10 Index to the UUsiautti & Maatta Textbook

Index

Index

abilities 13
absenteeism 34
absorption 10, 13, 14, 31
accomplishments 45, 46, 99
achievement(s) 6, 7, 17, 42, 58, 127
Achor, S. 8, 127
Ackerman, P.L. 13
action-related attributes 18
action(s): of good supervisors 79; intrinsic
attribution 11; love as 127; merging
awareness and 103; pedagogical 68; and
success 123; wellbeing-promoting 69
active jobs 10, 16
adaptation 35, 44
adaptive creativity 37–8
adherence 9
adjustability 58
Adler, P.T. 9
adolescence see childhood and adolescent
experiences
advice 63, 99
affect 6, 7
affection 67
altruistic acts 124
Amundson, N.E. 116, 117
analysis of narratives 21
analyzing tools: metaphors as 115–17
Anderson, N. 38
anxiety 60
appreciation 49; of beauty and excellence
37, 42; of challenging work 29–32;
child’s need for 124; of families 2;
of marriage and marital happiness/
satisfaction 94; of work 13, 119
Appreciative Inquiry (AI) 69
archetypal metaphors 116
Argyle, M. 30
Aristotle 125
Arnold, J. 30, 44, 65
Arnold, K.A. 51
Aspinwall, L.G. 88
atmosphere 12, 48, 51, 73, 79
attachment 58, 68
attitudes: about future and future
occupations 63; change in 2; home
infl uence 59; imbibing brisk 65–7;
and persistence 39; proactive 32, 44;
respectful marital 94; and success at
work 114–15; towards opportunities 33,
see also positive attitudes
attributes: of top workers 18–19
authentic leadership 106
authenticity 36, 39, 43, 44, 101, 106,
107, 128
authority (pedagogical) 67, 68, 70
autonomous motivation 9
autonomy 6, 11, 15, 30, 33, 34, 58, 96,
101, 127
autotelic experience 102
awareness: merging action and 103; of
one’s strengths and weaknesses 9, 44,
65; of the real consequences of work
15; of reality 8
Baltes, P.B. 14, 35, 121
Barnett, R.C. 88, 93
Bass, B.M. 98
Baum, N. 2
beauty 37, 42
behaviour 12, 16; conscious control
of 121; context and 15; positive 58;
positive organisational (POB) 22;
understanding 88
belief(s) 8, 11, 72
belittlement 49
benefi t value 11–12
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Berscheid, E. 58, 88
big optimism 8
biological aspects 16
blending 89
border crossers (family-work) 89
Boreham, N. 48
boundaries 124
Bradbury, T.N. 22
bravery 36, 39, 40, 45, 50
‘broaden-and-build’ model 6–7
Brown, K.W. 51
Caldwell, C. 71
capability 47, 105
career(s): -related hardships 64; change
119; choices 59–64, 65, 96, 117, 118;
counselling 61–4, 65, 66, 118, 119, 120;
enhancement 65, 114; metaphors 116;
orientation 2; skills 121; types 114
caring 66, 123, see also ethics of caring
caring leadership 98–108
caring teacherhood 67–76, 126
Carver, C.S. 14, 44
causal thinking 10
challenge(s) 47, 49; expectations and
reaction to 14; and performance 11, 15;
willingness to accept new 114; workrelated
10, 15, 29–32, 102–3
change: in attitudes 2; developmental 14;
societal 16, 63; willingness to tolerate 38
character 66
child-centred upbringing 66
childhood and adolescent experiences
57–67
civic skills 6
clarity 71, 103–4
Clark, S.C. 89
climate 49
co-workers 30, 33, 48, 104
cognition 12
cognitive skills 10
coherence 122
colleagues 12
collective competence 48
comfort 71
commitment 6, 70, 71, 72, 98
communal experiences 47–8
communal factors 49, 50
communication 9, 91
community 123
compassion 67, 98
compensation (SOC model) 14
competence 9–10, 11, 12–13, 15, 47, 48,
66, 97–8, 122, 130
competition 73
competitions: selection of employees of
