What makes employees happy?
The most probable answers would range from money, power, success, etc. to meaning, self actualisation, fulfilment etc., but they are really all results of a combination of the realities that make up the ‘quality of working life’! The greatest impact on employee ‘happiness’ is leadership. Leaders create, maintain, change, build, destroy, improve, envision, plan and communicate, etc. the ‘culture’ within which employees can make themselves happy – happiness comes from within!
We have identified a bouquet of leadership actions that will contribute to culture of the organisation, thus the employees savouring their working life. These are subliminal, less obvious, collectively contributive and measurable components of an individual’s working life that set the foundation for them to be happy!
Happiness leads to great service, productivity, growth, engagement, quality - all the metrics of people performance!
Based on our work with organisations. over the past 3 decades and exposure to best (and worst!) practice, we have developed an integrated, practical tool for organisations large and small to explore, select and entrench 40 definite, logical and ‘do-able’ leadership and follower-ship dimensions that will craft a culture and environment that will promote organisational happiness!
Based on the application of the guide, we provide a detailed report of the current status and recommendations on actions to drive continuous improvement!
4 uses of the happiness audit
Culture, engagement, satisfaction audit
Leadership performance assessment
World class, continuous improvement audit
Coaching & mentoring guide for leaders
The audit consists of a number of integrated tools and can be completed by teams or individuals at all levels and in all disciplines.
Based on the results of the audit, you will be provided with a leadership guide to help assist you to identify the strengths and weaknesses of your organisation or team.
employee happiness audit
There are 9 leadership styles that influence and are foundational to the culture of the organisation.
In the report, the 40 dimensions of happiness will be categorised in these 9 leadership styles to help you to identify areas of leadership areas to exploit or improve.
Process that precedes what we say and do
The behaviours you demonstrate when working individual or in teams
Striving to do what is morally and legally right
Results of value adding productive efforts
Continously improving knowledge and skills
Effective interactive transactions with teams and individuals
Creating environment to drive obligation, accountability and ownership
Exceeding the expectations of your internal and external customers
Always looking for better ways
For over 30 years, GFL has been developing leaders across various industries through facilitated workshops. The Employee Happiness Audit highlights areas for leaders to exploit their strengths and help to address weaknesses.
GFL develops current and future leaders through facilitated workshops providing best practice content and context around the
9 leaderships styles for the growth and development of the individual and organisation.
WHAT MAKES YOUR