Tips on how to be more effective at work and streamline your day
The culture of a workplace can make or break job satisfaction. By fostering a positive culture, staff are free to be their best without the hindrance of unnecessary stress or negative distraction.
“Do something you love and you’ll never work a day in your life” – sure, but how do you find your passion at work?
Hear my interview on The Morning Show with Mark Rorke about how to promote a happy workplace.
Which kind of happiness do you seek in your work environment? Are the perks enough, or does the purpose within your role drive you to achieve your potential? How do you define your own meaning at work? Read the difference between happines and meaning.
Some wellbeing approaches can be used as a band-aid solution to workplace happiness, when often deeper organisational issues are at play.
Appointing someone to take ownership of happiness in the workplace can be an effective way to ensure it’s a business priority. Read why appointing a chief happiness officer is a good idea for your business.
Andrew is the Director, Project Design Manager at Mirvac. Read what he has to say about his role and being a leader in the construction industry.
Listen to ABC’s Radio National program ‘Best Practice’ with Barry Schwartz. They discussed how there’s a movement towards people wanting meaning over money at work.
Average employee engagement levels haven’t changed significantly in 20 years. Our research suggests that by shifting the conversation to meaning at work engagement takes care of itself.
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