The evidence is clear: organisations which focus on creating happy workplaces are more productive and more successful. But the knowing-doing gap persists. Many managers struggle to build the culture and practices required for real engagement and performance. Could you be doing more to engage your people at work?
Happy Workplaces 2015 is one day conference for leaders who are ready to embrace high-trust, high-autonomy, high-performance management. Building on previous Happy Workplace Conferences, our focus for 2015 is squarely on doing. You will leave not only inspired, but fully equipped to take concrete action steps in your organisation. To book your place, click the Book Now button to visit our Eventbrite page.Book Now
Where and when?
Happy Workplaces 2015 is on 13 May, from 10:00 to 17:00, with registration from 09:00. Your registration fee includes refreshments and a light buffet lunch.
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What will you learn?
Key speakers will share how they build and sustain happy workplace culture and practices – and how you can do the same. You will hear from:
Simon Fowler, Board Director at John Lewis Partnership – John Lewis is one of the largest and longest-surviving employee-owned firms in the world, and one of the UK’s most successful retailers. Hear from a former store manager, now board director, how to put happy staff at the core of your operations.
Stuart Jones, Communications and Customer Service Director at CarillionAmey – proving you don’t have to be “in charge” to make an impact, Stuart Jones reveals how to implement The Happy Manifesto from the middle of a traditional management hierarchy.
Brendan O’Keefe, Managing Director at Epic CIC – A pathfinder in the Cabinet Office Employee Mutual’s programme – Epic CIC operates through a democratic employee structure. How has The Happy Manifesto contributed to Epic’s success?
Shannon Banks, Director at Be Leadership and a former HR Director at Microsoft – demonstrates why top-down, authoritative styles are no longer adequate and explores how you can become a more collaborative, more authentic and more engaged leader.
Henry Stewart, CEO at Happy – Author of the The Happy Manifesto, highlights the organisations which have achieved success by implementing Happy principles, all presented in Henry’s usual dynamic style. Henry will also be facilitating discussions between sessions.Book Now
Who should attend?
Happy Workplaces 2015 is designed for new and returning delegates in both private and public sector organisations:
- You are an executive or manager in general management, L&D or HR
- You understand the link between open, high-trust culture and sustainable high performance
- You are committed to changing your organisation for the better
To book your place, click the yellow Book Now button at the top of the page.
Sponsor the conference
Happy’s conferences are well attended and well received. Sponsorship is an effective, affordable way to promote your product or service, giving you direct contact with senior professional people who are committed to changing their organisations for the better. To learn more about sponsorship opportunities, contact Adrian Trenholm (email@example.com) or call +44 (0)20 7375 7300.
Feedback from Happy Workplaces 2014
Usually at conferences I come away with 2 or 3 good ideas. Yesterday at Happy Workplaces I had 4 pages worth. Brilliantly done.
Mix of personal and organisational strategies on making life better at work being shared at the #happywork conference
Martin Couzins (@martincouzins) May 14, 2014
An amazing day @GoogleUK so many great speakers and ideas to take away. Very #happywork
LetMC.com (@LetMC) May 14, 2014
Best conference I have ever been to 🙂
One month to go – book your place now
Happy Workplaces 2015 takes place on 13 May 2015. That’s less than one month away, so book you place now. If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact Happy on +44 (0)20 7375 7300. Otherwise, simply click the yellow Book Now button to book your tickets at Eventbrite.Book Now