Bristol entrepreneur takes up new role as 'happiness consultant' for British workers
With new research saying 1 in 3 of us are not happy in our jobs, Paul's new 'happiness at work' software package will come in very handy.
Pobi’s revolutionary software aims to release the happiness of people at work instead of them drudging through the day bored and uninspired.
Paul has spent 20 years collectively helping businesses to find out the root cause of why their workers aren't operating at 100% and has turned it into a simple computer program.
His business partner Ian Ormerod has also just quit a lucrative top role at Barclays to help in the mission.
Paul said: "Everyone wants to be happy, and we spend more time at work than anywhere else.
"This new software helps leaders and managers to release workers happiness and productivity by identifying their strengths and weaknesses and improving them.
"Sadly most people aren't working to full capacity and potential in a business. That's why we set Pobi up. We help every worker to be at their best so everyone achieves more."
Pobi software uses the latest 'people analytics' to give business leaders a diagnostic readout of every worker, then draws up plans to address the problems.
For more information and a demonstration of how it works see POBI on www.pobiltd.com, call or follow them on Twitter @PobiLtd and on Facebook facebook.com/pobiltd