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Care for Collections, Care for People

Updated: Aug 22, 2023

The purpose of this blog is to explore some of the less-known aspects of care for heritage collections that go beyond techniques and tools and venturing into the fascinating world of positive organisational psychology and human behavior.


In the following blogs, we will explore topics such as: how we can promote positive aspects of human functioning and flourishing in the workplace; how we can cultivate and leverage strengths, virtues and positive attitudes to enhance not only individual well-being but also organisational effectiveness in care for heritage collections.


I hope that you will find these blogs informative and engaging. Your insights are valuable and I would like to encourage you to share your thoughts in the comments. Did these blogs resonate with you? Do you have any questions or ideas related to the topic we covered?


I would also love to hear your suggestions on future blog topics related to positive organisations and collections care. Is there a specific subject you are interested in learning more about? Let me know, and I will do my best to research and cover these in the posts.

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Thank you for being a part of our growing community! I am looking forward to hearing from you in the comments, exploring your questions, and creating new content for your interest.





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