“The purpose of our life is to be happy.” – Dalai Lama
Being happy sounds fluffy to you? It won’t if you know that the World Economic Forum stated that “happier workers do a better job”
As being a great place to work we believe that making people aware, investing and making them act upon their road to happiness is key in the organizations’ road towards achieving results and success (and not vice versa). We believe that making people aware of this dependence is both a responsibility of the organization and the individual/employee.
During this webinar, ORMIT’s Head of Talent Development Bert Bleyen will focus on 1 element, Coping Skills: happiness is not only about positive feelings and joy and laughter, but also about dealing with setbacks and disappointments in your life.
Whether you’ve been dumped by your date or you’ve had a rough day at the office, having healthy coping skills can be key to getting through tough times. During quarantine, people feel stressed, confused, angry … Now more than ever, it can feel like a challenge to “be/feel happy”.