Your score is 94 out of 100, suggesting that you are experiencing a great deal of happiness at work.
The total number of users who have answered this quiz is 29582, averaging a score of 71.3 out of 100.
This means that you likely feel that your work matters to you and your organization; you feel deeply energized and engaged by your work activities; you are able to recover and learn from setbacks, failures, and challenges at work; and you are able to form supportive and productive social connections at work.
Still, even in work environments where happiness is high, there are often ways to improve. Here are some research-based suggestions:
- Pursue work that is meaningful to you. Explore opportunities that align with your values and make an important contribution to you, the organization, or something greater. Seek out work experiences where you can learn and grow.
- Get in the flow. When you are genuinely engaged in your work, you’ll experience a positive and fulfilling state of mind—what researchers call “flow.” Your enthusiasm and energy will not only enhance your productivity but also help you to persist when challenges at work inevitably arise.
- Take breaks when you need them. Giving yourself time to disconnect from work-related activities will help restore your energy to gracefully handle adversity at work. Your ability to recover and learn from setbacks, failures, and conflict at work will make you stronger over time.
- Don’t be afraid to ask for help. Treat your colleagues with respect, dignity, and civility. Express compassion when they are struggling, and gratitude when they lend you a helping hand.
If you’re in a leadership position, try these ideas within your organization:
- Share your ideas with the team. People feel a greater sense of purpose toward their work when they understand what’s motivating it. Be transparent with employees about decisions and share your greater vision with the group.
- Recognize people for their efforts. Foster an inclusive environment where people feel appreciated and accountable for their work. It is not only important to celebrate large accomplishments but also to thank people for hard work they put in every day.
- Foster social connections. When coworkers are able to get to know one another, the whole team benefits. Not everyone will become friends, but creating opportunities to form strong social bonds among colleagues can greatly increase workplace happiness.
For more insight into happiness at work, check out “Three Keys to Happiness at Work,” by Greater Good’s Jill Suttie, or register for the GGSC’s Science of Happiness at Work online courses in the Professional Certificate Program on edX.org.
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