Infographic to get support from the board

You as an (HR) manager or team leader must be already convinced: happy employees will have a significant positive impact on the atmosphere and performance in your teams and organization. But you still need some backing from the board or MT to get funding and support on all levels… The best way to gain support for your Employee Happiness strategy is different in every organization. It depends on culture, structure and personalities. So how can you get the topic on the strategic agenda of the board (and in their budgets)?

At 2DAYSMOOD we believe that the right data can always make a substantial contribution to your ideas, no matter which unique approach you choose. Organizations that use our realtime measuring method often use their 2DAYSMOOD data (successfully) as evidence to implement or adjust HR plans! That is why we recommend to use SMARTER goals for Happy Employees, so that you can make your own plan data-driven. This infographic will help you opmitze your plans and convince your internal stakeholders!

“Have you applied the SMARTER method to your plans, but the support (at all desired levels) is lagging behind? Then just start! Experiment, ask a few front runners in the organization to join you, or grab some ‘quick wins’ which you can use to prove that employee happiness works. In this way you can demonstrate that starting small also helps and that not every plan costs money. Success follows success.”

– Robin van der Meulen, Strategic Happiness Expert, 2DAYSMOOD

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