the year 18
compromise(s) 58, 89, 91, 93–5
concentration 10, 13, 80, 104–5, 118
Conchie, B. 103
concrete accomplishments 45, 46
confi dence 66, 122
confl ict situations 13, 31, 38, 115, 120
consistency 65
consummate passion 34, 50–1
contentment(s) 30, 32, 33, 102
contextual factors 12, 15–17, 35, 129, 130
control: of behaviour 121; leadership and
105; parent’s belief in child’s sense of 65,
see also perceived control; work-control
cooperation 30
coping 10, 44, 58, 88, 95, 97, 114, 120
core skills 29–30
counselling 115
counterbalance: hobbies as a 96–7
courage 36, 38, 39–40, 65
Covey, S.R. 14
Covington, M.V. 12
‘creative work’ metaphor 116
creativity 11, 36, 37–8, 115
credibility 9
crossroads 117, 120
Cruce, T. 71
Csikszentmihalyi, M. 1, 95, 101, 102, 106
cultural norms 14
‘cultural phenomenon’ metaphor 116
curiosity 36, 38, 46
curriculum/work 78–9
customers: perceiving students as 75–6
data-driven categorisation: of success 49
Deci, E.L. 9
decision-making: ethics of caring 72, 98;
family-oriented workers 91; issues for
spouse in work-related 88; participation
15; prudence in 42
dedication 13, 31, 43, 118, 119, 120
demands 16
depression 8
design (AI process) 69
destiny (AI process) 69
development 33, 35; opportunities for
15, 33, 47, 96, 124, see also personal
development; positive development;
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professional development;
self-development
developmental change 14
developmental processes 16, 57
developmental stages 10
diachronic perspective 35
dialogic leadership 101
Diener, E. 1, 2, 6, 50, 96, 126
diligence 43, 119
diligent colleagues 12
disappointments 60
discipline 126
discover (AI process) 69
dispositional optimism 8
distractions 105
divergent creative reasoning 38
Dixon, R.D. 71
dream (AI process) 69
Driver, M.J. 114
Eccles, J.S. 11
education 33, 47; goals 59; good practices
71; ideal institutions 79–80; in-service
and voluntary 114, 120; occupational
131; socioeconomic factors and
achievement 58; solidarity among
students and faculties 73–5, see also
further education; higher education;
teacher education
educators: imbibing optimism from 65–7
effective leadership 72, 98, 99
effi ciency 6, 11, 51, 72, 99, 100
egalitarian relationships (marital) 92
emotional expressions 98
emotional intelligence 72, 98
emotional intimacy 90
emotional resources 99
emotional rules 42
emotions 72; in leadership process 98,
99; regulation of 9–10; and social
intelligence 40, see also negative
emotions; positive emotions
empathy 9, 67, 123
employees: needs and motivation 12;
spreading fl ow among 106–7
Employees of the Year 23n; criteria for
17–19, see also ‘top workers’ study
empowerment 71, 77, 101, 123
encouragement 65, 98–108, 124
energy 13, 38
engagement 65, 131, see also student
engagement; work engagement
enthusiasm 13, 31, 128
equality 12
esteem 127
ethics of caring 67, 72, 98, 126
events: negative 8, 34, 69; optimism and
experience of 8
example setting 74–5, 100, 123
excellence 37, 42
excitement 48, 107, 128
execution 103
expectation value 11, 12
expectations 7, 8, 12, 14, 16, 32, 50, 71, 78
experiences: of the importance of work 15;
qualitative research 1; of success 44–51,
69, see also negative experiences;
positive experiences
expertise 15, 18, 47, 67, 122–4, 131
failures 118
fairness 12, 36, 40–1, 47–8
faith in oneself 121
family 2, 32, 58, 59
family-oriented relationships 90
