Strengths philosophers and practitioners are often in the press. This section of the site shares links to members of the strengths community's work in the media.
Here are several videos where Marcus presents his approach to working with strengths.
Thomas Armstrong has done remarkable work to translate the concept of Multiple Intelligences into the classroom.
Here is a short interview from The Today Show where he gives an explanation of the various intelligences.
Footage from Escape to Fulfilment, a 1974 BBC documentary about the pioneering work of Mike Pegg at The Richmond Fellowship's Lancaster House, a therapeutic community for young people.
More recent footage of Mike Pegg, interviewed by Katie Ledger.
Appreciative Inquiry (AI) is the study of what gives life to human systems when they are at their best.
This path of inquiry moves us in the direction of the things we want more of. Every question we ask ripples outward, so we want to ask questions that are positive, powerful, and bring out the best in ourselves and others.
Diana Whitney, pioneer of the AI movement, explains more …
Professor John Hayes explains the term Appreciative Inquiry, and shows how to use it in the working place.
Through examples and experiences he gives the manager new tools to understand and work with the employees, so that they stay at the company and feels appreciated and valued, thus working more effectfull and creating a good working environment.
John Hayes is professor in management and his research focus on cognitive style and processes of change and development in organisations.