Karen Whelan-Berry

Karen Whelan-Berry, PhD, is a positive psychology scholar and practitioner with extensive corporate and higher education experience. She focuses on research and practice at the intersection of ideal self, teams, and performance excellence; instructional design that cultivates immediate and long-term skills and habits; and individual and organizational positive change. Karen has shared her award-winning research in more than 20 publications, and numerous presentations at national and regional positive psychology and management conferences. She has taught undergraduate, graduate, and certificate courses, and has provided training and facilitation in corporate, nonprofit, government, healthcare, and higher education organizations. Karen holds a PhD in organizational studies from the Carroll Graduate School of Management at Boston College, an MBA from Bentley College, and bachelor’s degree from Franklin Pierce College, and Certificates in Positive Psychology, Mindfulness and Character Strengths in Coaching, and Positive Psychology Coaching.

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