The single greatest advantage in the modern economy is a happy and engaged workforce. However, Gallup’s global-workplace report (2013) revealed that only 13% of employees are ‘actively engaged’ at work. The vast majority of employees (63% worldwide and 76% in Singapore) are ‘not engaged’ and not emotionally connected to their workplace and are thus less likely to invest in organizational goals or outcomes. Both Agility and Engagement are a function of employee happiness. Companies therefore need ‘Happiness Bootcamp’.
Participants will be able to
- Develop a more positive attitude to enhance performance and achieve higher productivity for the individual as well as teams
- Be more resilient and able to bounce back from setbacks. Respond faster to change to seize more opportunities, improve revenue and efficiency for the organization and be agile in solving problems
- Become positive leaders to achieve higher engagement with their teams and co-workers and lower human resource attrition and costs
- Create a ripple effect of positivity in their organizations to compound the performance of the organization towards higher productivity, less turnover and a more resilient culture
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