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For: IDA Topic: Strategic Happiness

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Strategic happiness

If you are happy - no matter what the reason might be, you are more;

If I work harder, then Ill be happier. If happiness is on the opposite site of success, your brain never gets there... we´ve pushed happiness over the cognitive horizon as a society.
Shawn Achor, 2011
The happiness advantage:

Your brain at positive performs way better than at negative, neutral or stressed

Happy Brains:


Botox IS amazing...
Overview: work, health, creativity, productivity, resilience, +++
Examples: cases + Sci numbers
Tools: meditating, gratitude, trackyourhappiness.org

Source: Sonja Lyubomirsky
40% :)
Happiness is not a destination, it´s a manner of travelling!
ca 50%
ca 10%
..from positive psychology - to fact based NeuroScience!
The rise of Scientific happiness...
The brain is fundamentally a lazy piece of meat, it doesn´t want to waste any energy. Gregory Berns, Award winning NeuroScience
Laura Delizonna, PhD Stanford University & teacher at Googles "search inside yourself program"
Bottomline results!
Top management, teams & project leaders
& "random happiness mails"
High performance
Happiness frequency
Happiness is a component of Health
The World Health Organization
3 drivers in employee happiness
i) being worshiped by colleagues/the community
ii) being worshiped by your leader
iii) being worshiped outside of the community (eg customers etc)
Source: Harvard Business Review
:-( vs :-):-):-)
..the daily antidepressant!
30-40 mins 3 x a week
the strongest antidepressants
Tal Ben Shahar, Harvard University: Happier
Physical health!
:-( =
+ 1,25 sick days a month
American journal of Health
300 ppl
:-) vs :-( test
Strategic use of sport!
Hos positive mennesker er den perifære syns-linie fysisk størrere. Glade mennesker ser altså mere...
Sociale netværk & happiness
And we found that each additional happy friend increases a person's probability of being happy by about 9%. For comparison, having an extra $5,000 in income (in 1984 dollars) increased the probability of being happy by about 2%.
Harvard University: James Fowler & Nicholas Christakis;
We studied 4,739 people followed from 1983 to 2003, connectede til 12,067 people
The Surprising Power of Our Social Networks and How They Shape Our Lives
By Nicholas A. Christakis and James H. Fowler
Illustrated. 338 pp. Little, Brown & Company. $25.99
Stress & anxiety
The brain will be to Science for the 21st Century, what the heart was for the 20th.
Jake Dunagan, Institute For The Future
Why a happy Brain performs better
Serotonin & endorphin is equally strong to medicine when it comes to calming your physical reactions to stress & anxiety
+ 31%
2005, økonomisk krise
besparing på 4 mia USD
10% fyringer & nedskæringer
i hele organisationen
OOF = Office of the Future
Researching (Google)
OfficeTiger in Chennai
Pris & tid
University of California
Happy about your job?
NeuroScience experiments and work:
A: Positive
B: Stressed - neutral
+ 33%
Haim Ginott
Haim Ginot
Shawn Achor, The Happiness Advantage, Harvard University
NeuroScience - what is possible today? (Martin Lundstrøm, cigaretter
(NeuroLaw - NeuroArchitecture - )

handicap vs lotto

Kreativitet ift "forstyrrelser"

