Exploring Happiness And Performance At Work

Kern, Charles D.; Ko, Kenneth
September 2009
Leadership & Organizational Management Journal;2009, Vol. 2009 Issue 3, p1
Academic Journal
The article focuses on the effectiveness of a consultation approach used to measure happiness and performance in a workplace. It mentions that the methods used include the leadership driven system implemented in the company. It states that the leadership driven system was implemented to improve happiness and performance in a company within four-billion dollar global corporation. It outlines the organizational outcome measures including profitability, sales, customer service, employee performance ratings, and employee happiness survey.


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