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The Importance of Measuring Your Company's Emotional Culture


In this Jam Session, learn what makes up a company's emotional culture and why it's important that employers pay attention to it.

Tue, Feb 2, 2016 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM EST

Recent research has shown that the concept of happiness can be quantified, both in our personal lives and at the workplace. Studies indicate that $75,000 is the magic number for the salary that makes us happy. Making more money will not increase our levels of happiness but making less than that amount may effect our well-being.

There are also other factors that may influence our happiness at work including recognition, optimism, and autonomy. We'll be able to explore some of these characteristics and how using data can help us bring them to light. You'll learn:

  • Why measuring emotional culture is important for the workplace
  • How we can measure factors associated with happiness
  • What you should do with the information once the data has been gathered

Nana Dooreck is the founder of Rubicore, which creates customized frameworks that help companies reach the desired result: happy, productive people. After learning that we spend about one-third of our lives at work, Nana made it her mission to help companies achieve employee satisfaction and engagement.

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CEO at Ellevate Network

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