cappThose of you interested in nef‘s work on well-being would do well to put 1-3 April in your diaries. It’s the second Applied Positive Psychology Conference: Creating Flourishing Communities, where nef‘s very own Nic Marks – founder of our centre for well-being – will be giving a keynote address.

The conference, which is hosted by the University of Warwick, will address the applications of positive psychology in work, education and the wider community. Nic will be speaking on ‘The Power of Well-being: Measuring what Matters and Transforming Policy’.

For more details and booking information visit the Centre for Applied Positive Psychology’s website.

And if you fancy swotting up before you get there, take a look some of Nic’s past publications, including the Happy Planet Index and the Five Ways to Well-Being.

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