What is Your Corporate Happiness Index?
Discover the payoff and value of the new SCIENCE of Happiness at Work ™ for improving your Corporate Happiness Index.
So what has Corporate Happiness Index go to do with business?
CHI, in traditional Chinese culture, or qi, is described as a pervasive “life-force” energy; an active “energy flow”, forming part of every living thing. It can be compared to Western notion of “vitalism” or a liveliness energy that sustains and supports blossoming life. This “life Force” enables action and achievement.
The Chinese believe CHI permeated everything. They liken it to the flow-of-energy around and through the body, forming a cohesive and functioning unit and linked them and their surroundings together.
Qigong is the practice of aligning breath, physical activity and mindfulness / awareness; Your Corporate Happiness Index…for improving mental, emotional, spiritual and corporeal health, as well as the development of human potential. It involves the management and balance of the Corporate Happiness Index/qi within each person’s body and energy, and its interaction with other people and the surroundings.
So What’s How’s Your Company’s CHI? Corporate Happiness Index
When last did you consider how your company’s Chi is doing? Your Corporate Happiness index is an important indicator… Is your company filled with vital, vibrant positive, resilient, energy; healthy, happy and capable; conscious, caring and life-giving? Or are there pockets of greedership, unskilled leadership or management, and negative disengaged staff mind-sets contaminating and destroying your corporate Chi, and losing you profits, productivity and sleep.
Do you have any idea of what your Corporate Happiness Index really is right now? Would you find or improve it out if you knew that this Corporate Happiness Index is directly related to vital areas of business;
• Employee engagement levels
• Staff satisfaction levels
• Time on task – productivity levels
• Resilience & Positivity
• Absenteeism levels
• Performance; Talent & Skills Application
The Science of Happiness – Pays.
Are you looking for more productivity, performance and profits… consider this…More than 6 years of scientific backed research carried out worldwide by iOpener UK shows that employees who are happier at work:
Are 180% more energized
Are 155% happier in their jobs
Are 108% more engaged at work
Are 150% happier with life
Love their jobs 79% more
Are 50% more motivated
Have 40% more confidence
Achieve their goals 35% more
Contribute 25% more
People who are happiest at work report that they are 47% more on task than their least happy colleagues; in practical terms this equates to them putting in an extra 1.25 days a week as compared to the unhappiest employees.
That’s a full 25% more productivity! So your Corporate Happiness index has HUGE value for leaders, managers and smart entrepreneurs.
The happiest employees in the U.K. & the U.S. private sectors only take 1.5 days off sick a year compared to an average of 6 days off by the average employee. (In the public sector, the same comparison is 11 and 20 days). That’s a reduction in absenteeism of around 400%! The multiplier effect of being unhappy at work is huge. And so The The Science of Happiness at WorkTM is here to assist you.
If you are ready to get smart and take action to discover, measure and enhance your CHI (Company Happiness Index because you appreciate and value the power of PEOPLE & PROFIT– Give us a call today.
Transform your Corporate Happiness Index… You’ll be happier, and so will your staff be happier, that you did. We’re your corporate Chi-Gung Coaches and Workplace Happiness transformation facilitators.
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