Work culture that has compassion and co-passion as building stones, is not a myth - recognize everyone's strengths and build a well-functioning team

None of us has been spoiled for positive and encouraging feedback, praise, and value. Building on strengths and creating a compassionate and engaging culture at the workplace is a central area of my research, and provides a rich content for my trainings. Over the years, my work with communities, organizations, and individuals in more than 15 countries has shown that a work community that is based on compassion, co-passion and goodwill, gives everyone room to succeed and be human. It builds sustainable well-being, which enables the thriving of all individuals – and eventually, the whole company.

BRINGING THE RECOGNITION AND USE OF STRENGTHS IN THE WORK CULTURE OF ANY COMMUNITY GIVES ITS ALL MEMBERS AN IMPORTANT EXPERIENCE OF VALUE AND APPRECIATION.

Training and coaching of work communities is a central part of my job. I have trained extensively both early childhood and primary education personnel and supervisors, as well as companies and organizations with an interest in the recognition and use of strengths, well-being, inspiration and building a positive feedback culture. Finding and building one’s resources and capacities, as well as those of the teams, is essential.

THE MOST COMMON TRAINING TOPICS ARE:

1.
SEE THE GOOD!
HELP CHILDREN AND
ADOLESCENTS FIND
THEIR STRENGTHS.

2.
POSITIVE PEDAGOGY
AND STRENGTH-BASED
TEACHING

3.
BASICS OF
SPECIAL EDUCATION

4.
THE REVOLUTIONARY
POWER OF COMPASSION
AND CO-PASSION IN
WORK COMMUNITY

5.
THE EMPOWERING
FORCE OF STRENGTHS:
BUILD A WELL
FUCTIONING TEAM

6.
POSITIVE PSYCHOLOGY,
POSITIVE PEDAGOGY AND
CHARACTER STRENGTHS