Are Happy People More Productive at Work?

Happy people make more money, have more fun, and better health. And happy workplaces are better too.

Jim Collins, the author of Good to Great explained “the people we interviewed from the good-to-great companies clearly loved what they did largely because they loved who they did it with.” They found that the more team members were encouraged to socialise and interact face-to-face, the more energized they felt, the more energy they had, and the longer they stayed focused on a task.

Happy People Make More Money

Happy People Make More Money

 

And, just to push home the point, a recent Guardian article reported that “people who are happier at work are more productive – they are more engaged, more creative, and have better concentration. The difference in productivity between happy and unhappy people at work can range between 10-50%. That’s 10% for non-complex repetitive tasks, or up to 40-50% in service and creative industries.” And that’s an awful lot in terms of business revenue.

So there you go, financially it’s actually worth making the effort to become happier, in yourself and your business. There are some simple tactics to achieve this and I’ll talk about t more in my next blog.

Have a fantastic week

By Alan Adams

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About 

As an award-winning business coach and bestselling author, Alan S Adams has helped hundreds of businesses across the UK to move from simply surviving to positively thriving. The publication of his second book Passion To Profit: 7 Steps To Building A Kick-Ass Agency and his third book, The Beautiful Business: Secrets to Sculpting Your Ultimate Clinic, sees him focus very specifically on creative agencies and aesthetic clinic sector, sharing advice and guidance with the potential to revolutionise turnover, client retention and overall growth. Alan was also recognised by Enterprise Nation as one of the UK’s Top 50 Advisors and APCTC Coach of The Year Finalist.

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