Engagement and happiness should be a long-term strategy and the achievement of them should be a primary goal which aligns to the vision and mission statement that an organisation lives by.
They cannot be achieved through one-off workshops or through ad hoc random initiatives. Free pizza Friday is great, but what happens when the free pizza runs out? If it’s back to miserable Monday and business as usual, your engagement and happiness levels will never improve.
We use current research along with our unique CIPD-recognised Laughology Happiness Model to build robust programmes delivered in fun, engaging ways.
We work with people at every level in an organisation because happy, engaged teams and workplaces are created from the bottom up and the top down. Relationships play a key role in engagement and happiness in any organisation, particularly the relationships people have with their managers and leaders.
Studies show that salaries and financial perks are not the main drivers of workplace happiness. Instead development and progression, workplace relationships and challenges are just as important.Instead development and progression, workplace relationships and challenges are just as important.