Culture Design (Special Event): Happiness Works, Ways of Wellbeing

Washington D.C. campuses

GA Washington D.C. (1776 8th Floor)
1133 15th Street NW, 8th Floor
Washington DC 20005

Past Locations for this Event

Culture Design (Special Event): Happiness Works, Ways of Wellbeing

Washington D.C.

Washington D.C. campuses

GA Washington D.C. (1776 8th Floor)
1133 15th Street NW, 8th Floor
Washington DC 20005

Past Locations for this Event

About this event

Join Nic Marks, founder of Happiness Works for The Happiness Lab where you can learn about the science behind happiness and how it affects productivity, creativity and innovation within the workplace. Happiness Works is an organization that changes the world of work for the better through online tools and services. This interactive workshop will help you generate agile strategies to increase happiness and provide practical insights into how you can shape your organization for the better.

In this interactive workshop, you will learn:

  1. How emotions act as functional signposts
  2. How happiness affects productivity, creativity and innovation
  3. What the five key principles are for happiness at work
  4. How you can make practical steps towards happiness today

About Nic Marks

Nic Marks, Happiness Researcher and Founder of Happiness Works

Nic’s work in happiness and wellbeing research methodology is world-renowned. His love of using applied statistics to ground wellbeing and happiness in hard evidence has led to worldwide acclaim and the realization that happiness is a serious business.

He is perhaps best known for his trailblazing work on the Happy Planet Index, National Accounts of Well-being and the Five Ways to Well-being which is used extensively within health and education institutions as well as within governmental policy. He is also a fellow the UK think-tank, the New Economics Foundation, where he founded the award winning Centre for Wellbeing, as well as a board member of Action for Happiness.

A ‘statistician with soul’, Nic believes that happiness and contentment are not the result of the accumulation of wealth but rather comes from connecting with others, engaging with the world and gaining a sense of autonomy.Through statistical methods which can be used to measure happiness, Nic analyses and interprets evidence in such a way that it can be applied within business and organisations as well as policy fields including education, healthcare, economics and sustainable development.

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