Category Archives: Happy At Work

How to be happy at work

The Great Resignation is here – 4 tips for workplaces

According to research an unprecedented number of employees are planning to leave their jobs in the near future and companies are going to have to deal with this or face losing all of their best people.

In this video I share:

  • Why The Great Resignation is actually GOOD news
  • 3 mistakes companies must avoid
  • 4 tips that will help your organization safely through (or even come out ahead) in The Great Resignation

Quit for the climate

Global warming is an existential threat to all humanity and corporations emit the vast majority of manmade greenhouse gases.

If you currently work for a company that does not urgently strive to become carbon neutral in a very short time frame, you have two choices:

  1. Do everything you can to make that organization carbon neutral
  2. If they won’t, quit and go work for a company that will

It doesn’t matter if you’re the CEO or the receptionist, you have an ethical responsibility to not use your time and talents in the service of a workplace that is wrecking the planet.

If enough of us act on this, we can force more corporations to take the climate seriously, either by changing their behavior from the inside or by sapping them of critical employee talent.

You can change things – and at the very least you can make sure that your work days aren’t spent hurting our children’s futures.

Free webinar June 24: How to be a successful workplace happiness consultant

More and more workplaces are realizing that workplace happiness matters – A LOT. They know that happy employees do better work, get sick less often and stay with the company longer. Simply put, they’ve seen that happy companies make more money.

And a lot of these companies are looking for some help to become better workplaces, which has created a market for workplace happiness consultants, speakers and facilitators.

I have been in that field for 17 years working with clients like LEGO, IKEA, IBM, Microsoft and Pfizer in more than 50 countries. In this Heartcount webinar on June 24 I will share my top 5 tips for success in this field, including:

  • How to market and sell your services to clients
  • How to convince companies or managers who don’t believe in “happiness” at work
  • How to make your services as effective as possible

Sign up for the webinar now and get proven tools and insights that you can use to grow your business as a workplace happiness consultant.

Harness the power of a positive mission – my interview with Ynzo van Zanten

Can a company do good in the world AND achieve profits and growth at the same time?

Tony’s Chocolonely is proof that this is not only possible, it’s good for employees, consumers, the bottom line and the world.

I could not be happier with how this Heartcount webinar went – Ynzo is such a great evangelist for a good cause.

Learn from Ynzo van Zanten exactly how your company can harness the power of a positive mission. You can also learn about Tony’s baby bonus – I’d never heard of that idea before and it’s AWESOME!

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Free webinar: Harness the Power of a Positive Mission

What do you think is a chocolate company’s mission? To make your day with a chocolate bar? Not just that. Tony’s Chocolonely is a chocolate company that makes the world better by improving their workplace. This was enough reason for us to ask their Choco Evangelist, Ynzo van Zanten to share their story at the next Heartcount webinar.

Join us on May 26 from 4:00 – 4:45 pm CEST and hear exactly how Tony’s Chocolonely improves their business results and make the world better at the same time.

What Is Special about Tony’s Chocolonely?

Tony’s Chocolonely isn’t an average chocolate company, but a chocolate company with a huge mission – to end modern slavery and exploitation in the cocoa industry. With amazing chocolate recipes, they set the example and show that chocolate can be made in a more responsible way – in taste and packaging, through long-term relationships with cocoa farmers, and the way they handle an open and transparent value chain. You can find more about Tony’s Chocolonely activities from their Choco Evangelist, Ynzo van Zanten at our webinar.

If you are looking for new ways to create an even better company culture, don’t miss a chance to be inspired by Ynzo at our next webinar, “Harness the power of a positive mission”.

Sign up right here.