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    The Official Site of Rabbi Dr. Abraham J. Twerski​
    
    The VIA Institute on Character
    The VIA Institute on Character proudly offers the free VIA Survey and VIA Youth Survey, scientifically-validated strength assessments for adults and youth. These assessments help you identify what is best in you.  Detailed reports are available to provide information and strategies on how to use your strengths at work, at school, and in relationships.
    
    Clifton StrengthsFinder
    The Clifton StrengthsFinder is the culmination of more than 50 years of Dr. Donald O. Clifton's lifelong work, which has led millions of people around the world to discover their strengths. In 2002, Dr. Clifton was honored by an American Psychological Association Presidential Commendation as the Father of Strengths-Based Psychology.
    The Positive Psychology Center at the University of Pennsylvania
    The Positive Psychology Center is located at the University of Pennsylvania. Dr. Martin Seligman is the director of the center and the Zellerbach Family Professor of Psychology. The center promotes research, training, education, and the dissemination of Positive Psychology. Positive Psychology is the scientific study of the strengths and virtues that enable individuals and communities to thrive.
    
    Authentic Happiness Website
    Authentic Happiness is the homepage of Dr. Martin Seligman, Director of the Positive Psychology Center at the University of Pennsylvania and founder of positive psychology, a branch of psychology that focuses on the empirical study of positive emotions, strengths-based character, healthy institutions, etc.
    
    Center for POSITIVE Organizational Scholarship
    At the Center for Positive Organizational Scholarship (POS), we are devoted to energizing and transforming organizations through research on the theory and practice of positive organizing and leadership. We are passionately dedicated to the development and dissemination of POS research. We are gratified and excited to be part of the growing and dynamic field of POS, as reflected in a website that has areas for both our center and for the field at large.
    
    Job Crafting Exercise™
    The Job Crafting Exercise™ helps you make your job more engaging and fulfilling. The idea is to view your job in a new way — as a flexible set of building blocks rather than a fixed list of duties. Using this perspective, you create a visual plan for redesigning your job to better suit your values, strengths, and passions. You can use the exercise on your own, or administer it to others in workshops, one-on-one coaching, or classroom teaching.
    
    The Reflected Best Self Exercise™ - 2nd Edition
    The Reflected Best Self Exercise™ (RBSE™) enables people to identify their unique strengths and talents, making it an excellent tool for personal development. Each participant requests positive feedback from significant people in his or her life and then synthesizes it into a cumulative portrait of his or her "best self."
    The 2nd Edition of the Reflected Best Self Exercise™ (RBSE™) features the most useful elements of the booklet Bringing My Reflected Best Self to Life, which was retired in 2011.
    
    KIPP
    KIPP, the Knowledge Is Power Program, is a national network of free, open-enrollment, college-preparatory public charter schools with a track record of preparing students in underserved communities for success in college and in life. There are currently 125 KIPP schools in 20 states and the District of Columbia serving more than 41,000 students.
    
    The Institute of Coaching at McLean Hospital, Harvard University
    Our mission is to build the scientific foundation and best practices of leadership, wellness, and personal coaching.
    
     
    TED TALKS
    
    Barry Schwartz: The Paradox of Choice
    Psychologist Barry Schwartz takes aim at a central tenet of western societies: freedom of choice. In Schwartz's estimation, choice has made us not freer but more paralyzed, not happier but more dissatisfied.