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Lars Kure Juul on how to hit the happiness sweet spot

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Lars Kure Juul on how to hit the happiness sweet spot

In this episode of People at Work, Lars Kure Juul explains how to develop organizational happiness.

What if your people were your competitive advantage? In this episode of People at Work, Lars Kure Juul helps us imagine what this might look like. It starts by viewing people in an organization differently and creating meaning and connection in the workplace. When you have clear purpose, known strengths, and demonstrated compassion for each of your people, you can hit the “happiness sweet spot”. 

That sounds like a good thing for every employee and your organization. But there’s a key requirement: your leaders must first understand themselves. Then, it’s about knowing the unique traits of every person on the team. Lars thinks about these capabilities as individual superpowers, and he believes you can’t get to your sweet spot without them.

If you’re looking for practical advice on how to take your business to the next level by connecting and caring for your people, this conversation is worth your time. You may even discover your own superpower in the process!

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“As a leader you need to know your superpower, and you need to know the superpowers of your team members. That’s key to the happiness sweet spot.”

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Lars Kure Juul

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Lars is an experienced international trusted advisor and author; his book Organizational Happiness is a #1 bestseller on Amazon. When he’s not writing, advising, or speaking he swims in the ocean as often as he can.

www.TheHappinessSweetSpot.com

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