family-work balance 88–9, 90–3, 119
family-work interaction 88–93
favours 48
feedback 15, 119
Feldt, T. 6
fi nancial success 2
Finnish married couples study 21–2
Finnish social policies 87–8
Finnish workers 2, 33, see also ‘top
workers’ study
Fischer, A.H. 99
‘fi t’ metaphor 116
fl exibility 11, 15, 38, 58, 68, 69, 89,
121, 123
fl ow 6, 7, 10, 13–14, 31, 46, 49, 96, 101–7, 123
forgiveness 36, 41, 68, 71, 98
Fredrickson, B.L. 1, 6, 7, 34, 70
free-time activities 65, 78, 95
Freund, A.M. 14, 35, 121
friendship 32, 61, 125
Frone: M.R. 88, 89
functional resources 123
further education 119, 120
Gable, S. 5
gap year 63–4
Gardner, H. 13, 121
gender 14
gender roles 95
Index 141
Germain, M.-L. 131
Gillham, J. 7
Gilligan, R. 65
goal orientation 38
goal theories 11
goal value 11–12
goal-oriented action 68
goals 7, 12, 14, 35, 44, 51, 59, 70, 103–4
Goleman, D. 80
good deeds 48
good human beings 68
grandparents 125
gratifi cation 128
gratitude 37, 42
group level success 6
group work 38
‘growth’ metaphor 114, 116
guidance 76, 79, 99
guilt 60, 94
Hackman, J.R. 15
Haidt, J. 5
Hakanen, J. 101
Hall, D.T. 127
hands-on experiences 45
happiness: at work 30; caring teacherhood
70, 71; curiosity and 38; and effi ciency
6, 72, 99; hedonic treadmill theory 14;
interaction and 113, 123; levels of 128;
love for work 127; marital 90, 94, 126;
mindfulness and 51; modesty and 41;
perceived 51, 107; studies/research 2,
5–6; and success 6, 127, 128–31
The Happiness Advantage 8
hardships 64
Hare, W. 67, 70
Harjunen, E. 67
health 8, see also mental health; physical
health
health and fi tness programmes 96
healthy work 51
Healthy Work Model (HWM) 6
hedonic treadmill 14
‘heritage’ metaphor 116
high expectations 71
high performance 51, 127
high performance cycle 11
high performance jobs 15–16
high self-effi cacy 13, 39, 51
high standards of performance 98
high work engagement 34, 51
higher education 70–6
higher-order needs 127
hobbies 11, 32, 58, 78, 95–8, 118, 119, 120
holistic perspective 32
home 2, 58, 59
honesty 98
hope 6, 7, 8, 34, 37, 43, 45, 60, 70, 122
hopeful leaders 107
housework 95
human resources 122–4, 131
humanistic work values 51
humanity 36, 40
humility 70
humour 37, 43
Hyde, J.S. 93
identity: competence and well-developed
9; of work 121
idols 61
imagination 65
immediate feedback 14, 30, 101, 103, 104
in-service education 114, 120
income 2, 92
independence 38, 90
indifference 10
individual factors 49, 50
individualism 95
informal organisations 15
information-seeking 38
Inkson, K. 116
inner direction 38
inner drive/motivation 9, 123
inner processes 16, 57–8
innovations 38
innovativeness 7, 131
inspiration 13, 31
instrumental resources 99
intelligent thought 49
interaction: and development 16; familywork
88–93; happiness and satisfaction
113, 123; pedagogical 67; skills 9, 123
interdependence 48, 90
interesting content 33, 120
interest(s) 65, 123
interviews (‘top workers’ study) 20
intrinsic motivation 7, 9, 11, 34, 51, 94
investment models 125
invigoration 128
Isen, A.M. 1, 7
Job Demands-Resources (JD-R) Model 30
job resources 30, 101
job satisfaction 107, 120, 126
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‘journey’ metaphor 116
‘journey’ narratives 117–21
joviality 43
joy 6, 49, 128; of work 7, 31, 46, 123, 128
justice 36, 40–1, 48, 67
Kalimo, R. 122
Kanfer, R. 13
Karasek, R. 10, 16
Karney, B. 22
Kaufman, H.G. 15
Kezar, A.J. 71
kindness 36, 48
