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Dealing with Difficult People: Effective Approaches for Working with Difficult Employees, Clients, and Team Members Tuesday, January 31, 2012 – 9AM to 4PM 1002 Seymour Street (Yaletown), Vancouver If you: – spend excessive amounts of time addressing difficult situations and difficult people – want to increase your efficiency, self-management ability, and effectiveness in these difficult […]

Subjective well-being in Australia: When asked, 75% of people in Australia said they were satisfied with their life, much higher than the OECD average of 59%. Australia performs exceptionally well in measures of well-being, as shown by the fact that it ranks among the top countries in a large number of topics in the Better […]

Subjective well-being in Israel: 72% of people in Israel said they were satisfied with their life, above the OECD average of 59%. In terms of employment, nearly 59% of people aged 15 to 64 in Israel have a paid job. 55% of mothers are employed after their children begin school, suggesting that women encounter difficulties […]

The United Kingdom performs very well in overall subjective well-being, as shown by the fact that it ranks among the top countries in several topics in the Better Life Index. Having a good education is an important requisite to finding a job. In the United Kingdom, 70% of adults aged 25 to 64 have earned […]

Korea performs moderately well in overall measures of well-being, as shown by the fact that it ranks higher than average in several topics in the Better Life Index. When asked, 36% of people in Korea said they were satisfied with their life, much lower than the OECD average of 59%. In terms of health, life […]

Subjective well-being in United States: 70% of people in the United States said they were satisfied with their life, well above the OECD average of 59%. In terms of health, life expectancy at birth in the United States is 77.9 years, more than one year below the OECD average. The level of atmospheric PM10 – […]

Canada performs exceptionally well in measures of Subjective well-being. When asked, 78% of people in Canada said they were satisfied with their life, much higher than the OECD average of 59%. Life expectancy at birth in Canada is 80.7 years, more than one year above the OECD average. The level of atmospheric PM10 – tiny […]

Seven types of evidence are reviewed that indicate that high subjective well-being (such as life satisfaction, absence of negative emotions, optimism, and positive emotions) causes better health and longevity. For example, prospective longitudinal studies of normal populations provide evidence that various types of subjective well-being such as positive affect predict health and longevity, controlling for […]

Are you happy with your personal income? Are you satisfied with your education? Do you trust politicians and your local council? These are some of the questions the British government wants answers to, in its quest to find out the state of the nation beyond just the economic data. The Office for National Statistics published […]

OECD Better Life Index, from its official definition, is an interactive tool which allows to create an index based on the topics that are important to you – because there is more to life than the cold numbers of GDP and economic statistics. The OECD Better Life Index covers the 34 Countries which are member […]