Practical Happiness @ Work: The Surprising Shortcut to More Engagement, Productivity & Innovation
Ideal Audience: General Business Audience
Available Formats: Keynote (Virtual or In-Person); Breakout Session
In a work environment full of challenges and change, we still want employees who are engaged, productive, and innovative. The problem is that there isn’t one way for everyone to accomplish this. Everyone is different and has their individual wants, needs, and desires.
In this interactive program, Pamela reveals how personal happiness is the surprising shortcut that contributes to organizational engagement, productivity, and innovation.
After this program, attendees will be able to…
- Identify and apply the Four Practical Happiness Principles so they can, leverage happiness to be happier at work
- Adapt their happiness as their situation changes
- Use the list of 31 different types of happiness to be happier at will
- Identify and manage the most common factors that zap happiness at work
- Create a customized “ZAP-MAP” – A detailed Happiness Zapper Management Action Plan to manage the Happiness Zappers that show up at work and in life.
- Contribute to a positive work culture to increase engagement, productivity, and innovation
- Apply the Practical Happiness Principles even in a remote / hybrid work environment
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.”