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Optimism a Key to Success at Work
source : University of South Australia

Why is it that some people's view of the world can be characterised by the proverbial glass that is half full or half empty? Or that some people always seem to be happy no matter what life or work throws at them?  It all has to do with your levels of optimism.

Organisational psychologists Jacky Dakin and Kathy McEwen say that success at work is not just dependent on talent and drive but also on your attitude to success and failure.  In other words, it comes down to your level of optimism, and the good news is that it's not just something you are burn with - you can learn to be optimistic.

This was just one of the messages from the first of the 2003 Women and Leadership (WAL) courses for UniSA women.

The courses are run on behalf of the Human Resources Unit and are designed to help women develop their skills, knowledge and capabilities, as well as gain and share insights into the exercise of effective leadership in the workplace.

Many of those attending the first course, 'EVEolution', at Whyalla campus, said they were attracted to the notion of emotional intelligence and its role in leadership.  Other topics under discussion included transformational leadership, how to be more optimistic, building personal confidence, understanding energy, emotion and drive and using the power of intuition.

Other WAL workshops are scheduled for various campuses, and are free for UniSA staff but also open to nonUniSA staff for a fee.  for more details about the WAL program check out or contact Lyn TAgg on (08)8302 1700
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