Values are thought of as personally relevant principles that guide actions and facilitate decision making. Ultimately they are a motivating force and source of well-being. This activity supports employees to identify their own personal values, reflect on their current situation and schedule an aligned activity.
Gratitude is a key positive psychology principle which has been described as the habit of noticing and appreciating that which is good in one's life. Research has indicated that those which take note of the positive things that have taken place from day to day fare better than those which focus on daily hassles or neutral moments. This activity supports employees to begin a gratitude practice.
Close connections provide support, encourage us, and make our life more meaningful, whereas having a larger group of friends or acquaintances can help us feel connected, and a sense of self-worth in the community. This activity supports employees to spend time increasing and strengthening their social connection with their colleagues.
Being mindful of our moment-to-moment experiences involves a specific stance or attitude and research has indicated that it is positively associated with greater levels of well-being. Being mindful also lends to enhanced productivity, insight, and connection. This activity supports employees to relax, connect with colleagues and focus attention mindfully.