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In my decades of working with CEOs, and in occupying the position myself, maximizing the CEO’s positive effect on the culture organization is always on my mind. We know that there is no “one size fits all” approach to leadership, yet I do see how much an organization benefits when a CEO chooses to be positive and chooses happiness. When leaders choose happiness, businesses do better. The CEO leads the culture, and the CEO’s attitude filters throughout the organization’s culture. Infusing the culture with a “happiness quotient” strengthens employee loyalty and performance, improves retention, attracts talent and brings out the best in people. The organization performs better.
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