Positive Psychology in the Workplace

As a leadership team this contractor work on a principle of a dominance of positive communications.

This has a number of base rules that they have set themselves: –

  • Share good energy and a supportive attitude when at work.
  • When making site safety observations ensure at least 2/3 of these are positive/good practice observations.
  • Give out twice as many green cards (via awards) than red cards.
  • Promote and celebrate good outcomes at every opportunity and reward success
  • Support and empower positive behaviours and encourage positive outcomes at every opportunity.

The construction industry can often be a negative place to work. This has detrimental effect on productivity and mental health of the workforce. This has become a particular concern since the pandemic. This approach has had a significant effect on the workplace and workforce and has resulted in improved productivity, better approach to challenges and a more supportive and caring workforce.

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