The science of happiness
The theoretical framework in which our professional activity is configured is Positive Psychology, which studies theoretical models and mechanisms, aimed at favoring the subjective well-being of organizations.
Positive Psychology, founded by Martin Seligman in the beginning of the 2000s, has provided highly innovative contributions at the theoretical and applicative level.
What characterizes it in its current stage of development are its objectives and its commitment to the use of scientific methodologies, aimed at studying psychological well-being, the sense of satisfaction for life and the optimal functioning of the individual.
It is within this theoretical framework that the concept of Flow takes on strong importance.