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In this episode, Dan chats with Tal Ben Shahar, one of the world's leading experts in the field of positive psychology, wellbeing & the science of happiness. 

Tal's new book Happier No Matter What is out now and was written specifically for the challenging times we find ourselves in during the Global Pandemic. 

You can find out more about Tal's work at: https://talbenshahar.com/ and https://www.happinessstudies.academy/

Don't forget you can find out more about our work and submit questions and suggestions for topics and guests for upcoming shows at: https://habitsofleadership.com/podcast/

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Finally, you can learn more about Dan's new book at https://www.actofleadership.com/

 

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In this episode, Dan sits down with Therese Joyce, a Wellbeing Strategist with Fisher Leadership Consultancy Group. 

Therese has over two decades experience in international management and leading change. She has worked with a diverse range of corporate, education and not-for-profit clients to help deliver creative, evidence-based practical solutions to increase employee engagement and ensure exceptional performance. With a firm commitment to pragmatic real-world application of the science of positive psychology, her expertise lies in driving employee engagement and creating new initiatives for leadership development as well as building a high-performing culture amongst leadership teams and organisations.

Louie Schwartzberg’s Gratitude Talk

Connect with Therese at www.breathingspace.global

Don't forget to check out our Habits of Leadership Academy at: https://habitsofleadership.com/academy/

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In this episode, Dan chats with Professor Richard Ryan, the co-developer of Self-Determination Theory (SDT), one of the most influential theories of human motivation. SDT underpins so much of our work here at Cut Through, so to be able to chat with Richard was indeed a treat!

In this conversation, Richard explains the fundamental requirements needed to ensure that people are "authentically" engaged, as opposed to merely complying with another's demands. 

You can find out more about Self Determination Theory here.

And you can connect with Richard on LinkedIN. 

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In this episode, Dan & Tim chat about a conversation Tim had with Dr Lucy Hone for a book he is working on exploring the link between resilience and mindset. 

Dr Lucy Hone is a director of the New Zealand Institute of Wellbeing & Resilience, adjunct fellow at the University of Canterbury, a published academic researcher, best-selling author, and blogger for Psychology Today. On Queen’s Birthday weekend in 2014, the sudden death of her 12 year old daughter, Abi, forced Lucy to turn her substantial academic training and professional practice to foster resilience in very personal circumstances. Resilient Grieving, the best-selling book she wrote in the aftermath of Abi's death is now available in the US, UK and NZ.

You can find out more about her work at: https://nziwr.co.nz/

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In this episode, Dan sits down with Peak Performance researcher Dr Adam Fraser who spends his time exploring how people can get the most out of their potential without some of the common collateral damage like relationship breakdowns and mental or physical wellbeing issues. 

He is the author of The Third Space and he has given a TEDx Talk by the same name. 

He works with school leaders through the Flourish Movement and you can find all things Adam at his website: https://www.dradamfraser.com/

In the chat we also refer to this article - The Negative Side of Positive Psychology by Barbara Held. 

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In this episode Dan chats with the Founder of the Positivity Institute Dr Suzy Green. 

Amongst other things, they discuss why Positive Psychology sometimes gets bad press, and why and how leaders should be focused on wellbeing in their workplaces. 

Links from the show: 

Centre for Positive Organisations

Positive Organisational Scholarship

The Positivity Institute

Suzy on Twitter

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