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.
An employee happiness survey recognises staff happiness is what matters most both to the employee and business.
A happy workplace is associated with improved health, increased creativity, and productivity. Work environments with happy workers are more harmonious and positive. Moreover, such people put in more effort beyond their job descriptions and are more committed to their work.
If you want to achieve a higher level of productivity among your employees, creating a company wellness programme produces impressive results.
When your employees have a voice they are able to air their concerns and suggestions for improvements and be confident they will be listened to.
Create your own learning and development strategy for your SME to enhance your business performance and maximise your business resilience. Learn more.
Businesses invest billions into learning and development, with little ROI. A better understanding of L&D can help create more effective L&D strategies.
Learn about what employees say they really need from HR and compare whether your business matches up in this helpful and informative infographic.