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“Happiness is the secret ingredient for successful businesses. If you have a happy company it will be invincible.”
Richard Branson

Let’s face it – everyone wants to be happy. However, what people can take for granted is that happiness, much like anything else worthwhile, needs to be worked towards and is an ongoing pursuit.

Research has shown that the happier you are, the more productive you are. In turn, the happier your staff are, the more productive they will be. Healthy, engaged employees are your top competitive advantage.

The simplest and most inexpensive way to build a good team and good team culture is to have happy employees. However, in order to have engaged and happy staff, you need to build a relationship with them.

What better way to make your employees feel valued and important than by investing in them personally?

Enter …. The Happiness at Work Program

I realise that all this isn’t rocket science, however it’s so easy to forget to simply BE happy. So, we developed a Program to help do just that.

The Happiness at Work Program is a workbook that provides 30 exercises, which we recommend are completed over a 6 week period, allowing the habit of a positive mindset to be formed.

The Happiness at Work Program

The Happiness at Work Program

The way these questions and this program have been written is to train people to seek out the positive moments in their day, however small, and register them. After doing this for just a few short weeks, thinking in a positive way, should start to become automatic.

And it should only take 10 – 15 minutes to do, per day.

The results?

This program affirms that when individuals experience appropriate positivity, they perform better, and when individuals perform better, employers and organisations achieve more.

So .. let’s get happy?

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