35 Super Simple Solutions to Boost Positivity @ Work

The key to fostering a positive work culture is to positively impact the micro moments of the day. After all, it is the every day moments – team meetings, hallway conversations, 1:1’s with your boss – that add up to shape the overall employee experience.

Finding small ways to infuse a sense of purpose and meaning in your every day, make gratitude and appreciation contagious and foster connection and fun with colleagues goes a long way to increase positivity and to reduce stress and burnout.

Click HERE for a downloadable summary of 35 easy ways to boost positivity at work with purpose and meaning, gratitude and appreciation, connection with others and fun.

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I’m an engagement expert, entrepreneur and speaker who believes everyone has the potential to live fully by embracing a positive mindset. That’s why I combined my 25 years of corporate leadership experience working across the globe in five different countries with my expertise in positive psychology and diversity and inclusion to create, The Brimful Life, a content and consulting company focused on building positive people, teams and organizational cultures. Through my speaking engagements, courses, consulting, products and podcast series, I help professionals thrive in their careers and help leaders create high performing teams as well as inclusive and inspiring organizational cultures.

Beth has diverse leadership experience working in start-up, corporate, professional services and non-profit sectors. Beth is a former Booz Allen management consultant and a former Fortune 100 company executive who’s led strategy, sales, training, operations, diversity and inclusion and client experience functions. Beth has lived and worked in London, Tokyo, Johannesburg, Bangkok, Boston and New York City.

Beth has a BA in English Literature from the University of Virginia, a MA in International Relations from Tufts University and an MBA from Columbia University. Beth lives in Wisconsin with her husband and three children. She recharges with running, speed skating and watching cooking competition shows on TV which is ironic because she really hates to cook.

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