Mental Health Support for Your Employees: In recent years, responsibility for employee mental health has shifted from voluntary action to necessary development for organisations. According to the A recent WHO-led study, workplaces that promote mental health and support people with mental disorders are more likely to reduce absenteeism increase productivity benefit from associated economic gains A positive and supportive workplace… Continue reading Mental Health Support For Your Team
Want to know one of my most shocking discoveries when I was studying business psychology? I discovered that autonomy is one of the main catalysts for job satisfaction, wellbeing, performance and happiness at work. This surprised me because none of my previous jobs had given me the flexibility to be autonomous! I didn’t know that… Continue reading Happiness At Work: Autonomy & Flexibility
Happiness at work: Autonomy & Flexibility In the previous instalment of my happiness series we discussed moods. They are short-term states of mind with a long-term effect on our overall well-being and happiness. Sometimes we can recognise what triggers our mood, but they are usually born on a much deeper level. As mentioned, both emotions… Continue reading Mindfulness And Its Impact On Happiness
Are you in a mood today? It’s not easy to think about moods if you’re in a bad mood! So take a deep breath, take a sip of your Monday morning coffee and continue if you feel happier… WHY MOOD MATTERS? Moods are short-term states of mind with a long-term effect on our overall well-being. … Continue reading The First Component Of Happiness: Mood
Now, scientists can easily calculate the cost of unhappiness and the value of happiness for organisations. Recent studies, done by iOpener Institute, showed the average productivity of an ‘unhappy employees’ is only two days a week! Studies like this encouraged leaders to incorporate happiness into their employees’ professional life. It sounded so simple at the… Continue reading What IS Happiness?