Emma Seppälä regularly speaks and consults on the psychology of happiness, well-being and social connection in organizations.
Did you know that low levels of well-being have been linked to lower employee engagement and loyalty, higher turnover, higher stress and anxiety, compromised health, higher healthcare and turnover costs, and a compromised culture and climate? An unhappy workplace ends up with expenditures up to 46 percent greater. On the other hand, organizations that have higher levels of well-being also incur higher profit as well as employee loyalty and performance.
Organizations she has worked with include:
“Many people are changed for the better by being exposed to you and your work.”
- Marita Wesely, Trends Expert, Hallmark Cards
Managers often mistakenly think that putting pressure on employees will increase performance. However, research shows that a compassionate workplace is better for the bottom line.