Def på Seretonin, oxytocin, Dopamine, endorphine

Tools - Laura.
(thanks to somebody you hate)
What went well

Definer meditation & mindfullness (sci)
Martin Lindstrøm
vThere are many ways to measure happiness. We can ask people “How happy are you right now?” and have them rate it on a scale. We can use magnetic resonance imaging to measure cerebral blood flow, or electromyography to measure the activity of theJanuary–February 2012 Harvard Business Review 85HBR.oRG
Spotlight on Happiness86 Harvard Business Review January–February 2012“smile muscles” in the face
pic: briller
New stuff
For example, in general people who are in good romantic relationships are happier than those who aren’t. Healthy people are happier than sick people. People who participate in their churches are happier than those who don’t. Rich people are happier than poor people.
make them much happier than those events actually do, and they expect negative events to make them unhappier than they actually do. In both field and lab studies, we’ve found that winning or losing an election, gaining or losing a romantic partner, get- ting or not getting a promotion, passing or failing an exam—all have less impact on happiness than people think they will. A recent study showed that very few experiences affect us for more than three months. When good things happen, we celebrate for a while and then sober up. When bad things happen, we weep and whine for a while and then pick our- selves up and get on with it.
Synthetic happiness is what we produce when we don’t get what we want, and natural happi- ness is what we experience when we do.
We’d never say, “Oh, of course, if I lost my money or my wife left me, I’d find a way to be just as happy as I am now.” We’d never say it—but it’s true
That’s what people do when they’re bored, and people hate be- ing bored. We know that people are happiest when they’re appropriately challenged—when they’re try- ing to achieve goals that are difficult but not out of reach
hvilket mål har du - hvad vil du gerne opnå? skriv 3 ting ned
www - i projektteams.
en person du hader
ex. Trine
So challenge makes people happy. What else do we know now about the sources of happiness? If I had to summarize all the scientific literature on the causes of human happiness in one word, that word would be “social.” We are by far the most social species on Earth. Even ants have nothing on us. If I wanted to predict your happiness, and I could know only one thing about you, I wouldn’t want to know your gender, religion, health, or income. I’d want to know about your social network—about your friends and family and the strength of your bonds with them.
Social relations...
Bassefar, Kim, N.sen!!
Frass, Gran - madklubben
prio - frokost! & fest
Bodil:) Lene. Marianna!
Beyond having rich networks, what makes us happy day to day? The psychologist Ed Diener has a finding I really like. He essentially shows that the frequency of your posi- tive experiences is a much better predictor of your happiness than is the intensity of your positive expe- riences. When we think about what would make us happy, we tend to think of intense events—going on a date with a movie star, winning a Pulitzer, buying a yacht. But Diener and his colleagues have shown that how good your experiences are doesn’t matter nearly as much as how many good experiences you have. Somebody who has a dozen mildly nice things happen each day is likely to be happier than some- body who has a single truly amazing thing happen. So wear comfortable shoes, give your wife a big kiss, sneak a french fry. It sounds like small stuff, and it is. But the small stuff matters.
We imagine that one or two big things will have a profound effect. But it looks like happiness is the sum of hundreds of small things.
3 part thank you! - send det til en af dine venner der fortjener det
fokus =
strejfende tanker = :-(
What am I going to do today? the answer is usually about where you’ll take your body—to the beach, to the kids’ soccer practice, for a run. You ought to also ask, “What am I going to do with my mind today?”
Vores forskning peger på at glæde på jobbet afhænger mere af små gode ting vi glæder os over til hverdag - altså vores rutine interaktioner med kolleger, de projekter vi er involverede i, vores daglige arbejde - end på de statiske rammer så som høj løn eller en prestigefyldt titel...

Daniel Gilbert, Harvard University
Write down 3 good things you could do for a colleague
Write down what you wished a colleague would do for you
Fokus og nærvær!
(nogen kalder det mindfulness..)
Så meget tid vandrer dine tanker;
På arbejde 50%
Under transport 60%
Samtale/spil 30%
Sex 10%
Forsøget er udført af Daniel Gilbert, psykolog ved Harvard University. 450 personer deltog.
(personlige ting)
Syntetisk glæde = glæde
Når ting ikke lige går som de skal. Ja, så er vi glade alligevel!
1.000 personer
5 billeder
..én måned senere
Harvard University
Syntetisk glæde
Happiness can be boiled down to 3 things;

:-) :-/ :,-(
3 måneder
Forventninger & realitet
Exercise; 30-40 mins
Write down 3 things you are happy about
- every day or just sometimes
-also if you are having a crappy day!
10 Happiness strategies:
Spend some extra time on ......
Be egoistic...
WWW; What went well?
Think about your communication!
Track your happiness!
Dokumentering af taknemmelighed (750 personer)

opmærksom på sine omgivelser
Nået længere mod personlige mål

Depression & stress

Når man føler sig taknemmelig & glad - så gør man lettere noget godt for andre, det giver cycler af godhed fordi det opfordrer andre til at gøre noget godt..
Hvad mon jeg bliver glad af?
Emmons, R A., McCullough, M. (2003). Counting blessings versus burdens: An experimental investigation of gratitude and subjective well-being in daily life. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 84(2), 377-389.
Frekvensen vs. størrelse af glæde!
Vinde i lotto
Vinde i lotto
Få Pulitzer prisen
Date med en filmstjerne! åhhh!
få et luksus hus!
Spise på restaurant
God kop kaffe
være sammen med venner!
få et par nye sko
Få en god kop kaffe af en kollega på en travl dag
Gå i biografen
Løbe en tur
få et stort kys af sin kæreste!
Lære hunden et nyt trick
små ting er SUPER vigtige!*
Happiness baseline
Nuuk Ugeavis
Martin Seligman
Shawn Achor, Harvard University.
Author of The Happiness Advantage
Matthew Killingsworth, trackyourhappiness.org
Innovation Lab
Once: psychologists
Today: business developers, marketeers, sales-reps, strategists +
Job design?
What are you most happy about in your job?

