremost scholars on the subject of meaning in life and meaning in work (see his TEDx Talk here). In fact, he´s not only a top-notch scientist, but at the same time he´s able to turn his research (plus other people´s scholarly work) into actionable insights for business leaders. Accordingly, I was more than thrilled when Michael agreed to work with me on a paper that…

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Get Your “Altruistic August” Calendar from Action for Happiness

Another month, another wonderful calendar by our friends at Action for Happiness. This time, it´s all about altruism. You can get your printable high-solution version here. By the way: all those calendars from the previous months can be downloaded here.

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A Place in the Sun: On Towel Wars and Corporate Culture

Oh, sweet vacation time. I have spent the last 12 days on the island of Ibiza with my wife and our two children at a seaside resort near Santa Eulalia. The weather was nice, the sea was warm, the ice cream was delicious – everything as it should be. Only one thing has somewhat diminished our enjoyment on a daily basis: My children are water lovers. Accordingly, we spent the greater part of our days at the pool (or the beach, for…

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Resilience: Get Your “Jump Back July” Calendar from Action for Happiness

The calendar for July created by “Action for Happiness” is centered around the concept of resilience. As usual, you can download a printable high-resolution version here.

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Nico Rose among the top 25 HR Influencers in the German-speaking Area

This is just a short and shameless piece of self-promotion. The premier German professional magazine for human resources, “Personal Magazin”, has issued a list of 25 top influencers for human resources topics in the German-speaking area, based on their outreach on Twitter and LinkedIn – and I made the cut.

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Get Your Joyful June Calendar from Action for Happiness

As with the previous months of 2018, our friends at Action for Happiness, a UK-based non-for-profit organization backed by luminaries such as the The Dalai Lama and Sir Richard Layard, have created a calendar for the month of June, displaying valuable advice based on the science of Positive Psychology. You can get a printable high-resolution version here.

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Re-Slicing the Happiness Pie: How much of our Well-Being can be Influenced through Intentional Activities?

Last week, I gave a presentation on leading with meaning at the third conference of the DGPPF (German Association for Research on Positive Psychology) at Ruhr-Universität Bochum. The opening keynote was delivered by Prof. Dr. Maike Luhmann who researches, among other issues, the impact of life events on life satisfaction. She shared some very intriguing data on what can change our life satisfaction markedly and for longer periods of time (e.g., unemployment) and what doesn´t (e.g., your favorite soccer team winning a big game). At one…

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Get a University Degree in Positive Psychology in German

People often approach me to ask where they can study Positive Psychology in German and get an “official” degree from a University, not from a private institution. Last week at a research conference, I ran into Prof. Willibald Ruch from UZH | Zurich University, who´s among the “big shots” in the field with respect to all things (VIA) character strengths. He´s worked directly with the late Christopher Peterson on some papers. Willi made me aware of a 2-semester course on Positive Psychology they run at UZH.…

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19.09.2018
@sbkaufman I´ve started a graduate trainee program exclusively for humanities students with my company here in Germany :-) --> https://t.co/aG95DWkweP
19.09.2018
+++Breaking News+++ #Maaßen übernimmt Posten als #Staatssekretär für Verunsicherung. https://t.co/RzV0vVRzdp
19.09.2018
Ich habe ein neues Türschild. Wer auch immer das angebracht hat: herzlichen Dank! Wobei das natürlich Quatsch ist. Der #Metalgod ist und bleibt natürlich Kai Hansen... #Bertelsmann https://t.co/2W304E3fpA DrNicoRose photo
18.09.2018
Heute ist wieder einer dieser Tage, an denen ich hoffe, dass „die Presse“ aus Versehen von @Der_Postillon abgeschrieben hat... #Staatssekretär