Data analytics is used in so many different aspects of a business⎯ customer satisfaction, sales, web traffic, etc.. But are you tapping into all the data you can be gathering from your employees? It’s often overlooked, but employee data analytics can affect retention, employee mental health, resolving workplace issues effectively, and more.
But data analytics is just one of the elements in making employees feel happy and valued at work. Today’s guest, Aoife O’Brien, is a Happiness at Work expert, and she joins us to share her expertise in how keeping employees happy is beneficial for everyone. By using data, knowing and meeting the unique needs of employees, and aligning the values of your organization, the workplace can be a psychologically safe space that builds trust, loyalty, and authenticity throughout its ranks.
Listen in and dig deeper into how you can make your employees happier at work.
About Aoife O’Brien
Aoife O’Brien is a Happiness at Work expert. Her mission is to help organizations to increase employee retention by using culture-fit in their hiring decisions. She is passionate about ‘fit’ and specifically how creating the right environment can help individuals to reach their full potential and support organizations to thrive. She helps HR and business leaders to make data-driven decisions, with a specific focus on values, needs, and strengths. Aoife has been featured on several media platforms and podcasts speaking about ‘fit’ as well as imposter syndrome. She has also delivered a number of keynote speeches on these topics.
Her podcast, Happier at Work, has 14,000 listens in more than 50 countries. Before launching her own business, Aoife had a successful 17 years in the corporate world working with global companies like Coca Cola, Unilever, and Heinz to solve marketing problems using data analytics. She has lived and worked in Dublin, London, Perth, and Sydney and has a MSc in Work and Organizational Behaviour. To learn more, visit her website and follow her on Instagram, Twitter, and LinkedIn.
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