Happiness at work: We can all make a difference

There is a growing army of people trying to change the way we work, and the message is getting louder.
If more of us concentrate on improving our working lives instead of moaning about them, then companies will change.

“Be the change you want to see in the world” – Mahatma Gandhi

Today I am recommending the Happy at Work Manifesto by Alexander Kjerulf http://www.changethis.com/36.04.HappyatWork

It contains 25 points on how you can change your work life to make it happier. I agree with all of them.
One of my favourites is

21: Happiness at work ain’t rocket science.
The things that are necessary to make me happy at work are really simple and can easily be brought into almost any workplace. Recognition. A positive attitude. Learning and growing. Sharing decisions. Openness.

You can also check out Alexander’s blog at http://positivesharing.com/ 

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One Response to “Happiness at work: We can all make a difference”

  1. segan123 Says:

    I agree. Good stuff here.
    People need to quit bellyaching about stuff and just do something about it already!

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