'f you're ready to create a culture of engagement and connectedness at your company, this is one to read.' – Jenn Lim, CEO and Chief Happiness Officer at Delivering Happiness
People who feel happy at work are keen to learn, creative, productive, self-confident and equipped to deal with changes and stress. Flourishing at work doesn’t just make things more pleasant. It’s good for you, your colleagues and your company.
The authors invite you to use the happiness compass to determine which steps to take to feel better about your work. Self-tests give you insight into what is important for you personally. Using set exercises you practice realizing your wishes and dreams. This enables you to gain something in your current work place or take your new ideas with you to your next work place. Happiness at work is based on scientific evidence, it is realistic and written with enthusiasm and optimism.
This is a book that inspires you to make real and meaningful changes in your work life with the help of the triple-P approach. It offers the Personal story of an enduring quest to find happiness at work and it gives Practical advice based on ideas that have Proven themselves in scientific studies.
`A step-by-step guide that will help you to use your strengths, values and personality traits` - Val Kinjerski, Ph.D., author of Rethinking Your Work: Getting to the Heart of What Matters
In this book the practical experience of both coaching happiness and researching happiness have come together. Onno Hamburger is the most well-known happiness coach in the Netherlands. He works as the senior trainer and happiness coach with Van Harte & Lingsma. Ad Bergsma, psychologist, scientific journalist and happiness researcher, conducted his Ph.D. on happiness at Erasmus University in 2011.
1 De uitgangspunten van Biografisch Management
2 Biografisch Management in de praktijk
3 De familiestamboom uitwerken
4 De levenslijn uitzetten
5 Het biografisch profiel doorgronden
6 Coachgesprekken vormgeven
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