Practical Happiness @ Work:
Four Secrets That Increase Your “Happy” Return on Investment
Ideal Audience: Leaders, Employee Events, Sales People, Customer Service Representatives, Healthcare, Education, Organization Support Teams, Health & Wellness Conferences, Leadership Conferences, Industry Conferences
Available Formats: Keynote (Virtual or In-Person); Breakout Session
Over 225 studies show that the benefits of being happy range from being healthier, making more money, and being better leaders.
When workplaces invest in creating happy cultures and employees in their personal happiness, there’s a literal Return On Investment (ROI).
So, if happiness is the goal, why is being happier so challenging? The problem is that we see happiness as one emotion. But as we all know, happiness is more complicated than that for workplace cultures and individuals. The real and practical way to be happier is to expand your definition of happiness and manage your Happiness Zappers.
In this interactive program, Pamela empowers audiences to discover the happiness they didn’t even know they had, better manage the experiences that zap their happiness, and learn how happiness does and should change.
After this program, attendees will be able to…
- Identify and apply the Four Practical Happiness Principles so they can, leverage happiness to be happier
- Use the list of 31 different types of happiness to be happier and more energized
- Identify and manage the most common types of experiences that zap happiness
- Create their own “ZAP-MAP” – A detailed Happiness Zapper Management Action to manage life’s Happiness Zappers
- Identify why being happy is a win-win personally and professionally
- Live a happier life in a realistic, practical way
This Program is Best Paired With:
Jeff J. Hunter
Founder of VAStaffer.com & Creator of the CORE Branding Method
Founder, American Happiness Project
Host of the Coach Yu Show
Author of The Happiness Book: A Positive Guide To Happiness and Founder Of The Happiness Hall Of Fame
“Want to know why we find happy people annoying? Because they don’t fully understand what happiness is. They think it’s about ALWAYS being happy, upbeat, cheerful, and chipper. So, they fake it. The faking is what annoys us. Pamela has given us a way to be happy and to mean it. Practically. Realistically. Authentically. And while we will not always be happy in every moment, at least we can be happy consistently and with meaning. Give this book to someone as a gift and you could be giving them the gift of real happiness. Who knows? Maybe that person is yourself.”