Christelle Liversage has extensive management and leadership experience on various levels. She was Rector of an academic institution, worked for the UK based Institute for Leadership and Management as Africa Operations Manager and headed up the learning and development team of the British High Commission as Manager of Southern and Eastern Africa. She pursued a Master of Arts in Positive Psychology (MAPP) when the NWU offered the qualification for the first time at the Potchefstroom Campus in 2014 and acquired the qualification Cum Laude. Since 2016 she has been appointed as a lecturer at NWU in the MAPP programme and is in process of completion of a PhD in Health Sciences with Positive Psychology. Her passion lies in the application of Positive Psychology in the organisational sector and her thesis is on “Goals, meaning and relational well-being in the work domain of life”. it is expected that understanding of eudaimonic well-being in the work domain as captured in goals, meaning and positive relationships, can be augmented through this study and may facilitate interventions to enhance well-being in a work context.