Why Employee Engagement Leads to Productivity [video interview]

Here we are in 2014 and you’re back at your desk, wondering where the holiday went. Instead of mourning for lost time, why don’t you focus on the exciting prospects you’ve got at work and how you can make the most out of your time there? Dan, the co-founder of Officevibe, knows all about how employee engagement affects productivity and wellbeing at work. So I was thrilled when he was on board with getting interviewed on this. Watch the exclusive interview below to really understand the importance of employee engagement and how you can personally get started on becoming more engaged. What better way to start your work in 2014?


Remember to check out the 250+ team building activities for work on Officevibe you can start practicing at work to become more engaged and create a more engaged team. A lot of the activities they suggest have ties to positive psychology and the science of how your wellbeing actually boosts your performance – so don’t miss out! If you’re into gamification, you’ll be really into this.

A massive thanks to Dan for taking the time to be interviewed and chat to us about employee engagement in detail. Really inspired by the work they do!

Dan & I would love to hear how you plan on putting this into practice at your workplace. What’s one activity you can start today to get more engaged? Don’t forget there’s lots of ideas to get you inspired on the Officevibe pages!

Don’t forget to sign-up to the free weekly Happyologist newsletter on the left to be the first to know about my latest posts and get extra happiness tips so you can make 2014 a truly amazing year for you.

If you’re looking for more one-to-one help on finding your engagement at work again, coaching could be something for you.
Better yet, if you’re looking to get your whole team engaged, I run a range of different positivity workshops that could help you to achieve sustainable change.

Email me here to find out more :)


  • Very interesting! I just started a new “Happiness Project” aimed at improving workplace happiness and this is perfect! I posted on my blog about it today and will add your blog to my blogroll.

    Thank you!

  • Dan Benoni says:

    Thanks so much for having me Susanna. If anyone has any questions do not hesitate to reach me!

  • Virginia says:

    Do you mind if I quote a few of your posts as long as I provide credit and sources back to your webpage?

    My website is in the very same niche as yours and my visitors would certainly benefit from some of the information you provide here.
    Please let me know if this okay with you. Thank you!

    • Hi Virginia!
      I’m happy for you to paraphrase my posts as long as they’re not copy+paste (Google would punish both of us for that) and you provide credit & link back to my pages. That would be very appreciated :)
      Glad to hear your visitors would benefit from the info here too – let me know how it goes!

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