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The Power of a Smile

The Power of a Smile

An article by Edit Value Science states the one smile is all it takes to improve your mood, energy, and overall health. According to the study “Managing Stress: Principles and Strategies for Health and Well-Being”, led by Luke Seward, smiling causes a rise in...

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On our journey to teal…?

On our journey to teal…?

by Globalnet - Photo by Meriç Dağlı on Unsplash The greatest danger in times of turbulence is not the turbulence― It is to act with yesterday’s logic. Peter Drucker In this project we try to search for hapiness and hapiness at work but time is difficult and uncertain...

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Back to the new normal?

Back to the new normal?

An article by Inova How flexibility in the workplace after COVID-19 can be a positive move! Whether you are a key worker, on furlough or working from home, COVID-19 has changed our personal and working lives. In these unprecedented and unpredictable times the United...

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Is happiness at work a goal to be pursued?

Is happiness at work a goal to be pursued?

by Goele Vanhelmont of Obelisk “But there is a crack in everything, because this is the realm of the crack, the realm of failure, the realm of death, and unless we affirm failure and death, we’re going to be very unhappy.” Leonard Cohen on Leonard Cohen, 1993 As a...

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5 Ways to Identify Your Personal Strengths at Work

5 Ways to Identify Your Personal Strengths at Work

Written by Materahub - Photo by Brooke Cagle Workplace strengths are often defined in terms of competencies like teamwork, problem-solving, or leadership, but self-knowledge should not be overlooked. Self-knowledge is a powerful tool that can help you apply your...

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Happiness and optimism

Happiness and optimism

by Globalnet Photo by Lidya Nada on Unsplash We all know that optimism influence our health and wellbeing and that learnt helplessness and pessimistic way of explaining weaken our immune system. Moreover, many reasearch conducted during last years confirm that fact....

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It’s the intrinsic goals that really matter

It’s the intrinsic goals that really matter

by Liesbeth Vanhelmont - Obelisk Working as part of the Happiness@work project has put me in a position to read more, to know more and to deepen myself in this interesting and relevant theme. During my further reading, I came across a key note from Richard M. Ryan...

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Engagement, nature and happiness

Engagement, nature and happiness

Photo by Marc on www.unsplash.com. The benefits of nature are well documented, whether it is the physical benefits of engaging with natural environments, such as reduced stress, lower blood pressure or  lower heart rate, or the benefits of improved mental health....

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Maintaining Happiness at Work during Covid-19 times

Maintaining Happiness at Work during Covid-19 times

Quarantine, self-isolation and social-distancing have become trend topics since COVID-19 crisis. Also, fear, uncertainty, anxiety, lack of communication and physical presence, none of which are good ingredients for healthy “Happiness at Work” which means that your...

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Smart working: 4 tips on working remotely

Smart working: 4 tips on working remotely

Photo by Kristin Wilson on Unsplash The COVID-19 emergency has led many companies to recommend that employees work from home. Working remotely is a new reality for many companies and employees so they need to get used to it. Here there are four useful tips to keep...

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