We all know a "happy worker is a good worker" but what about their bosses? A clearly defined role, widely understood expectations and a manageable workload can help keep the bosses happy — which will flow onto everyone else.
Living a meaningful life — one that involves a sense of belonging, purpose, context and transcendence — may be more rewarding in the long run than simply pursuing happiness, writes Sophie Scott.
With so much to choose from in the modern age, we've become paralysed by indecision and haunted by the lives we are unable to live. But there's a way to free ourselves from the fear of missing out, writes Simon Smart.
The small mountain-locked country of Bhutan is perhaps best known for its formal pursuit of happiness through its "Gross National Happiness" program. But at what cost is this achieved?