Kinjerski, V. 124
Kinnunen, U. 34, 101
Kinzie, J.L. 71
knowledge 13, 14, 36, 37–9, 47, 62, 65, 77,
79, 97, 114, 120, see also self-knowledge
Krueger, D.W. 8
Kuh, G.D. 78
Latham, G.P. 11
Laubach, M. 15
Lawler, E.E. 127
leadership 6, 36, 40, 41, 123, see also
caring leadership; caring teacherhood
learned helplessness 8
learned hopefulness/optimism 8
learning: environments 71; from mistakes
63, 98; life-long 35, 63; love of 36, 38,
46; motivation for 130; relationships 67
leisure 95, 97
Lent, R.W. 39
Lerner, R.M. 66
life crises 10
life management 35
life satisfaction 6, 7, 8
life situations 32, 51, 88
life-long learning 35, 63
lifespans: positively behaving people 6, 16
limitations 14, 16
linear careers 114
listening to oneself 64, 65
little optimism 8
Locke, E.A. 11, 14
Lopez, S.J. 59
love 36, 58, 67, 71, 72, 98, 124–7; of
learning 36, 38, 46; pedagogical 67, 68,
70, 126; for work 123–4, 126–7
Love is a Story theory 22
love-based leadership 99–101, 107
Love-based Leadership – An
Interdisciplinary Approach 22
low-esteem 49
loyalty 71, 98
Lubart, T.I. 37
Lundgren, L. 88
Lutgen-Sandvik, P. 49
Luthans, F. 8, 22, 107, 122, 131
Lyubomirsky, S. 7, 131
Määttä, K. 21, 79
McGillivray, C. 96
Maddux, J.E. 121–2
‘magnitude of shared worlds’ 89–93
Magnusson, D. 16, 57
Mahoney, J.L. 16, 57
Mäkikangas, A. 66
marital happiness 90, 94, 126
marital relationships 89–90, 92
marital satisfaction 90, 94, 95
marriage 87–95
Our Marriage of Two Individuals 90
The Marriage of Two Individuals 91
mastery 8, 9, 30, 69
materialistic values 2
maximal performance 13, 49
meaning 47, 128
meaningful life 128
meaningful retirement 96
meaningful study 71, 78, 79
meaningful work 11, 31, 76
meaningfulness 107
mental aspects 16
mental health 32, 60, 95, 96
metaphors 115–17
mindfulness 51
misjudgements 115
mission 121, 123
mistakes 63, 98
Mitchell, T.R. 12
modesty 36, 41–2
Moller, A.C. 9
moods 6
moral courage 39
moral nature: of pedagogical love 126
moral valuations 1
motivation 13, 14, 129; autonomous 9;
inner 123; intrinsic 7, 9, 11, 34, 51, 94;
and persistence 39; students 78;
and success 10–12; to learn 130;
variety in 17, see also work
motivation
multiple roles 92
mutual respect 67, 71
Myers, D.G. 2, 50, 96, 126
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narrative analysis 21
narrative research 20–1
narratives 115
National Research and Development Centre
for Welfare and Health of Finland 33
negative emotions 6, 97, 101
negative events 8, 34, 69
negative experiences 62, 106
negative factors 49, 50
‘network’ metaphor 116
networks 48, 58, 97, 98, 125
norm-dependent: human strengths as 35
obligations 16
obstacles 50, 60, 64, 115, 118, 120
occupational education 131
Ojanen, M. 43
Oldham, G.R. 15
open-mindedness 36, 37, 38, 44, 46, 118
openness 119
opportunities 14, 16, 29, 32, 49; for
development 15, 33, 47, 96, 124; for
further education 119
optimism 6, 7–8, 14, 31, 34, 38, 43, 44, 66,
114–15, 121, 122
optimization (SOC model) 14
order 126
organisational commitment 6
organisational culture 71
organisational integrity 123
organisational virtuousness 98, 127–8
Our Marriage 90
outcomes: and expectations 8, 11, 12;
work-related 15
outer processes 16, 58
ownership 128
Pajares, F. 101
parental love 124–5
parental relationships 58
parental support 59–60, 65
parents: and the acquisition of positive
values/attitudes/behaviours 58; advice
from 63; belief in child’s sense of control
