House of Cheer launches ‘happiness tool’ for employees, corporates

The tool measures the happiness quotient of people, using behavioural psychology, neuroscience and data-analytics.

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The key to a successful business lies in not only focusing on the customers’ needs but also ensuring that the employees are happy and well taken care of.

In its endeavour to be successful, in the true sense, House of Cheer has launched Happyness.me As the name suggests, this happiness-measurement tool helps measure the happiness quotient of corporates and their staff.

The consulting division of House of Cheer will help companies reimagine the future of their business and growth strategy.

Specifically, the aim is to help organisations create a happiness journey and with the help of the happiness tool, enable them to visualise their company culture and implement strategies to create a happy and flourishing working environment.

The Company has partnered with one of the world’s leading human insights companies, The Happiness Index, hoping to ring in a new era in Indian business, focusing first and foremost on the backbone of any organisation, it’s people.

This tool is designed to measure people’s happiness quotient, using behavioural psychology, neuroscience and data-analytics, along with inputs from experts in the field, combined with the team’s extensive experience leading large-scale operations.

Commenting on Happyness.me, Namrata Tata, managing partner, House of Cheer, says,  “With over three decades of experience working in business and industry, we have learned that emotions drive, motivate and inspire us. They energise us to be productive and take control of our professional lives. We believe that happiness is the primary emotion that can maximise potential and that has not yet been truly leveraged in the Indian workspace.”

House of Cheer is full of gratitude towards the UK Government in India for helping them identify the right partner from the UK in its Happiness Journey project.

Commenting on this launch, Tony Latter, co-founder & head of innovations, The Happiness Index UK, says, “The future of work will look very different in terms of when, where and how people are working. Whether it is more employees working remotely, flexibly or in a globally-distributed model, the challenges of effectively engaging and communicating with your people are increasing. That means, leaders require a new set of emotional skills and insight.”

House of Cheer was founded by Raj Nayak, former Viacom18 COO and prominent media personality.

The Happiness Index has a global footprint with offices in New York, London and Shanghai. It gathers feedback from over 80 countries in 23 different languages and has built its own neuroscience-based platform, using the best of artificial intelligence and machine learning.

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