Now, more than ever in an increasingly uncertain world, businesses need leaders with all the right attributes to take them forward.
You can define your Ikigai as the intersection between what you are good at, what you love, and what you value. When all three of these factors align and are congruent, you will likely have discovered your Ikigai.
Before we discuss the role of the Chief Happiness Officer (CHO), we should ask why the role is needed. Being happier can help to improve all areas of our lives, including at work, at home and with friends and socialising.
Do you have the capacity to identify, comprehend, and control your emotions and recognise those of others around you?
Learn how to create a healthy company culture to help your business thrive long-term by keeping your best employees and your business productive.
An integrated business planning framework presents a great opportunity to develop the function of finance to drive business performance and productivity.
Businesses need to be seen as places where people look forward to going to work. They need to have a purpose beyond mere profit, becoming a place that people want to buy from and which connects emotionally with both customers and staff.
An employee happiness survey recognises staff happiness is what matters most both to the employee and business.
Many businesses aren't meeting the demands of the modern consumer. Learn more about the 21st century customer and how your business can keep up with trends.