Looking Up from Down Under

  • Happier at Work in Just 11 Minutes

    Monkey Business Images/Shutterstock.com

    When was the last time you felt really energized and excited about your work? Try these 11-minute habits built to develop your strengths and you will...
  • Put Your Strengths To Work!
    Do you have the chance to do what you do best each day?
  • secrets of happy employees
    Do you want to feel engaged and passionate about your work? Find out the three secrets of happy employees and you may see big changes in the way you...
Happier at Work in Just 11 Minutes

Monkey Business Images/Shutterstock.com

When was the last time you felt really energized and excited about your work? Try these 11-minute habits built to develop your strengths and you will...
Put Your Strengths To Work!
Do you have the chance to do what you do best each day?
secrets of happy employees
Do you want to feel engaged and passionate about your work? Find out the three secrets of happy employees and you may see big changes in the way you...
When I allowed myself to 'play' with ideas about the future, it opened up a whole new path.
Research shows that when it comes to confidence, women often lag behind. Here are some tips for improving your sense of self, and helping you achieve...
Though sometimes seen as a sign of weakness, character traits of being a 'giver' prove be beneficial in the workplace.
Recent studies have shown that compassion not only belongs in the workplace, it can actually help a company thrive and achieve its goals.
Funny guys in an office

Nagy-Bagoly Arpad/Shutterstock.com

Don't feel guilty for having fun at work--a happier, more relaxed workplace might actually improve productivity.
Illustration of woman racing to work

jorgen mcleman/Shutterstock

Small acts of kindness can bring out positivity--and bring up the bottom line--in the workplace
A man and a woman talking at work

wavebreakmedia/Shutterstock.com

Connecting with colleagues on an emotional level can lead to a better workplace all around.

Pages

About Looking Up from Down Under

Michelle McQuaid, a born and raised Australian girl, is a best-selling author, workplace well-being teacher and playful change activator. Michelle lives to help people discover their strengths, move beyond their fears, and finally discover what it truly takes to flourish with confidence. 

 

 

Real Time Web Analytics