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The Search for Happiness at Work

Filed under: Humor in the Workplace Blog - 17 Jun 2015

Last weekend my wife and I watched the charming comedy Hector and the Search for Happiness. Hector is a not terribly happy psychiatrist who undertakes a global search to uncover what truly makes people happy. Here are a few of the things he discovers along the way, all of which echo findings in numerous studies on happiness. And all of them apply as much to work as they do to life!

Small Ways to Up the Happiness Factor in Your Workplace

Filed under: Podcast Series: Humor at Work - 25 Jun 2014

podcast Studies show that it takes very little effort to boost your level of happiness. Workplaces need to care about this because, as Mike reminds us, it pays to have …

Happiness at Work Comes in Small Packages

Filed under: Podcast Series: Humor at Work - 09 May 2014

podcast May is Civility Month, a great reminder of how happiness in the workplace really does come down to the small gestures and small ways people interact with each other …

Is Your Work Attitude Working? Does Your Job Call Out to You?

Filed under: Humor in the Workplace Blog - 25 Feb 2013

There’s no getting around the fact that attitude drives success at work, starting with how you view your job. Yale researcher Amy Wrzesniewski studies how our mental conceptions of work impacts performance. 

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