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dr Simon Lutterbie explained the research and practice of building Happiness at work for individuals, teams and organizations. More info at www.iopenerinstitute.com or www.youmeus.nl

dr Simon Lutterbie explained the research and practice of building Happiness at work for individuals, teams and organizations. More info at www.iopenerinstitute.com or www.youmeus.nl


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  • 1. The research and practice of building Happiness at Work Dr. Simon Lutterbie 7 June 2012
  • 2. What is happiness at work? Happiness at work is a mindset which enables action to maximize performance and achieve potential. This is about developing and using personal and team resources.
  • 3. The 5Cs• Contribution: Feeling of making a difference• Conviction: Short-term motivation; resilience• Commitment: Long-term motivation; dedication• Culture: Social environment at work• Confidence: Belief in your abilities
  • 4. The Performance-Happiness Model
  • 5. Presentation Outline1. Select research findings2. Building Happiness at Work3. Future directions
  • 6. Select research findingsConvictionPredicts% Time on Taskr2 = .38, F (1, 2271) = 1363.0, p< .0005
  • 7. Select research findingsConfidencePredicts% Time Energizedr2 = .51, F (1, 2230) = 2342.0, p< .0005
  • 8. Select research findingsCommitmentPredictsDays Sick Leaver2 = .02, F (1, 2106) = 35.65, p< .0005
  • 9. Happiness during the recession Dow Jones Industrial Average: 2008 Originally presented at SGCP 2010 – London, UK
  • 10. Conviction throughout the recessionSignificant decrease as recession progressedβ = -.01, t (1466) = -9.06, p< .0005r2 = .05, F (1, 1466) = 82.16, p< .0005 Originally presented at SGCP 2010 – London, UK
  • 11. The effect on time on taskMid-level Conviction:β = -.20, t (472) = -4.60 p < .0005Lower-level Conviction:β = -.22, t (212) = -2.95 p = .003Overall regression model:r2 = .35, F (1, 1440) = 260.70, p< .0005 Originally presented at SGCP 2010 – London, UK
  • 12. Presentation Outline1. Select research findings2. Building Happiness at Work3. Future directions
  • 13. Analyzing Happiness at Work• Organization report for guiding strategic initiatives• Team report for guiding workshop facilitation• Individual report for debriefing by coach
  • 14. Building Happiness at Work• 56 coaching and consulting tools and techniques• Individual, coach-facilitated, and team workshops• Mapped to each component of Happiness at Work
  • 15. Future research directions…• Large-scale demographic sampling – e.g., cross-cultural, industry & sector• Extend collection of case studies• Integrate social network analysis
  • 16. Thank you! simon.lutterbie@iopenerinstitute.com www.iopenerinstitute.com