The emotion of joy is defined as ‘a feeling of great pleasure and happiness’.
When was the last time you felt delighted to be starting your working day or blissfully happy about cracking on with a new project?
Richard Sheridan’s book, Chief Joy Officer (How great leaders elevate human energy and eliminate fear) describes how leaders can cultivate an environment where optimism and joy can thrive.
And with so many organisations reshaping their ways of working, we have an opportunity to introduce principles and processes that lead to happy people and joyful teams.
If you’re a leader there are some effective things you can do to generate joy by embracing a model in which people have a real sense of purpose, take responsibility, learn from each other, continually improve and enjoy what they do.
Our latest infographic explores how…