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The Langley Group
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Be your best through positive psychology, emotional intelligence and neuroscience.
Be your best through positive psychology, emotional intelligence and neuroscience.

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It’s coming up! Become accredited in the Strengths Profile in Melbourne 15-16 March.

Enable people to access the energy behind strengths and design strategies to maximise growth potential, minimise weaknesses and optimise performance and wellbeing.
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Why exercising is good for your brain https://buff.ly/2FfapBv
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Only a few more spaces on our Sydney Diploma of Positive Psychology and Wellbeing starting 21 March!

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“Work-life blend doesn’t mean that everything is happening at the same time, all the time. It’s about finding a way to fit together the important pieces.”
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“A growing body of research points to the many psychological and social benefits of regularly counting your blessings. The good news for parents: It also suggests that it’s never too late for their children to learn the subtle joys of appreciating the good in their lives.”
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For those interested in that tipping point of income for wellbeing https://buff.ly/2GHUXhC
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Sue Langley's advice on how to have more positive and constructive conversations in the workplace
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We invite you to attend an Exclusive Afternoon Workshop with the father of modern Positive Psychology, Martin Seligman. As a special offer from us, enter the code TLGMS to receive $50 off your ticket price.
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“As a society, we are used to the idea that we feed our bodies, and that our diet shapes our waistlines. But many of us forget that the same diet also feeds our brains, and that the food we give our brains shapes our thoughts and actions.”
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Explore the science of emotional intelligence and learn to measure and develop people’s ability to recognise, understand and manage emotions in themselves and others to use emotions more intelligently.



Join us for this advanced emotional intelligence training – Sydney 26-28 March
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