WHAT IS "WELLBEING?"

    The majority of people work for 40 years or more. Yet, little is known about how our work lives evolve over time. Our research surfaces from a multidimensional understanding of the conditions that foster, or impede, positive work experiences, and the ability to be content, and flourish, in the short term, and over our lifetimes. We have determined four dimensions of wellbeing for working adults as a way to measure happiness.

    THE WELLBEING MODEL

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      DAILY WELLBEING
    • RESILIENCE

      Our capacity to adapt, change, and respond to life's challenges. Resilience enables us to recover from setbacks, to grow, and to develop new capabilities.

    • MEANING

      The meaning and significance we experience in our lives; our values, core beliefs, and sense of life purpose; and our experience of deep social connections.

    • SELF_INTEGRITY

      Our sense of identity, which includes the beliefs we hold about who we are as human beings, our self-image and self-worth, and our sense of respect and dignity.

    • DAILY WELLBEING

      The emotional dynamics and the subjective quality of our daily lives. Happiness is linked to enhanced health, creativity, decision making, and adversity response.

    METHODOLOGY

    The science of wellbeing is young. It has been around for about three decades--only a short time in science-years. But the goal of this research is profound: to understand the best, most positive dimension of life.

    Our research surfaces from a multidimensional understanding of the conditions that foster, or impede, positive work experiences, and the ability to be content, and flourish, in the short term, and over our lifetimes.

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