Made with love in Pittsburgh, PA
THRIVE started as a humble idea in a basement office in the East Liberty neighborhood of Pittsburgh. We've since grown from an idea to a platform that supports a variety of solutions, while remaining humble, knowing we have much to learn.
We built our platform knowing that there had to be better ways for people to learn, communicate, and contribute at work. This led to our company mission: helping people have better days.
Diverse and global
THRIVE is a diverse team of serial entrepreneurs, computer and cognitive scientists, leadership consultants, writers, technologists and designers, with team members spanning the USA, South Africa and Poland.
Founder and CEO
Partner and VP, Strategy
Co-Founder and Head Solutions Architect
Co-Founder and Head of Customer Success
Partner and Scientist
Partner and Product Engineer
Partner and Cognitive Scientist
Partner and Creative Director
Client Account Director
As discussed in a recent blog post on Digital Journaling, there are a great number of benefits associated with the practice of writing regularly. These benefits include reduced stress and enhanced mood, as well as greater focus, clarity, and self-awareness. These benefits, and more, have been documented in several decades of research on expressive writing. In this blog, I briefly discuss important findings relating expressive writing to health and performance. Writing is a potent source of clarity and self-affirmation, and Thrive uses writing in a number of programs to enhance engagement and results.
A Face to Face with Thrive – Part 2
This week's blog picks up our previous topic of human conversation - how it started, what caused various changes and accelerations, how we converse now, and both the opportunities and problems that modern day communication methods present. Enjoy, and thanks for reading.
Bringing the Thrive Mission to Life
The average person has, on average, 80.3 years on this earth. In that time, one can choose many paths, and the path chosen can leave a lasting impact on the world. The biggest piece of this, however, is if that impact will be a positive one or not.