65; imbibing optimism from 65–7
participation: decision-making 15
passive jobs 10
passivity 8
‘patchwork quilt’ metaphor 116
paternal involvement 89
patience 68, 123, 126
patriotism 61
pedagogical authority 67, 68, 70
pedagogical interaction 67
pedagogical love 67, 68, 70, 126
pedagogical professionalism 78
pedagogical tact 68, 70
perceived autonomy 58
perceived control 6, 10
perceived happiness 51, 107
perceived meaningfulness 107
perceived success/failure 34, 51
perceptions of occupations 65–6
performance(s): ability to recognise good
42; challenge and 11, 15; happiness and
130; high standards 98; mastery and
9; motivation and 9; rewards and 12;
self-effi cacy and 101; success and good
12–14, see also high performance
permeability 89
perseverance 8, 37, 38
persistence 9, 11, 14, 36, 39–40, 44, 45,
46, 121
person-environment system 16, 57
personal development 15, 96, 127, 129
personal experiences: of success 45–7
personal history 16
personality 1, 11, 13, 32, 38, 43, 51
perspective 36, 38–9
pessimism 8
Peterson, C. 8, 35
Peterson, S.J. 8, 107
phenomenon: in metaphors 115–16
physical courage 39
physical health 32, 95, 96
physical working conditions 124
planning 10
Plato 125
platonic friendship 125
pleasure 6, 128
poetry metaphors 116
political nature of leadership 103
Polkinghorne, D.E. 22
positive atmosphere 48, 79
positive attitudes 31, 32, 42, 51, 58, 115,
129, see also hope; optimism
positive development 2, 16, 32, 57–8, 65,
66, 100, 124, 129
positive emotions/feelings 1, 6–7, 51, 66,
69, 95, 100, 101, 107, 121, 123, 129
positive expectations 8
positive experiences 6–7, 11, 13, 32–4, 51,
61, 62, 64, 92, 99, 104
positive factors 49, 50
positive feedback 78, 104, 119, 123
positive learning environments 71
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positive organisational behaviour (POB) 22
positive parental relationships 58
positive paternal involvement 89
positive people-management 98
positive psychological capital 122
positive psychology 1, 5–8, 22, 34, 65, 66,
95, 98, 102, 107
positive strategies 14
positive values 58
positive working environments 101
positivity 22, 43, 101
possibilities 16
power 11
practical experiences 66
praise 65
prejudices 66
pride 7, 42, 70, 72
proactive attitudes 32, 44
problem-solving 7, 10, 107, 123, 131
processual nature of success 6, 113, 114–22
production 2
productivity 15, 71, 73, 74, 80, 101, 107, 131
profession-specifi c attributes 18, 19
professional development 18, 123
professional expertise 15, 18
professional knowledge 114
professional profi ciency 32, 51
professional skills 120, 121
professional standards 18
profi ciency 32, 51, 79, 105, 119
prudence 36, 41, 42
psychological capital 122
psychological courage 39
psychological states 15, see also mental health
Putnam, D. 39
qualitative research 1
quality education 71, 72–3
quality performance 14
questionnaires (‘top workers’ study) 19–20
Quick, J.C. 51
Rath, T. 103
reactive people 32
realism 94
realistic optimism 8, 43, 50
reciprocal feedback 101
recognition 123
Reeve, J. 7
refl ection 30
refl ective approach 122
refl ective practice 69
regard: positive 7
Rego, A. 98
regulation: of emotions 9–10; of goal
direction 35, see also self-regulation
reinforcement theory 125
Reivich, K. 7
relationship building 103
relationships 49; and development 58;
family-oriented 90; marital 89–90, 92;
positive learning environments 71;
