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Happiness at work and passion

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The HappyLunch© #7 took place on Oct 16 at the Opera House La Monnaie / De Munt in Brussels with the support of PeopleSphere and Happyformance.
We are delighted to share our presentation with you!

Do you want to know more about the Happy organisations, the Happylunch© or about Happiness at Work?
Contact us! www.happyformance.com - laurence@happyformance.com

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Happiness at work and passion

  1. 1. HAPPINESS @ WORK is it a matter of P assion ?
  2. 2. WELCOME HappyLunch© #7 - October 16, 2014 #BEhappyday
  3. 3. Passion is the energy that keeps us going, that keeps us filled with meaning, and happiness, # and excitement, and anticipation. Passion is a powerful force in accomplishing anything # you set your mind to, and in experiencing work # and life the fullest extent possible (Dave Kerpen) " "
  4. 4. When I grow up, I’ll be Daft Punk (Cyril Niego)
  5. 5. Exessive workload in a speci2ic context : -­‐ no respect -­‐ changing rules -­‐ « déshumanisé » And then we grew up…
  6. 6. 19.000 people are suffering from burnout in Belgium
  7. 7. 300.000 people have a long term sick leave in Belgium
  8. 8. HAPPY ORGANISATIONS www.happinessday.be
  9. 9. 380.000 people are working in organisation where the Management says Happiness at Work makes the difference
  10. 10. 2x less sick
  11. 11. 6x less absent
  12. 12. 9x more loyal
  13. 13. 31% more productive
  14. 14. 55% more creative
  15. 15. 4.9 to 6.6 years longer @ work
  16. 16. 350.000.000.000$
  17. 17. OK but…
  18. 18. Is it really possible to be passionnate about any job?
  19. 19. Valerie’s Happy restrooms (Atlanta Airport)
  20. 20. COMPONENTS TO HAPPINESS SET POINT 50% Happiness composants ENVIRONMENT 10% OWN CHOICE 40% S. Lyubomirsky
  21. 21. Happiness composants • Set point: • the central or expected value within a person's set range; • genetically determined; • stable over time; • immune to influence. • Environment: • national, geographic, and cultural region • demographic factors • personal history/life events • life status variables • Own choice: • behavioral • cognitive • motivational.
  22. 22. So what can we do?
  23. 23. « The new Belgian legislation on psychosocial aspects of work avoids ‘accusing’, but instead makes every actor responsible in the enterprise for creating an atmosphere in which people are mutually respectful and enjoy going to work » Monica De Coninck
  24. 24. Karel Van Damme
  25. 25. Peter De Caluwe
  26. 26. Where to start?
  27. 27. Happiness @ Work model (© Happyformance) autonomy connexions contribution results self confidence fun / passion mission PERFORMANCE networks & HAPPINESS
  28. 28. WHAT YOU LOVE WHAT YOU " ARE GOOD AT HAPPY BUT POOR WHAT PAYS WELL RICH BUT # BORED DREAM #WIN
  29. 29. What if my job is not my passion?
  30. 30. Be proud of what you do
  31. 31. Find a creative outlet
  32. 32. Dream with Big Goal dreamers
  33. 33. Be intentional
  34. 34. Always stay positive
  35. 35. Conclusion if any?
  36. 36. Happiness is the way. Not the goal.
  37. 37. HAPPY ORGANISATIONS #380.000 concerned workers JOIN US!
  38. 38. MORE INFO? laurence@happyformance.com www.happinessday.be www.happyformance.com

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