Happiness Who, What, Where, How and Why Happiness Initiative leadership training Part 3

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  • http://www.grossnationalhappiness.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/04/Short-GNH-Index-edited.pdf
  • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FPeNwH3ax-c&feature=youtu.be
  • http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/politics/prime-minister-unveils-happiness-index-2143950.html
    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-politics-18966729
  • http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-politics-18966729
  • http://www.victoriafoundation.bc.ca/web/files/Happiness_Summary_%20report_for%20web.pdf
  • http://bchealthycommunitiesca.blogspot.com/2012_07_01_archive.html’
    In 2011-2012 the UWGV piloted the Engaging Neighbours: Community Tables in the neighbourhoods of Oaklands, Gorge-Tillicum, and North Park. UWGV and BCHC collaborated on the Community Tables project to create the space for cross-sectoral community conversations. These conversations resulted in identified strategies for taking action at the community level. Monthly sessions involved group learning and capacity building processes, which helped explore local challenges, identify assets, and generate neighbourhood focused actions.One of the piloted communities was North Park, a ‘gritty’, multicultural neighbourhood with a broad socio-economic mix. The overall vision for North Park, generated at the monthly meetings, was that of “a culturally diverse, green, inclusive community that values the provision of affordable housing to families and those experiencing poverty. The table members aspired to keep North Park artsy, ‘funky’, and gritty while remaining safe and accessible”. The table members acknowledged that the monthly meetings had created a powerful engine for future collaboration and decided to continue building on this momentum. Some of the table members joined the North Park Neighbourhood Assocation as part of a new action-focused sub committee, others started a neighbourhood wide green mapping project with the support of the UWGV.Not all table members ended up being directly involved with the action plans, but the church members, artists, social workers, farmers, youth and others that participated at the table sessions were given the opportunity to speak their voice, hear each others stories and learn from each others experiences and that has created a stronger foundation for these emerging communities.The final outcomes of the Engaging Neighbours: Community Tables pilot project will be presented at the Community Tea & Celebration on September 19.
  • http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/2010/nov/17/france-happiness-index
  • http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/2010/nov/17/france-happiness-index
    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1213361/Sarkozy-includes-happiness-Frances-measure-economic-progress.html
  • On Pingdingshan City http://english.people.com.cn/90001/90776/90882/7304883.html
    On national efforts: http://english.people.com.cn/90001/90782/90872/7208958.html
  • http://www.wantchinatimes.com/news-subclass-cnt.aspx?id=20121107000083&cid=1103
    source for picture http://www.echinacities.com/news/How-Happy-are-Chinese-People-in-Modern-China-Really
  • http://www.dnr.maryland.gov/mdgpi
  • http://english.people.com.cn/90001/90776/90882/7304883.html
  • http://english.people.com.cn/90001/90776/90882/7304883.html
  • On Tom: http://blog.commongoodvt.org/2014/01/gnhusa-testifies-on-well-being-measurement-efforts/
  • grossnationalhappiness.com
  • The happiness data represents over 18,000 survey takers who opted to take the Happiness Initiative’s Gross National Happiness Index.
  • Happiness Who, What, Where, How and Why Happiness Initiative leadership training Part 3

