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  • How Typeform uses Bonusly and Merit Money for motivation

    How do you scale your company culture right along with your business model? This is a common quandary for culture-minded startups everywhere. The best way to learn, of course, is through experimentation and shared experiences. Typeform—the startup that’s making forms (yes, yawn, ...

    Tags: How To Motivate Employees, Management 3.0, employee engagement, employee recognition, happiness at work, job satistfaction, merit money, peer-to-peer recognition, typeform

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  • The most important work meeting? A High Level Meeting with yourself

    When asked about the secret to his success Albert Einstein was quoted as saying: “Although I have a regular work schedule, I take time to go for long walks on the beach so that I can listen to what is going on inside my head. If my work isn’t going well, I lie down in […]Origin...

    Tags: Work Life Balance Tips, american happiness association, happiness at work, high level meeting, mindfulness, work life balance tips, wunderlist

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  • How to ‘give’ a Happy Melly membership

    We all know people who hate their jobs. And we all know people who would love to say ‘I love my job!’ We want job satisfaction for our friends because not only does it make them happier, maybe they’ll become more positive influences in our lives. There’s no doubt that both...

    Tags: About Happy Melly, How to be happy at work, happiness at work, job satisfaction

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  • Scaling happiness by defining, emoting and creating happiness engines

    Roughly eight years ago, I stood in my basement office afraid to sit so I didn’t fall asleep. It was the third day managing a project cutover that was meant to be completed in two days—a critical series of technical issues had us stuck at 50 percent complete and well past the release ...

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  • Are you living a purposeful life?

    Our founder Jurgen Appelo is kicking off Happy Melly’s Weekly Happiness Challenge. Each week we are going to offer a topic and a challenge, of course all dedicated to happiness at work. With that challenge will come a thought leadership blogpost, loads of related content shared on our socia...

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  • Eight ways to add value when communicating

    A few months ago I watched the documentary, The Making of a Murderer. For those who haven’t seen it – and I highly recommend you do – I won’t spoil the gut-wrenching plot. I’ll just say that it’s an extremely emotive true story about a family that is dealt one ...

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  • Want happiness at work? Lead life with gratitude

    As part of our Weekly Happiness Challenge, we’re sometimes going to be focusing on one of the 12 Ways to Be Happy. This week we’re focusing on the gift that everyone likes to receive but we often forget to give, the first step of Thank. Thank someone and be appreciative toward yo...

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  • Will a job in management make you happy?

    Job satisfaction is so important when it comes to happiness at work. Some people, such as myself, are happiest in a worker bee position – happy to be part of the team and to do their part. Others, however, want a little bit more and this often means that they want to move up the […] ...

    Tags: About Happy Melly, Employee Engagement Exercises, Entrepreneurial Skills & Small Business Resources, How to Increase Productivity, Leadership, Motivational, change, communication, great managers, happiness at work, job satisfaction, management, millennial, transparent, work-life balance

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  • Agile Career Reinvention: A New Paradigm for Happiness?

    The story starts with the end of 17 years in a command-and-control, all or nothing work situation.  Let’s call it a rather dark shade of Amber. Giving 100% of myself, to build something ultimately owned and controlled by someone else… and then ending up with nothing at all. &nbs...

    Tags: #WhentoJump, Agile and lean principles, How to be happy at work, career change, career development, choosing happiness, happiness at work

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  • Which came first, the respect or the desired outcome?

    Recently I was in a car driving down the eastern coast of England with my Uncle David. It was a long ride through the winding country roads typical of Suffolk. We had a series of conversations about life, including his time as a touring trumpet player with various bands around Europe. His cr...

    Tags: Agile and lean principles, Weekly Happiness Challenge, Agile management, agile software development, Agile thinking, happiness at work, Ken Schwaber, lean change management, lean development, organizational culture, respect

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