Knowing your values is the key to being authentic at work and directly affects the level of meaning you experience.
“Employees want to work on a variety of projects, with a variety of people, be challenged and enjoy a steep learning curve.” Nick Saclley, National General Manager for Construction at Watpac.
It’s important to evaluate how your working conditions and career satisfaction are affecting your mental health. Read more here.
Two-thirds of Aussies (66%) value happiness at work over money, showing that we’re a nation which prioritises doing something meaningful, rather than having huge salaries.
Read St Hilliers Group General Manager, Dan Hinton’s views on important leadership topics and the key ingredients to run a successful business.
Rise focuses on long term happiness and fulfillment, in other words, having meaningful work. We’ve discovered there’s seven key elements that contribute to this and have developed a framework on how you can redefine your relationship with work
Birthe Nohrden, Head of New Business at Rise, attended the wellbeing at work conference in Sydney. Read her key learning’s here.
If you’re serious about your career, you know that you need to be serious about professional development. Read how mentors can help.
Rises’s research show that if people were happier at work, they’d be less distracted by their smartphones and other technology. Listen to Ross’s interview with David Wood @ultra106five
With technology taking an increasingly prominent role in our lives, checking smartphones can be an outlet people use when looking for more meaning at work.
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