    1. 1. Agenda for Happiness Who, What, Where, Why & How – Session Three of Happiness Initiative Leadership Training: 1) Presentation – 50 min 2) Break – 10 min 3) Exercise – 30 min 4) Discussion – 30 min
    2. 2. Where…is happiness guiding policy?
    3. 3. Where Gross National Happiness Started - Bhutan
    4. 4. Genesis of the Nine Domains of GNH Subjective and Objective indicators Equal Weighting of Domains
    5. 5. Bhutan’s GNH report 2010What can Subjective and Objective Indicators tell us? In the state of Gasa, people perceive themselves to have a similar standard of living to those in Thimphu while the per capita income is lower.
    6. 6. What can Subjective and Objective Indicators tell us? Few have perceive themselves to have a good understanding of climate change, and the majority of waste disposal is through burning
    7. 7. Bhutan rates individuals by sufficiency
    8. 8. GNH Policy Screening Toolsome of the factors used for joining WTO decision
    9. 9. Brazil where academics, grassroots activism and policy meet
    10. 10. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FPeNwH3ax-c&feature=youtu.be
    11. 11. UK UK Office of Statistics
    12. 12. “To those who say this sounds like a distraction from the serious business of government, I say finding out what will improve lives and acting on it is the serious business of government. "We'll continue to measure gross domestic product. But it is high time we admitted that, taken on its own, GDP is an incomplete way of measuring a country's progress.” – Prime Minister David Cameron
    13. 13. Surveyed 165,000 people between April 2011 and March 2012
    14. 14. HIP Victoria BC, Canada HappinessIndexPartnership NGO & City Team
    15. 15. “de-Bhutanized” GNH scores for Victoria BC
    16. 16. Community Meetings to discuss results, explore local challenges, identify assets and generate neighborhood focuses assets
    17. 17. France Government Report & Record
    18. 18. Past President Sarkozy commissioned Joseph Stiglitz and Amartya Sen “Report by the Commission on the measurement of economic performance and social progress” Report finds GDP an adequate measure of well-being in part because it does not account for inequality. The French National Statistics office included a chapter on how to measure wellbeing.
    19. 19. French Government measures unhappiness - people who are dissatisfied- people who think they are unhappy - people who are missing out on happiness - people for feel excluded from happiness -1 in 5 suffered poverty at some point
    20. 20. China City happiness index
    21. 21. Pingdingshan City The "Happiness Index” with 16 indicators compiled by City Statistics Bureau include: Disposable residential income Science Education Culture Health Sports
    22. 22. State of Maryland USA Used by policy makers to determine priorities and see how sustainability and long term prosperity change over time.
    23. 23. Superseding GDP with Objective indicators
    24. 24. State of Vermont USA GPI +
    25. 25. the plus part
    26. 26. What…is a happiness measure?
    27. 27. OECD’s Guidelines on Measuring Subjective Well- being which documents the validity and the status of happiness measurements.
    28. 28. Who…is who in the happiness movement ?
    29. 29. British Economist Inspiration for UK Government Founder of Actions for Happiness Richard Layard
    30. 30. Martin Seligman Father of Positive Psychology U of Penn Authentic Happiness
    31. 31. Dr. Happiness – Psychologist Advisor to Gallup Researcher Ed Diener
    32. 32. Economist Columbia U Earth Institute World Happiness Report UN’s MDG Goals Jeffrey Sacks
    33. 33. Economist at University BC Canada’s National Stats Council John Helliwell
    34. 34. How…is happiness measured?
    35. 35. Happiness Indicator Comparison Grid
    36. 36. What: Government of Bhuran Where: Bhutan Scale: City and Regions Frequency: About Every 2 years Entity: Government Access: grossnationalhappiness.com
    37. 37. The Happiness Initiative/Happy Counts Gross National Happiness Index What: The Happiness Initiative Where: USA and other areas Scale: scalable from nation to community Frequency: ongoing Entity: NGO Access: happycounts.org
    38. 38. What: Gallup Healthways Poll and Wellbeing Index Where: USA Scale: National to City or Region Frequency: Daily surveys, annual public reports Entity: Business Access: well-beingindex.com
    39. 39. Gallup World Poll What: Gallup World Poll Where: International Scale: National Frequency: Periodic survey, annual public reports Entity: Business Access: gallup.com/strategicconsulting/en- us/worldpoll.aspx
    40. 40. *additional areas * *
    41. 41. U Penn Center for Positive Psychology – Authentic Happiness What: Authentic Happiness Center Where: University of Pennsylvania Scale: Individual Frequency: Studies released in journals, etc. Entity: Academic Access: authentichappiness.sas.upenn.edu/ Default.aspx
    42. 42. What: OECD Better Life Index Where: International Scale: Nation Frequency: Annual Entity: NGO Access: oecdbetterlifeindex.org
    43. 43. What: nef Happy Planet Index Where: International Scale: National Frequency: Annual Entity: NGO Access: happyplanetindex.org
    44. 44. What: European Social Survey Where: Europe Scale: National, some regions Frequency: Annual Entity: Academic Access: ess.nsd.uib.no/
    45. 45. What: UK Office of Stats Where: Great Britain Scale: Nation Frequency: Annual Entity: Government Access: ons.gov.uk/ons/interactive/well-being-wheel- of-measures/index.html
    46. 46. What: Canadian Index of Wellbeing Where: Canada Scale: National, limited to provincial levels Frequency: Annually Entity: NGO Access: uwaterloo.ca/canadian-index-wellbeing/
    47. 47. World Values Survey What: World Values Survey Where: The Globe Scale: Nations Frequency: Annually or longer intervals Entity: NGO Access: worldvaluessurvey.org
    48. 48. What: Australian Unity Wellbeing Index Where: Australia Scale: National Frequency: 2 times a year, 2,000 people Entity: For-profit and university partnership Access: www.deakin.edu.au/research/acqol/au wbi/survey-reports/index.php
    49. 49. The Happiness Movement: parting thought
    50. 50. Why…measure happiness?
    51. 51. The Hook: With others or alone, depending on how you think best, take the position of a top advertising executive. Your job is to “sell” Gross National Happiness. Your performance will be evaluated based on 3 factors: 1) the number of people to take the GNH Index survey, 2) the quality and amount of press you gain and 3) buy-in from local politicians and community leaders. Identify up to 3 “hooks” (e.g. emotional appeal that attracts, appeals to your audiences’ self-image and affirms you provide what they want) to attract and retain the attention of your audience. Hooks include clever phrases, catchy jingles, unforgettable image…
    52. 52. Additional Resources Two Important Online Resources The World Happiness Report - John Helliwell, Jeffrey Sachs and Robert Layard Guidelines on Measuring Subjective Well-being by OECD Subjective Indicators of Wellbeing Bhutan’s Gross National Happiness report and policy tool UK Happiness Index 2012 (the Happiness Wheel and see a report issued 2012) European Social Survey Gallup World Poll Gallup Healthways Poll by State in USA Authentic Happiness - Martin Seligman at University of Pennsylvania World Values Survey World Health Organization Quality of Life Detroit Area Study - Assessing Community Quality of Life General Social Survey Centre for Economic Performance Recommendations for Measuring Subjective Well-Being Bristols’ Happy City Index (in development) Santa Monica’s Local Wellbeing Index Project (in development) Brazil – Susan Andrews Somerville, MA Wellbeing Project Australian Unity Well-Being Index – the reports (a for-profit working with a university) A Few Objective Indicators of Wellbeing and Happiness OECD Better Life Index Maryland Genuine Progress Indicator Canadian Index of Wellbeing Social Progress Index Happy Planet Index And a meta list: Communities Indicators Consortium
    53. 53. This work is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial- ShareAlike 4.0 International License. You may use, adapt and copy all material here as long as you: - Give attribution to The Happiness Initiative and those attributed in this work -Do not use for commercial purposes - Share your work To view a copy of this license, visit http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/4.0/.

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