Tool for happiness at work

49.95$ CAD
  • Tool for happiness at work

Tool for happiness at work

49.95$ CAD

THE SCIENCE OF HAPPINESS: A GUIDE FOR LEADERS

In the current context of occupational health, several concepts have gained importance, including quality of work life, satisfaction, well-being, happiness, and fulfillment. These elements have become key indicators of the overall vision of occupational health.

Happy employees are generally more productive, more creative, and tend to perform better. Effective leadership that promotes happiness at work can lead to a reduction in turnover rate, improved collaboration within teams, and an enhanced reputation of the company.

By integrating the principles of happiness science into their leadership practices, leaders and managers can not only improve the well-being of their teams, but also contribute to the overall success of their organization. Available in French.

PROMOTING HAPPINESS AT WORK: KEY INDICATORS FOR A HEALTHY COMPANY CULTURE

Indeed, happiness, due to its subjective and personal nature, can be a challenge to measure. Our guide offers indicator suggestions that can help you identify areas that require special attention and establish action priorities aimed at improving happiness within your organization or team.

STEERING HAPPINESS: HAPPINESS BAROMETER AND LEADER SELF-ASSESSMENT

Our guide for leaders includes a happiness barometer, an evaluation tool that allows you to better understand the level of happiness within your teams. This barometer provides you with valuable information that can help you identify areas that require special attention and track progress over time. In addition to the happiness barometer, our guide includes a self-assessment that helps you reflect on your own leadership approach and the impact you have on your team’s happiness. This self-assessment is a way to step back and think about how you can improve your own leadership practice. Happiness at work is a responsibility of all leaders, and this tool helps you assume this responsibility with confidence.

INTRIGUED BY THE CONCEPT OF HAPPINESS AT WORK? 

We invite you to read our detailed article that explores why compensation does not always guarantee happiness: The income paradox: When more does not mean betterPlease note that this article is currently available in French only.

If you wish to deepen your understanding of the factors that contribute to happiness at work, we have two online courses that might interest you: