We offer resources to help you ‘Make Emotions Central to Your Company Culture’ in real-time and expand the Happiness Quotient of your people. You will get a combination of real-time data, backed by academic research, AI and neuroscience, empowering you with actionable insights into the key drivers of happiness for your workforce.
Our vision is to empower every organisation to co-create a happy work culture that balances people with profits and leverages the power of human potential.
to create a happier
Attrition, failure to collaborate, and lack of self-motivation are all directly linked to human emotions. Most organisations shy away from addressing employee emotions, predominantly because of the lack of a structured method in studying and analysing them. In the modern world, it is vital to understand how your employees truly feel. This helps to provide them with a necessary purpose, psychological safety, autonomy, independence, a positive work environment, and a sense of being valued. The happyness framework captures both - how your people think and how they feel—enabling you to address their emotional quotient.
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Creating sustained happiness at the workplace calls for ownership, both from the organisation and the individual. Cultivating a culture of respect is essential to make people feel psychologically safe at work and thrive in an environment of mutual ownership. Implementing meaningful culture-change is difficult, as it requires deep introspection.
The happyness framework leverages this key idea to enable employees to truly introspect and forge a positive environment—creating an environment of equal ownership, between the employees and the C suite. This close collaboration breaks silos of disconnections, strengthens camaraderie, and adds inclusiveness, all of which promote happiness in the workplace.
Often because of an unconscious bias, organisations cannot deal with employee emotions without realising how it affects the individual's and the company's productivity
Emotional fluency or expressing vulnerability creates lasting trust. When employees feel emotionally safe, they are confident in expressing their feelings, which gives leadership teams a sign of ‘emotions at work’ and how to navigate across diverse viewpoints and work ideas to get the best output. Prioritizing emotions with empathy promotes transparency and trust, which are effective data points in driving “people practices” towards excellence
are data too!
In this modern era of business, there is a tangible deficit of happiness among employees. The current workforce is multi-generational and diverse, with distinct needs and perspectives. The need for collaboration and connection has been further amplified with the current hybrid working culture. Therefore, it becomes increasingly important to shift to a more modern way of thinking and change over from measuring only engagement, which is passive acceptance of company objectives, to involvement - which is the active pursuit of the same goals and objectives.
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The overall organisational business objectives must be at the core of any employee experience and change program. How your people feel today affects how they perform tomorrow. There is enough research to prove that happiness is vital to flourish - the data is overwhelming. Happy people work harder, work better, are highly innovative, more creative and more collaborative. Happy people are also more energetic, more giving, more attentive, more passionate, and more involved. Ultimately, happy people radiate the positive energy that is required to create a flourishing work culture.
Happiness is integral to help human beings become the best version of themselves. It has a direct measurable impact on your company’s bottom line. When employees realise that their time, energy, and efforts are noticed and that their management has heard and understood their feelings, they show commitment and perform at their best. Various studies over the world have evidenced that organisations with a happy work culture have strong financial growth and overall development - so no, it is not fluff!