positive parental 58; social 33, 40, 97,
98, 119, 120; social resources supporting
123; strengths based on 88; students’
success 78; teacher-student 67, 75; work
and family life 87–95; in the workplace
30, 33, 40, 115
relatives 61
reliability 9
reliability issues (‘top workers’ study) 21
religiousness 37, 42, 61
research: work-related 1
resilience 8, 14, 44, 69, 122
‘resource’ metaphor 116
resources 49; acquisition of necessary
10; of good supervisors 79; leadership
provision of 72–3, 99; multiple roles,
and the individual’s 92, see also human
resources; job resources
respect 67, 71, 94, 98
responsibility 11, 15, 71
responsiveness 65, 99
results 2, 38, 126
retirement 96, 97, 121
reward(s) 12, 30, 32, 34, 101
risk-taking 65
‘road’ metaphor 116–17
‘road’ narratives 117–21
role metaphors 116
romantic love 126
Ruiz, C.E. 131
rules 16, 42
Ryan, F.J. 69
Ryan, R.M. 9, 51
safe boundaries 124
Salmi, M. 88
Salovey, P. 40
satisfaction 6, 11, 15, 71, 131; of higherorder
needs 127; interaction and 113,
123, see also job satisfaction; life
satisfaction; marital satisfaction
Schaufeli, W.B. 13
Index 145
Scheier, M.F. 14, 44
Schneider, S.L. 8, 50
schools: careers counselling 61–4; tools
for employing strengths-based
approaches 68–70
Schunk, D.H. 101
science metaphors 115
‘seasons’ metaphor 116
selection-optimisation-compensation
(SOC) model 14, 121
self-appreciation 123
self-assessments 68–9, 122
self-awareness 8, 98, 106, 107
self-conception 9, 106
self-confi dence 122
self-consciousness 106
self-determination 11
self-determination theory 15
self-development 15, 58
self-directedness 65
self-direction 122
self-effi cacy 8, 12, 13, 32, 34, 39, 47, 51,
65, 71, 77, 101
self-enhancement 122
self-esteem 12, 30, 49, 58, 60, 122, 124
self-fulfi llment 123, 127
self-image 13
self-knowledge 8, 67, 98, 101
self-regard 49
self-regulation 36, 41, 42, 123
self-worth theory 12
Seligman, M.E.P. 1, 8, 35, 37, 45, 46, 47,
69, 101, 126, 128
sensitive leaders 99
sensitive upbringing 66
sensitivity 9, 68
servant leadership 101
shared worlds 89–93
Shimai, S. 41
sidetracks 64, 115, 117
signature strengths 41, 69, 70, 128
Simonton, D.K. 37
situational fl exibility 69
skills 13, 14, 15, 97; balance between
work-related expectations and 32,
50; challenging activity that requires
102–3; professional 18, 119, 121, see
also career, skills; civic skills; cognitive
skills; core skills; interaction, skills
Skrypnek, B.J. 124
Snyder, C.R. 59
social connection 66
social inclusion 49
social infl uences 12
social intelligence 36, 37, 40, 41, 44, 47
social policies (Finnish) 87–8
social problem-solving 10
social reality 10
social relationships 33, 40, 97, 98, 119, 120
social roles 9, 88
social skills 1, 40, 65
social support 30, 49, 98
socially intelligent leaders 80
societal changes 16, 63
socioeconomic factors 58
solidarity 73–5, 78
spiritual life 61
standards 18, 98, 121
Staudinger, U.M. 88
stereotypes 66
Sternberg, R. 22, 37
stimulating tasks 12
‘story’ metaphor 116
strategic thinking 103
strength(s): awareness of one’s 9, 44, 65;
based on relationships with others 88;
caring teacherhood and discovery of
pupil’s 67; dynamic contexts 35; and
happiness 107, 128; leadership as a 103;
positive feeling as a source of 1; of top
workers 34–44, see also signature strengths
strengths-based approaches: in schools 68–70
stress/stressful experiences 1, 10, 88, 95,
119, 120, 121
