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(AUDIO) How Can I Create a Happy Workplace Environment?
It’s easy to underestimate and not think too much of it, but creating a happy workplace can benefit your business greatly on so many different levels. There’s a huge amount of research to prove that a happy workplace is a productive, healthy and profitable workplace. Who doesn’t want a financially successful business where you, your staff and your customers are all thriving? In this episode, Bree and Andrew discuss the many advantages you can reap from a happier business environment, and it starts with you, the leader. Have a listen to learn tips on what you can do to cultivate a culture of positivity and success in your business.
The featured guest this episode, Andrea Tunjic, the founder of People Strong & the Work Happy Movement, shares her insight from her 20+ year career on why some people are more fulfilled at work while others feel the best part of the job is taking a sickie. She discusses how to influence people to change how they feel about work for the better.
Plus, Bree and Andrew also get into today…
- The concept of a happy workplace
- Why it’s important, as a business owner, to be happy
- How a happy workplace can benefit a business’s productivity and profitability
- The danger of unhappy staff members negatively impacting the business
- Setting the tone for a positive environment and workplace culture
- Reasons why a workplace may be miserable
- The best thing you can do to make sure an individual employee is happy
- A simple question you can ask to create a happier workplace
- How we feel about work affects every part of our lives
- Removing frustrations that disable people from being happy
- Cultivating a hopeful sense of the future for individuals and the business
- 5 tips to create a happy workplace
- A few amazingly wacky business ideas from around the world
- Office of Industrial Relations
- CCIQ, the show’s sponsors
- Bree James Pakmag
- Bree James LinkedIn
- Andrew Griffiths Website
- Amplify Website
- Andrea Tunjic’s Website
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