After you sign up, you will be contacted by one of our trained coaches. The coach will get you started with your first exercise and then follow up to track your progress and provide constructive feedback.
Our coaches spend hours training to become knowledgeable in our uniquely designed curriculum. We want to ensure that they are the best resource for our clients. We take this step to ensure that we provide each client with a rich, high-quality experience.
We work with our clients over the course of a 20-week, 20-exercise curriculum. Clients are assigned one exercise per week followed by a call with a coach. The call is used to discuss the exercise, its benefits and how to turn it into a positive habit. At the end of each call, the client is assigned a new exercise.
Clients are expected to complete and record simple exercises. By analyzing the exercise records with our coaches, clients are able to gain a greater understanding of our methods while building their repertoire of positive habits.
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Each exercise focuses on the development of a specific skill or positive habit.
The client is asked to thank different individuals for one week, maintaining a record of each event and the resulting thoughts, emotions, and experiences. This exercise focuses on the positive emotion of gratitude, which develops the “Pleasant Life” component of positive psychology. This life is one that pursues positive emotions and savors joy from positive experiences. In a study examining positive emotions, increased optimism was linked to increased productivity (Seligman, 1990).
The client is asked to use active listening during the week. This exercise focuses on truly connecting with others and listening to understand not to respond, which develops the empathy and social skill components of emotional intelligence.
In one application of this exercise, supervisors in a manufacturing plant received training in emotional competencies such as how to listen better. As a result, lost-time accidents were reduced by 50 percent, formal grievances were reduced from an average of 15 per year to 3 per year, and the plant exceeded productivity goals by $250,000 (Pesuric & Byham, 1996).
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