If you don’t ask you don’t get, but it’s how you go about it that makes the difference. In this podcast you’ll learn how to become happier at work through better conversations.
Wellbeing and self-care can feel like buzzwords at the moment, but it’s really important to look after our wellbeing - especially at work where we don’t always have control of what will happen in a working week. Looking after our body and our minds gives us a strong foundation to operate from. In this podcast, you’ll enjoy some practical advice and tips, as well as real-life stories on how to do this in a realistic and consistent way.
It’s amazing what a difference 15 minutes can make to your work day. If you structure that time, it can make a world of difference to your mood, your feeling of resilience and your stress levels. Anna and Emma, part of the team behind Work-Happy share their stories, advice and tips on how to make the most of 15 minutes.
This is for anyone who feels like they don't have any control over how they are feeling about something at work. We are Anna and Emma, part of the team behind Work-Happy and in this informal chat, you will learn that you have more control than you think and how to go about owning and making changes to your work life. Life is too short to be unhappy.
We are Anna and Emma and we are part of the team behind Work-Happy. Listen to our informal chat about work, the important of happiness at work, what it looks like and how it feels as well as our own stories, advice and tips. We firmly believe that life is too short to be unhappy at work so listen in.
Wellbeing. That great big topic which is so ‘now’ and so vital. Acknowledged by many of us as individuals, as employees and employers but what is it really?
If we plan 15 minutes into our day and structure its purpose, we can get so much from it -particularly at work.
If you work in a big organisation, you may feel like you have no control, no impact. How to overcome small cog in a big wheel syndrome
Be happy. Now there’s a big beast – happiness. We all know that happiness counts.