Hope is the leading predictor of satisfaction and happiness in life.
Research across multiple sectors shows that hope is correlated to goal achievement, physical health, academic performance and organizational productivity. Organizations with high hope leaders reach more goals more often and sooner, experience higher productivity, have lower unplanned absences and less turnover and are more resilient to burnout and stress.
In the Science of Hope context, hope is understood in a specific way. It can be measured, it can be taught and it can be learned. Leaders who can build and maintain hope will create organizations that flourish.
High hope people believe the future will be better than the past. They believe they have the power to make it so. They know how to set a goal toward that future and how to create paths to that goal. In this context, hope is not a fuzzy, feel-good word, but an indicator of the ability to shape one’s future and drive toward it.
Clarity Consulting provides inspiring keynotes that explain hope theory and how you can use this science to strengthen your organization. We can also provide a deeper dive into the application of hope theory to your organization through workshops that combine the inspiration of hope science with practical tools for teaching, building and maintaining hope.