The Oxford handbook of positive psychology and work in SearchWorks catalogAfter a year career in corporate HR, she founded The Greenberg Group , an organizational effectiveness consulting practice, in Margaret specializes in coaching executives and their teams using a strengths-based approach. Full bio. Margaret's solo articles are here and her articles with Senia Maymin are here. All three editors are from the University of Leicester in the United Kingdom. Oxford Handbook of Positive Psychology and Work. Oxford University Press.
Oxford Handbook of Positive Psychology and Work (Book Review)
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Lopez, Snyder, Shane J. Oxford University Press, 1 Jan. Lopez, C. Snyder, is one of the handbooks from the Oxford Library of Psychology. It is a highly regarded collection of inspiring case studies and stories from the field of positive psychology. This volume contains contributions from more than fifty researchers and industry professionals from around the United States, Great Britain, and Australia, laid out in 65 chapters. The audience for this handbook is wide: graduate students, faculty, counselors, human resources, and industry professionals.