(November, 2015) Richard Davidson, founder of the Center for Healthy Minds at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, explains the four constituents of well-being. These constituents are rooted in specific brain circuits that exhibit neuroplasticity, which gives us the opportunity to enhance our well-being with practice.
Filmed at Mindfulness & Well-Being at Work (November 2015).
(May, 2019) Chris Murchison—an independent organizational culture consultant, coach, and advisor—shares how gratitude can be…
(February, 2019) Researcher Lynette Silva debunks five myths about gratitude in the workplace.
(February, 2019) Professor Ryan Fehr from the University of Washington shares research on how to…
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