In the midst of a global pandemic, a mental health crisis and increasingly intense competition for the top talent, the pursuit of “wellbeing” has become as vital for organisations as it is for individuals.
Although the productivity and creativity benefits experienced by “happy” workers are increasingly well documented, there is no conception of this topic that everyone can agree on. This primary motivator of our organisational behaviour is inherently complex.
Over three weeks, this course equips you to navigate this complexity. You'll explore perspectives from narrative linguistics, econometrics, neurochemistry, social anthropology, visual art, and beyond.
Through this interdisciplinary approach, you’ll add breadth and depth to your understanding. But the outcome is ultimately practical. You’ll be able to innovate new tools, develop evidence-based strategies and evaluate what is, and isn’t, working.