SERVICES

Less than 30% of employees are engaged at work, costing $300 billion each year. The likelihood of an employee being engaged is 9% in organizations that don’t focus on strengths, and is 73% in organizations that do.
(State of Global Workplace, Gallup 2010)

Projects: We offer assessments, trainings/workshops, and coaching primarily for the following…

  1. Positive leadership
  2. Strengths-based manager and team development
  3. Positive work culture behaviors
Positive Work provides coaching and development for growing stronger leaders and building positive work cultures. We equip leaders with new strategies, skills, and perspectives to unleash their best, create remarkable work cultures, and accomplish levels of effectiveness difficult to attain otherwise.
Our approach is grounded in proven research and applied science from the fields of positive psychology, management science, and neuroscience. Our cutting-edge tools and methods are tailored to each client’s culture and are delivered in practical ways to drive lasting change. Positive Work takes into account the failures of traditional leadership development efforts, along with the science of learning and behavior change, for the educational design of projects.
Positive Work is a global collaborative with a network of consultants, coaches, and trainers. Tailored teams of experts work together to address the distinct needs of each client.

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         Happy employees have on average 31% higher productivity, their sales are 37% higher, and their creativity is 3 times higher.
(Harvard Business Review 2012)

Who We Partner With
We partner with leaders that appreciate the unique and competitive value that comes from investing in their people and culture. These projects require a certain level of leadership buy-in and readiness.

Every project is tailored to client needs, and run the gamut from corporate trainings to multiple strategy sessions. See the kind of results our clients can expect.

Firms with performance-enhancing cultures had 416% more revenue than their non-culture-focused counterparts in a 10-year study.
(Heskett & Totter)