Broadcasting Happiness; Fueling Success through Positive Engagement


Founder, Institute for Applied Positive Research
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Effective, positive communication is the single biggest driver of success for business teams. New research in the fields of neuroscience and positive psychology is showing the incredible ripple effect positive communication can have on employee engagement, productivity, and happiness at work.

After spending years as a national CBS News anchor broadcasting to millions and receiving an advanced degree from the University of Pennsylvania in Positive Psychology, Michelle developed simple, yet proven techniques for positive communication that drive individual and team success for quantifiable results. She trains professionals on ways to inoculate their brain against stress and negativity, praise effectively, and shift the culture to create a talent-enhancing environment.

Attend this session to learn:
  • The latest research on how to train the brain to be more successful
  • Top behaviors of charismatic leaders and how that predicts their success
  • Communication strategies that have been shown to decrease stress by 23%, increase productivity by 31% and boost sales by 37%
  • Case studies from Fortune 500 companies on ways to create a positive culture at work
  • The top scientifically-proven way to deal with a chronically negative person at the office

About Michelle Gielan

Michelle Gielan, is an expert on the science of positive communication and how to use it to fuel success. She works with Fortune 500 companies and schools to raise employee engagement, productivity and happiness at work. Michelle is a Partner at GoodThink, a positive psychology consulting firm, and she holds a Master of Applied Positive Psychology from the University of Pennsylvania. Michelle is also an Executive Producer of "The Happiness Advantage" Special on PBS and formerly served as the anchor of two national newscasts at CBS News. Her research and advice have received attention from Forbes, USA Today, CNN, FOX and NPR.

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