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The Happiness Imperative

Topic:
The Happiness Imperative
Date:
August 1, 2012 at 12:00 - 1:00 PM ET
Presenters:
Valerie Sheppard, Personal Leadership Coach(The Heart of Living Vibrantly)
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Description
Create a happy workplace for all your employees!

Many people are chasing success in order to find happiness. Yet, over a decade worth of research by The Conference Board, Mercer, CNN Money and others, is proving that in fact, happiness breeds success. The performance of positive employees is higher than their negative counterparts in terms of productivity, sales, energy levels, turnover rates and health care costs.

For example, according to Shawn Anchor, Harvard researcher and author of “The Happiness Advantage,” optimistic sales people outperform their pessimistic counterparts by up to 37%. CNN Money reports that 84% of workers are unhappy at their current jobs.

So we actually need to find ways to be happy while we’re working to drive our businesses to top performance in their respective categories.

Creating a happiness culture has become an important way to create market success and differentiation.

But authentic happiness goes beyond onsite daycare, free meals or any other externally motivated form of happiness. The more lasting business advantage comes from intrinsic happiness.

Valerie Sheppard guides the attendees to an unbreakable connection with their authentic source of happiness. She’s developed a simple 4-step process that will help anyone who applies it get and stay happy no matter what’s going on around them. Participants will: explore the rules of the happiness game and which one relationship is the real key to winning it; discover how to clean house so emotional Junk-in-the-Trunk isn’t getting in the way; create a new model for being happy; and adopt practical ways to overcome depression, anxiety, fear and anger and keep the joy flowing abundantly forever.
Who Should Participate
anyone interested in creating a happier workplace for their employees
What You Will Learn
■Explore the rules of the happiness game and which one relationship is the real key to winning it. ■Discover how to clean house so emotional Junk-in-the-Trunk isn’t getting in the way. ■Create a new model for being happy. ■Adopt practical ways to overcome outer circumstances and keep their joy flowing abundantly.
Recommended Resources
www.createworkplacehappiness.com
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