News: Target-hitting won’t make you feel good at work
It will come as little surprise to many coaches that getting on well with work colleagues and having a good work/life balance are key to feeling good at work.
As many coaches used to working on issues concerning emotional intelligence and work/life balance with clients will already suspect, positive relationships and a good work/life balance make all the difference. They are the top two factors in feeling good at work, according to 42 per cent and 40 per cent of workers surveyed, respectively.
Some 26 per cent highlight “receiving praise” and 16 per cent, earning the trust of their boss,...
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