Happiness and laughter in the workplace

Research into Wellbeing At Work

“Ever been in a state of “flow”?

You might not have heard of it but I can guarantee you will have experienced it.  Flow can best be described as the moments in life where your skills are perfectly matched to your challenges, concentration is so intense that you have nothing left to focus on irrelevant problems or everyday worries.  You are completely involved in what you are doing, your “self” disappears and you often lose track of time.

We get it when we’re delivering training or seminars or a key-note speech.  What about you?

Flow  activities are  so rewarding that they are an end in themselves  – something you carry out for its own sake. Flow is an important new construct to psychology and emerging research is showing that flow experiences in your daily life are central to your ‘true’  happiness.

At Workplace Wellbeing we are always encouraging research to help make your work experience better so would you like to be involved in some research?

Simply complete the  online questionnaire (no more than 30mins) found at https://www.psychdata.com/s.asp?SID=136941 (if  link doesn’t work, please copy and paste into your browser). There is a chance to WIN movie tickets for your participation. No identifying information is collected.  Participating in this research may lead you to a more fulfilling life as it prompts you to think about the positive aspects of work that most people are unfamiliar with or don’t stop to think about. And of course your contribution could help others and make for more enjoyable workplaces in the future.

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