A Good Day at Work

A Good Day at Work

Motivation & Engagement
30 minutes

We'll hold a discussion around the question: What does "a good day at work" look like to you? What would you like to achieve, how would you like to feel? What gets in the way? This goes for face-to-face and remote work - we can design an approach that works equally effectively in and out of the office.


This exercise helps participants identify the factors that influence an effective workplace environment, and how to manage their own workload, energy and priorities to achieve the best results.
In Detail

A survey found that a lot of people suffer 60 terrible, horrible, no good, very bad days a year (about 2 months worth). The various reasons were: work-related stress, lack of sleep, financial difficulties, illness and a favourite sports team losing.

No wonder why so many people don’t want to get out of bed in the morning. We just want to hibernate and forget all our troubles but regrettably skipping work and sleeping in won’t pay the bills or put food on the table. It will only get you an empty bank account and depression – none of which are good for your career growth & development.

Is having a bad day at work unavoidable? Even if you have a strenuous job or a very rude boss, it is the little things that you can adopt that can ensure every day is a good day, from standing straight to feeling gratitude. It really is up to you to have the best day possible!

Rather than grumbling and waiting for something to happen, you need to be proactive and take charge.

Here's a quote from an old jazz classic that may help to remember:

But when you’re cryin', you bring on the rain

So stop that sighin', be happy again

Keep on smilin', 'cause when you're smilin'

The whole world smiles with you

What do you do to have a great workday?


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