student engagement 71, 78
students’ study success: caring
teacherhood 70–6; factors behind 77–80
study atmosphere 73, 79
subjective experiences 6
success: associations 2; concept analysis
1–2; defi nitions 2; as fullest expression
of mastery 8; and happiness 127,
128–31, see also students’ study success
success at work: career orientation 2;
defi nition 9; encouragement from caring
leaders 98–108; factors contributing
to 9–17, 21–2; hobbies 95–8; human
resources and expertise 122–4; love
124–7; positive psychology 1, 5–8;
processual nature of 6, 113, 114–22,
see also ‘top workers’ study
successful behaviour 88
successful marriage 94
Sundvall-Huhtinen, A. 63
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supervisor/mentor 49, 79
support: marital 91; parental 59–60, 65;
students’ success 75, 76, 79; workrelated
48, see also social support
supportive work environments 120
Swedish housework study 95
synchronic perspective 35
systematic working 46, 120
tact 68, 69, 70
talents 11
tasks 12, 15
teacher education 126
teacher-student relationships 67, 75
teacherhood (caring) 67–76, 126
team-based experiences 47–8
teamwork 6, 30, 36, 41, 47, 49
temperance 36, 41–2
theatre metaphors 116
Theilheimer, R. 71
Theorell, T. 16
thriving 66, 100
time: transformation of 105–6
time metaphors 116
togetherness 73, 74, 90, 94
tolerance 38
‘top workers’ study 17–21; challenging
work 29–32; childhood and adolescent
experiences 57–67; data and analyses
19–21; experiences of success 44–51;
family-work balance 90, 91–3; hobbies
96–7; human strengths 34–44; marital
happiness 94; participants 17–19, 20;
positive experiences 32–4; processual
nature of success 114–22
transactional leaders 98
transcendence 36–7, 42–3
transformational leaders 98
treadmill 14
Triangular Theory of Love 22
triumphs 49
trust 6, 43, 68, 71, 98, 126
trust-building 67
try-harders 34
Tugade, M.M. 34
Tuomi, K. 96
Turner, N. 6
turning points 64
typical performance 13
upbringing 58, 59–60, 66, 124
ups and downs 117, 119
values 2, 51, 58, 59, 65
van Kleef, G.A. 99
van Manen, M. 67, 68
variation 33
versatile roles 93
vigor 8, 13, 31
virtues 35–44, 128
voluntary acts 124
voluntary education 114
voluntary work 97
Von Wright, M. 70
Vulnerability-Stress-Adaptation Model of
Marriage 22
warmth 65
weaknesses 9, 44, 65
Weiner, B. 11
wellbeing 6, 7, 11, 13, 34, 44, 47, 50, 51,
69, 95, 98, 100, 101, 122, 128
White, R.W. 9
Wigfi eld, A. 11
will 14, 79
willingness: for teamwork 48; to accept
new challenges 114; to compromise,
in marriage 89; to educate oneself 47;
to stay in the same job 34; to tolerate
change 38; to understand employee’s
perspective 105; to work well 13
willpower 123
wisdom 36, 37–9
work: ability to develop 31; core
dimensions of 15; joy of 7, 31, 46, 123,
128; love for 123–4, 126–7; marriage
and 87–95; meaningful 11, 31, 76;
success at see success at work
work context 12, 15, 16
work engagement 7, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 30,
31, 34, 51, 101, 107, 123
work environments 12, 34, 101, 120
work life 1, 62, 63, 95
work motivation 1, 7, 10, 12, 15, 30, 32,
51, 101, 102, 114
work-control 2, 10, 11, 15–16, 46
work-oriented employees 93
work-related research 1
working conditions 33, 100, 124
workplace culture 12, 123
workplace wellness programmes 96
wrong choices 64
zest 36, 39, 40, 46, 128
Zorro circle 97

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