Month: May 2007

What Happy People Know

What Happy People Know: How the New Science of Happiness Can Change Your Life for the BetterBy Dan Baker A great and easy to read look at how to deal with negative things in our lives and move toward happiness.…

Now, Discover Your Strengths

Now, Discover Your StrengthsBy Marcus Buckingham & Donald O. Clifton, Ph.D. Based on decades of research by the Gallup Organization, this book shows how focusing on enhancing people’s strengths is a much more effective approach toward satisfying experience than working…

The Appreciative Inquiry Handbook

The Appreciative Inquiry HandbookBy David L. Cooperrider, Diana L. Whitney, and Jacqueline M. Stavros A complete guide to planning, designing and completing Appreciative Inquiry initiatives, from short introductions to long-term undertakings. Provides lots of information to help you understand AI…

Who Do You Think You Are?

Who Do You Think You Are?By Dr. Nick Isbister and Dr. Martin Robinson Tapping very much into positive psychology and the appreciative perspective, the System of Identifying Motivated Abilities has been used for decades to help people and companies find…

The Systems Thinking Playbook

The Systems Thinking Playbook: Exercises to Stretch and Build Learning and Systems Thinking CapabilitiesBy Dennis Meadows & Linda Booth Sweeney Systems theory is a field that tries to explain how things work in general, drawing parallels across different areas to…