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How it works


OUR SIMPLE AND SCALABLE PROCESS

GETTING STARTED

1) We get to know your business so we can recommend the best programs to meet your goals. Contact Us to get started.

2) Select a Positivity program and the number of participants and we will set your group up with their coach(es) and help you introduce and launch the program.

3) Leave the rest to us. Participants will be contacted by their coach to complete the onboarding and engage one-on-one through the *duration of the program.

*Program and coaching call length varies per program.

THE PROGRAM

1) Participants take a pre-assessment to personalize the program to their needs.

2) Participants complete one (easily practiced and integrated) activity a week.

3) Each activity is followed by a live one-on-one coaching calls to discuss the exercise, its benefits and how to turn it into a positive habit. A new activity is assigned at the end of each call and this process continues for the *duration of the program.

4) At the end of the program, participants take a post assessment and graduates receive a Positivity Certificate.

5) Results and comments are summarized and the organization is given a report and debrief meeting with Positivity team members.

*Program and coaching call length varies per program.

For additional information, Contact Us and a Positivity team member will reach out to you.


THE POSITIVITY PHILOSOPHY

WE FOCUS ON 10 KEY COMPETENCIES

Each activity focuses on one of our 10 key competencies

-Positive emotions
-Engagement
-Resilience
-Positive relationships
-Meaning/purpose
-Accomplishment/motivation
-Self-awareness
-Self-regulation
-Other awareness
-Relationship management

For example one activity asks participants to thank one person a day (positive relationships, positive emotions) while another asks them to be an active listener (self-regulation, other awareness).

GREAT TECHNIQUE AND REGULAR PRACTICE LEADS TO SUSTAINABLE POSITIVE RESULTS

We know that conscious consistent practice is key.

Much like an exercise program, knowing sit-ups and push-ups are good for you does nothing; it’s doing them that counts. Similarly, throwing your weight and using momentum for sit-ups is not as effective as doing slow meticulous ones.

Thus, just saying thank you without conscious effort is not as beneficial as giving genuine, memorable ones (ask yourself if you can remember the last 10 thank you’s that you gave).

ACCOUNTABILITY, PRACTICE, MASTERY

At Positivity, we ensure reliable and regular practice. By documenting and discussing activities with a coach, participants not only increase their likelihood of doing the activity and having the behaviors last, but they also have an opportunity to discuss their personal experience, understanding, and next steps. 


Examples of the curriculum

Example of Positivity curriculum

Example of Positivity curriculum

Here is an example of how one of our activities and discussion may go:

ACTIVITY

  1. Participants thank one person a day for a week (7 total)
  2. These must be genuine, heart-felt thank you’s
  3. Participants document who they thanked, why, and what each party’s reaction was
  4. Reflection questions help the participant to prepare for discussion (Questions include things such as “How can continuing to practice this benefit you at work?”)

DISCUSSION

  • Participants discuss whether this was easy or difficult and why
  • Participants discuss the different kinds of thank you’s and the impact of each (a passing “Thank you” versus “Thank you so much for holding the door for me. I’ve been struggling to carry all these boxes and it means a lot that you grabbed that for me”)
  • Participants learn some of the different reasons for expressing gratitude (a means of recognition, as a form of positive feedback, or potentially as motivation.

Want to see the value for yourself. Try this activity out for a week! Want to learn more about the value in a sample coaching call? Contact Us and a Positivity team member will contact you.