Sunday, February 22nd, 2009
(If you can’t see this video click here and it will take you to Work Happy Now so you can view it.)
Working in the now is having the ability to see a look as just a look without putting some big emotional story behind it. We tend to want to create emotional attachment to experiences. What we need to do is pay attention to the way a look or comment makes us feel and adjust our emotional reaction.
I read a cool article from e! Science News – Happy Employees are Critical for Company Success. We’ve been talking about these concepts for a while now, but it’s just nice to see others talking about it too.
“Simply put, psychologically well employees are better performers. Since higher employee performance is inextricably tied to an organization’s bottom line, employee well-being can play a key role in establishing a competitive advantage.”
- Thomas Wright
Companies that really listen to employees will be able to improve the working conditions and increase their bottom line. It’s a win-win for both sides.
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