November 22, 2017

Happiness Increases Productivity

Happiness at work comes from giving support unconditionally & creating opportunities for happiness to spread

Happiness at work comes from giving support unconditionally & creating opportunities for happiness to spread

This morning I was doing my usual stroll around Facebook and I cam e across this excellent article  on how happiness increases productivity at work.

You can read the full article here 

It has real synergy with the work I do with people on building their resilience. For it touches on the U of B.O.U.N.C.E, who you are choosing to be. Are you choosing to be miserable because you don’t like your job, or the project you are working on? Or are you taking a resilient approach and looking for the not so obvious reasons why this project can help you grow stronger in skills, experience and personal growth?

In this article it shows  that being  someone who cares for others and gives help and support unconditionally boost your happiness as well as theirs. This strengthens you emotionally and physically as well as creating a nurturing, positive and empowering environment for the team to work in. When I have led teams that the environment that I have strived to create and been successful in doing so.

The article also connects with the C of B.O.U.N.C.E too. For the better your connections and support the stronger your resilience is. When tams are built on a culture of mutual support and that asking for help is seen as a strength not a weakness then the team is stronger as a whole. That is why working with individuals to build their resilience has a positive impact on the whole business. Happy staff leads to happy customers and happy customers leads to great productivity and increased profits, whatever line of business you are in.

 

So today I challenge you to spread a bit more happiness in the world, do something nice and expect nothing in return. this morning when i was buying my paper at the local shop the elderly lady in front had not bought enough money with her to pay for her goods. So I passed her the 12p she needed. At first she wouldn’t take it but when I explained that all she needed to do was ‘pay it forward’ in someway she smiled and accepted it saying that she would put 12p in the next charity collection pot she saw. Simples!!

And of course developing resilience is your key to success without stress. If you’d like to know more about how to develop your resilience or your teams resilience then message me to book a 30 minute complimentary chat. Happy days.

 

 

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