Improving happiness as a team

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Tips for Managers: Discussing happiness each week

How to help your team open up about their feelings, and not go into “fixing” mode.

The Presentation view

The Presentation view in Friday has been designed to help guide you through discussing your weekly results as a team.

Traps to avoid when talking about happiness

There’s no “right” way to approach your Friday results, but there are a few traps people can fall in to when trying to discuss their scores.

Tips for expressing frustrations in conversation

It can be difficult to express a frustration. We worry it will come out wrong, or be interpreted incorrectly.

Tips for discussing frustrations as a team

The process for working through frustrations as a team.

Dealing with unexpected and persistent frustrations

How to anticipate and accept what cannot be changed.

An active listening guide

Active listening is a key component of successful conversations.

Ground rules for good conversations

Really get the most out of your Friday results discussion by agreeing some ground rules.

Top tips for successful conversations

Some points to think about or put in place to have the best happiness conversations.

Top Tips to help you and your team stay sane during the current crisis – part 2

Positive actions you can take each day based on The Five Ways to Wellbeing framework. (Part 2)

Top Tips to help you and your team stay sane during the current crisis - part 1

Positive actions you can take each day based on The Five Ways to Wellbeing framework. (Part 1)

Top tips for leading with happiness

Leading with happiness can be very powerful. Here are our tips.

Top tips to maintaining your core relationships at work

The positive daily actions derived from our Five Ways to Happiness at Work framework can help ensure you and your team continue to work well together in the weeks ahead.

Top Tips to help you and your team stay sane during the current crisis – part 3

Positive actions you can take each day based on The Five Ways to Wellbeing framework. (Part 3)