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november, 2019

04nov12:0013:00Event OverSelfie culture at work - an obstacle to collaboration?

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Has the selfie-culture taken over the workplaces? Is the Swedish workforces more focused on portraying themselves in perfect light than collaborating, and if so, how does it affect companies’ results? Learn what the research tell us about what we can do to cultivate gratitude and detect narcissism before it gets harmful.

During the lecture, you will learn simple tricks that you can use to cultivate gratitude and detect narcissism before it becomes harmful.

After the lecture, you will:

Know what you can do today to cultivate gratitude in your life and at work.
Understand how to detect narcissistic attitudes at work. This will help you prevent selfie-culture and foster better collaborations.
Have a better understanding of the scientific study of strengths that enables humans and organizations to flourish and reach their full potential.

Meet the speaker:
Evelina founded the Swedish Institute of Positive Psychology in Stockholm and serve as an Assistant Instructor for Martin Seligman at the Master of Positive Psychology Program, University of Pennsylvania. She is also preparing to teach the first university course on positive psychology in Phnom Penh, Cambodia. Dividing her time over three continents gives me a global perspective on the science of flourishing and the applications of positive psychology in a variety of settings.

Time

(Monday) 12:00 - 13:00

Location

Revelation Space, Epicenter Stockholm

Mäster Samuelsgatan 36

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Speakers for this event

  • Evelina Fredriksson

    Evelina Fredriksson

    Founder Swedish Institute of Positive Psychology

    Evelina founded the Swedish Institute of Positive Psychology in Stockholm and serves as an Assistant Instructor at Master of Positive Psychology Program at the University of Pennsylvania. She is also preparing to teach the first university course on positive psychology in Phnom Penh, Cambodia. Dividing her time over three continents gives her a global perspective on the science of flourishing and the applications of positive psychology in a variety of settings.

    Founder Swedish Institute of Positive Psychology