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Researchers at the University of California found that optimism, self-esteem and a sense of mastery is not only genetic, but that activities, relationships and the environment play a significant role in developing these tendencies. Traditionally workplaces were designed for efficiency, and a ‘one-size-fits-all’ approach. But by giving employees choices, they gain a sense of control that helps them feel more optimistic, empowered, engaged and less stressed. As one of six dimensions of wellbeing identified by Steelcase research teams, optimism is critical to the creative and innovative work organisations need today.
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