You know those little things that make your day shine and are not really connected to you in any way? A colleague's attitude, the way your workspace is organized or random surprises that your colleagues treat
Although we hate it when we just finished a task and another one crept into our list, with a close deadline, there is one thing we hate even more. And that is monotony, one of
There have always been generation gaps in the workplace. Yet businesses seem to be more and more concerned about gen Y entering the labor market and changing the rules of the game. The biggest challenge
One of the easiest ways to become happy is to practice it every day. That's why we designed this quick guide to happiness at work. If you follow some simple steps to monitor and improve your
One of the key processes in managing a team is also one of the most sensitive discussion topics. It’s the process that can help you achieve 150% of your goals or it can also cost
Today's article is sparked by Seth Godin's latest article on airports (well, not exactly airports) that ends with a rather sad conclusion: No one is having any fun. Most people who work at airports have
All managers keep track of profitability, revenue and customer complaints. But when building up their strategy how many of them make employee happiness at the workplace a significant priority? Not many. This is surprising seeing how every
First of all let's get something straight. It's important to be happy! This is not just philosophical mambo jumbo, or some commercial for anti-depressants. I am not endorsing, nor do I hold stock in, the Big Pharma.