• POP blog is back!

    Welcome to the new stage of the Positive Organizational Psychology blog. After almost two years’ pause, caused by intensive education as well as didactic, aid and developmental work, I return with a blog about people’s resources, positive relationships and other phenomena that take place in organizations, which can contribute to the well-being of employees, the development of individual people and employing them institutions & companies.

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  • Few words about job crafting

    job_craftingThree weeks ago I participated in the conference organized by Polish Association of Organizational Psychology. It was two days of paper & poster sessions and discussions about organizational behavior, employee well-being, entrepreneurship, leadership and employee management. The theme that particularly intrigued me was the job crafting. This is a relatively new area of research, especially in the Polish organizations and that is Czytaj dalej

  • Positively about teamwork

    team work diverseRecently, I was fairly busy ? I was totally preoccupied with conducting workshops and trainings for various groups and teaching (Uni students). I hope that now I will be able to write more regularly.

    Since last I wrote about the positive communication in the company, this time I decided to bring about teamwork ? in a positive way of course.

    There is a common belief that the team knows more than a simple summing of people?s potentials that is building it. This phenomenon has been called synergy and relies on perfect matching of roles, i.e. people Czytaj dalej

  • European Conference on Positive Psychology

    In the Introduction I’ve promised to outline topics related to the application of PP in organizations. The best way to get to know what?s new in the field is to participate in symposia or conferences, where scientist and practitioners meet and share their work and experience. When considering PP, I shall recommend European Conference on Positive Psychology. The event takes place every second year and is more international than European, as participants come from all over the world. Two years ago in Moscow I spend intensive four days exploring topics such as Well-being at work, Workplace interventions, Happiness at work or Flow in everyday life. Czytaj dalej