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HappIness with a capital I – Why inclusion matters for happy people and cultures

Ever wondered why some people seem happier at work than others? Want to understand how to create a happy team or work culture? Or is happiness overrated? Join us for this FREE fun-filled 45-minute interactive webinar, where we’ll explore the importance of inclusion for creating happy cultures and people.


Friday 24th September 2021 | 12.30pm-1.15pm

Stephanie Davies

Cost: FREE


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For the last 15 years at Laughology, we’ve been researching what we call ‘realistic happiness’. We know that being happy all the time isn’t possible, but we also know people like to feel happy. So, join us for this FREE fun-filled 45-minute interactive webinar, where we’ll explore the importance of inclusion for creating happy cultures and people. 

For some, the last 18 months has been a breath of fresh air. Not everyone enjoys taking part in happy-hats-Friday or the annual work ping pong tournament. For others these social interactions have been sorely missed.

Whether at work or personally, happiness is different for everyone. And whilst you can’t please everyone, being inclusive goes a long way to supporting happiness because feeling included is an important factor in happiness. 

With all the hype about happiness, it’s easy to think that we need to be happy all the time, and if we’re not there’s something wrong. The opposite is true. If you’re happy all the time, there is most likely something wrong with you. And that’s from a company that positively promotes happiness.

Why?

Because sadness, anger, frustration and other emotions are all part of the human condition. Experiencing these feelings helps us connect with the world and makes us who we are.

We can support happiness by understanding some of the basics, such as conscious inclusion, feeling valued and listened to, and recognising we all have different needs. 

In this 45-minute interactive session, Stephanie Davies, founder of Laughology and Head of Happiness, will explore:

  • What helps us be happy and what we can do to build happy cultures
  • The difference between pleasure and happiness
  • The neuroscience of happiness and resilience
  • Research into what supports a happy culture
  • The importance of inclusion and what this means for happiness at work
  • Practical ways to bring realistic happiness into work

If you’re looking for a way to boost your happiness levels and fancy a Curly Wurly, join Stephanie Davies for this free webinar.   

Cost: Free

Seats: 500

Facilitator: Stephanie Davies

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