Alex Kjerulf, Chief Happiness Officer, Woohoo

In: BlogDate: May 03, 2013By: Claire Lickman

Alex is the founder of Woohooinc. and one of the world’s leading experts on happiness at work. He is the author of 3 books including the international bestseller Happy Hour is 9 to 5 – How to Love Your Job, Love Your Life and Kick Butt at Work.

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Alex Kjerulf, Chief Happiness Officer, Woohoo

In his spare time Alex reads a lot. He also does Crossfit and watches tons of movies. And in case you’re wondering, his last name (Kjerulf) is pronounced a little like care-oolf.

The vision of Woohoo is: A world where happiness at work is the rule and not the exception.

The video above is Henry Stewart and Alex opening the Creating Happy Workplaces conference at Google.

And here’s Alex, being interviewed after his presentation:

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Claire Lickman

Claire is Head of Marketing at Happy. She has worked at Happy since 2016, and is responsible for Happy's marketing strategy, website, social media and more. Claire first heard about Happy in 2012 when she attended a mix of IT and personal development courses. These courses were life-changing and she has been a fan of Happy ever since. She has a personal blog at lecari.co.uk.

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