Happiness at Work: Autonomy

Taught by Dr. Raj Raghunathan

Take charge of your freedom at work.

According to research, one of the primary reasons people leave their jobs is due to a lack of autonomy. In this course, Dr. Raj Raghunathan teaches you about the second letter in the B.A.M.B.A. method: Autonomy. He covers the importance of selfgovernance in the workplace, and how you can identify and grow it within yourself.

By covering the three main areas of autonomy–personal, outcomes, and process– this course comes full circle in teaching you how to gain more respect from your team and improve your overall productivity. When people feel they have a certain degree of freedom in what they can do, they’ll be happier at work. By the end of this course, you will know how to identify what kind of freedom you need, and how to create that for yourself. — Launching 2020

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Methods Memberships

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$25/mo

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Mindset

Discover the three main areas of autonomy–personal, outcomes, and process to gain more respect from your team and improve your overall productivity.

Completion

This course will take 3- 4 hours to complete while offering concepts and strategies that can be applied over months and years to afford lifelong benefits. In addition to interactive lectures, this course also includes practicable workbooks, reviews, assessments, transcripts, and self-reflection activities.

Reward

Increase happiness, productivity, and mutual respect in the workplace by learning how to improve the three main areas of autonomy.

Course Journey


Loosening Up: Unleash Your Team's Potential


The Freedom of Choice


3 Personal Strategies for Gaining More Autonomy


Fulfilling Your Employees' Need for Autonomy


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