So far, I’ve spoken about happiness at work in 32 different countries but I have an ambition to add more. The top 3 countries I’d love to speak in are:
- South Korea
Can you help me get there? Do you have any contacts or know some companies in those countries who might benefit from some happiness?
Any help would be massively appreciated :)
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My article for Fast Co.Exist has just been published. In it I list the 5 major differences between Danish and US workplaces that explain why Danish workers are the happiest in the world and US workers tend to be miserable.
Check it out and let me know what you think.
This is hilarious and I just love to see people who have the energy to inject some fun into their work.
The keys to successful change in an organization are well known:
- Involve those affected
- Have a clear purpose
- Listen to concerns
So why do so few follow this?
I was in the New York Post this week:
My friend Rowan Manahan wrote to me that he liked the article but was sorely disappointed in the headline. After all, he said, NY Post is the newspaper that once ran the headline “Headless body found in topless bar” :)
I’ve written a blog post for Huffington Post on 5 ways hating your job can ruin your health (according to science) and it’s getting a TON of views. Check it out :)
After a fun week snowboarding in Italy I am now in New York to promote the re-release of my book, Happy Hour is 9 to 5.
And in addition to interviews and media events I’m also doing an open speech on Thursday – and you’re invited. Details in the image above.
Space is limited, so send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org if you’re coming.