A Chief Happiness Officer should be part of a company culture that encourages and rewards collaboration. You can create a happy workplace environment just as much as you can create a happy company. A lot of the time the context for achieving goals is invisible to employees, and that’s why they can’t see the same results. The Chief Happiness Officer bridges that gap by aligning the leaders’ expectations with the employees’ objectives. Here, we list out some of the common skills a CHO usually require. Let’s TAG someone you know who is best to be CHO!