Are you ready for an employee culture that is both Happy and Profitable?

Profitable Happiness: The 5 Hidden Habits of High Performance at Work

If your organization has struggled to achieve goals; if you are a leader that hopes to motivate a team; or if you have ever wondered why it seems so hard to build a profitable business alongside a culture of happy employees, you are in the right place. The time is now to awaken the latent power of habits within us all. More than ever, in today's business landscape, we have the science-backed tools to leverage Profitable Happiness and build cultures of high performance at work.

What Is Profitable Happiness™?

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Science tells us that there are actually two different types of happiness. Despite the well-researched good news about the advantages of workplace happiness, most organizations still don’t leverage it fully, in part because they equate the word ‘happiness’ to one of those two types—hedonic happiness—which is more about having fun or pursuing pleasurable experiences. 

At Profitable Happiness, our work has been focused on helping companies take happiness seriously by measuring and leveraging the other type—Eudaimonic Happiness—which is related to an array of positive emotions such as enthusiasm, engagement, interest, flow, curiosity and so on, all of which create the focus on business profitability that companies seek.

"Profitable Happiness exists when a company's culture supports the alignment of intrinsic employee happiness and motivation with the business of creating profitable results." — Dr. Pelè

IS your company ready for high performance?

Without a doubt, happiness is serious business. The future of work will integrate workplace happiness more holistically, especially since extrinsic motivators like salary have been shown to be less effective and fulfilling in the long term than intrinsic motivators such as happiness.

The question for leaders everywhere is this: since there is irrefutable evidence that workplace happiness can lead to significant, positive business results, will they take advantage of this inherent business lever for their organizations today, or will they sit back and watch as the competition goes first?

"As a CEO, my number one job is not about the customer, product or service, it’s about our employees’ happiness. If I can make our employees happy, together we can make our customers happy."  — Eric Yuan, CEO of Zoom

Hi, I'm dr. Pelè

... and i know exactly how you feel because i've been there

Our world is full of far too many people who go to work every day, yet they hate what they do. The result of all this unhappiness is a global lack of engagement at work, low morale, poor wellbeing, high stress, and low business performance.

I have therefore made it my mission to find a path directly from employee happiness to business profitability.

Fortunately, there is ample science, research, and evidence in the world of business that this path is possible. Hence, I focus on how companies can leverage the wellbeing of their greatest asset—people—to create the business success they seek. 

"My mission is to change the world by helping organizations leverage habits of profitable happiness to build cultures of high performance." — Dr. Pelè

Tune In...

How do leaders and their companies achieve high performance and profitable cultures by encouraging employee happiness? 

This is the core question and the Profitable Happiness podcast has the answers.

Each week, I interview leaders and companies that have leveraged employee happiness to build business profitability. I talk with them about what they did, what they learned, and what they can teach to help others on their own journeys toward profitable happiness.

Dr. Pele's style is so enjoyable, you won't even know you're learning!

Dr. Marshall GoldSmith