= blood pressure, heart rate, sweaty palms etc
You´re a gear head!
For the Company
For the Team
Branson´s way...
Top 3 actions?
Who cares?
Money can buy happiness - (just very limited..)
"NeuroScience will impact all areas of our business and Society - even the Law"
Jake Dunagan, IFTF
...from nice to need!
Daniel Gilbert, Harvard University
1 USD on fitness & wellness = 6,52 USD
Louise Jakobsen
Product Lead in Innovation Lab, 4 years
Engineer - MSc Technologybased business development
Worked for the Foreign Ministry in Silicon Valley, Innovation Center Denmark
Executive Management tours in San Francisco for Google
Started the worlds first international Co-creation network for professionals/companies in Denmark, www.co-society.com
Lived in Silicon Valley
Co-Chaired NEXT, Nordic Exceptional Trendshop in 3 years
Started a strategic collaboration with Stanford University around happiness!! :-)
Heading up the international activities at iLab today..
my background for talking about innovation & organizational hottopics is....
Creativity - too much perhaps..
Bottom line
Bottom line
Bottom line
Bottom line
Bottom line

Training vs challenge...
When you have a mission - and you are able to convince your team that they are on that mission too - they start to engage them selves personally, and that´s when the business takes off!
upcoming trend in modern leadership
Laura Delizonna, Stanford University
Fast Company - Feb 2012
Physical exercise improves learning and other brain functions through increased brain volume, blood supply and growth hormone levels in the body
Tiny habits
If = then
BJ Fogg, Stanford U
Talking about happiness......
Develop New Habits
Training your brain to be positive is not so different from training your muscles at the gym. Recent research on neuroplasticity—the ability of the brain to change even in adulthood—reveals that as you develop new habits, you rewire the brain.
new angles
new research
odd cases
my interest...
fmri scanner
The doughnut
not just for pro´s
The next hour;
Brain trends in business
High performance & happiness
10 happiness strategies
Brain-Computer Interfaces with EEG & EMG
the gamers!
Shawn Achor, Harvard University
author of The Happiness Advantage
421 ppl
Shawn Achor, Harvard University
Harvard Business Review
Harvard Business Review
“The Value of Happiness: How Employee Well-Being Drives Profits”
folding protein molecules
The Science of Good Deeds
High performance
It has long been an assumption that there is a link between physical expression of emotions and the intensity of those emotions, otherwise known as the "facial feedback theory." A intriguing pilot study conducted in 2006 by Dermatologist Eric Finzi, M.D., Ph.D. evaluated the effectiveness of Botox in treating depression. In the study, Finzi injected ten women (nine with depression and one with bipolar disorder) with Botox in their glabellar frown lines. After two months, all nine with depression were diagnosed as no longer showing signs of depression. Even the woman with bipolar disorder reported improvements in mood.
Your expressions help create your mood
the Mirror of expressions
One major finding is that people’s minds wander nearly half the time, and this appears to lower their mood. Wandering to unpleasant or even neutral topics is associated with sharply lower happiness; straying to positive topics has no effect either way. The amount of mind- wandering varies greatly depending on the activity, from roughly 60% of the time while commuting to 30% when talking to someone or playing a game to 10% during sex. 50% during work.
Matthew Killingsworth, Harvard University
Founder of Track your happiness
Elkhonon Goldberg, PhD
The SharpBrains guide to Brain Fitness
Money can buy happiness...
How many % of Global top 2000 companies will be using Gamification by 2014?
Beer Quiz Question # 1
What is most important for your level of happiness? :
Social network
Beer Quiz Question # 2
Who is happier a "giver" or a "receiver"?
(of presents, good deeds etc)
Beer Quiz Question # 3
How many times more, does negativity affect us than positivity?
Beer Quiz Question # 4
Can facial botox injections cure depression?
Beer Quiz Question # 5
What activity makes mankind most happy: ?
Beer Quiz Question # 6
30-40 mins of exercise 3 times a week has an equal effect of........?
Beer Quiz Question # 7
Beer Quiz Question # 10
How many % of your overall happiness (100%) is something you are born with?
Beer Quiz Question # 8
A university of Michigan study determined that earning USD ........ more a year has LESS EFFECT on daily happiness than getting just one additional hour of sleep each night!
Beer Quiz Question # 9
A university of Michigan study determined that earning USD ........ more a year has LESS EFFECT on daily happiness than getting just one additional hour of sleep each night!
How much should you be making in annual income to be happy according to Nobelist Daniel Kahneman?
(360.000 dkk)
(450.000 dkk)
(3.5 million dkk)
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