It’s time to finally blow up the myth that feelings don’t matter at work
Research research conducted by neuroscientists Richard Davidson and V.S. Ramachandran and by psychologist Shawn Achor – increasingly points to a simple fact: Happy people are better workers! Those who are engaged with their jobs and colleagues work harder and smarter.
Corporate culture is becoming increasingly important
Corporate culture is becoming increasingly important for more and more companies – despite its intangible nature, its role is meaningful, affecting employees and organizational operations. And while culture is not the only factor guaranteeing success, positive cultures offer significant competitive advantages over rivals.
To build a more creative and high performance organization you need to encourage a fun corporate culture. Why? If your employees aren’t having fun, they’re probably not performing at their highest level.
And why not? Everyone is happier and more productive when they have fun together. And what some leaders don’t understand is that when people are not having fun, they’re tense. Then as a result of the paralysis, they can’t make decisions – and studies have shown that when you’re paralyzed, you’re incapable of being creative.
Top 10+ why happiness at work will increase performance
- Do happy people work better with others? – Yes
- Are happy people more creative? – Yes
- Do happy people fix problems instead of complaining about them? – Yes
- Do happy people have more energy? – Yes
- Are happy people more optimistic? – Yes
- Are happy people more motivated? – Yes
- Do happy people get sick less often? – Yes
- Do happy people learn faster? – Yes
- Do happy people worry less about making mistakes? And making less mistakes? – Yes
- Do happy people make better decisions? – Yes
Provide a model where people want to be involved
Provide a model where people want to be involved and can be themselves. Having a more positive corporate culture is about breaking down barriers of strict formality in such a way that people still have respect, loyalty, and trust, and are autonomous and uninhibited to do what they do best.
The successful organization of the future will have a corporate culture that offers supportive relationships, transformational leadership, and clear processes and objectives for innovation, as well as having leaders and workers who are adept at creative problem solving and idea generation.
Having fun at work matters
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