Happiness at Work, the ingredient NOT to miss!
Over the Globe we all need to work longer until retirement.
We spend an average of 75% of our time at work.
Yes, being Happy at work can make an impact on your Organization & Employees.
- We live longer
- We need to Work longer
- We understand better the impact of Work & our Well Being
- It is time to take actions to create a Sustainable Future
- What is Happiness at Work?
- How can Happiness at Work be measured?
- Who is responsible for Happiness at Work?
- Intake to understand the actual challenge
- Conduct an analyse throughout the Organization
- Develop an Implementation plan
- Develop a Communication plan
- Develop Workshops for all layers in the Organization
- As an external Mentor I help you setting it all up
- Designer, I create your vision
- Ad interim inhouse Chief Happiness Officer
- Keynote speaker
No need to wait, you are not alone in this
- Envision your desired Results , tell us your story
- Align your goal with your Strategy, create the bridge
- Get the Buy in from Stakeholders – all C Level management, we can present for you & with you
What is holding you back to bring Happiness in your organization?
10 Must know about Happiness at Work
- Studies show that happiness at work may be the most important success factor for a modern workplace and that happy companies make more money!
- Happiness at work is one of the 3 most important sources of happiness in life.
- Happiness at work is the best antidote to stress. Stress doesn’t necessarily come from working too much but from feeling bad while you work.
- Increasing employee happiness dramatically reduces absenteeism and employee turnover.
- In all the world, only the Scandinavian languages have a widely used word for happiness at work. In Danish the word is
- Your happiness at work is your responsibility. Not your boss’s, not your co-workers’ and not society’s. Yours.
- Your boss and your workplace are responsible for creating a setting and culture where it’s easy to be happy at work.
- Happiness at work doesn’t only come from the organization’s policies, strategies, plans or values. It comes from the things that you and I do here and now.
- Happiness at work doesn’t come from raises, bonuses or perks. It comes from two things: Results and Relationships, ie. doing great work together with great people.
- Happiness at work doesn’t just happen. It takes a focused, long-term effort from management and employees together.