Louisa Jewell, MAPP
Louisa Jewell is a speaker, author and positive psychology expert who has spoken to over 50,000 people around the world about how to flourish both at work and in their personal lives. She has worked with hundreds of organizations in all sectors to improve resilience, well-being and happiness at work. Louisa is a student of the Second City Stand-up Comedy course and her work has been featured in Forbes, The Globe and Mail, Huffington Post, Canadian Living Magazine, Live Happy Magazine, CHCH TV, to name a few. Her best-selling book Wire your Brain for Confidence; The Science of Conquering Self-Doubt was released in September, 2017. She is the founder of the Canadian Positive Psychology Association (www.cppa.ca) an organization dedicated to improving the mental health of all Canadians and is a professor at the University of Texas.
Wire Your Brain for Confidence
In this funny and engaging talk, Louisa explores the scientific foundations of self-doubt and how it kills learning and innovation in any organization. Louisa offers real-life practical stories and evidence-based tools that come from 16 years of working with organizations in all sectors. People walk away from this talk with actionable advice that leads to powerful organizational change.
The Science of Happiness and Well-Being
To succeed at work, it is not enough to just “smile” and think positive thoughts when you are challenged. You need real strategies and techniques that will allow you to bounce back from any situation. This talk is an introduction to the science of happiness. You will learn how to transform a crisis mindset into a positive mindset.