The Happy Manifesto: A Pisstaker’s Charter? [Two-Minute Watch]
In this short video, Brendan O’Keefe of Epic CIC explains about some of the difficulties he had at Epic CIC when first implementing The Happy Manifesto principles of a culture based on autonomy, trust and freedom.
Hi, we are Happy
We are leading a movement to create happy, empowered and productive workplaces.
How can we help you and your people to find joy in at least 80% of your work?
Brendan was speaking at the Creating Happy Workplaces in the Public Sector Conference on 22nd February 2017. Click here to view more videos, PowerPoint slides and blogs from the event.
Brendan O’Keefe is the Managing Director of Epic CIC, the UK’s first youth service mutual launched in January 2014. Brendan is a Cabinet Office Mutuals Ambassador and advises local authorities throughout the country on the mutualisation of services. He has hands on experience of leading a successful public sector spin out. Brendan is driven by the notion that supporting young people to make a successful transition to responsible and fulfilling adulthood is one of the most important duties of any modern day society.
Keep informed about happy workplaces
Sign up to Henry's monthly Happy Manifesto newsletter, full of tips and inspiration to help you to create a happy, engaged workplace.
Learn the 10 core principles to create a happy and engaged workplace in Henry Stewart's book, the Happy Manifesto.
Happy's next conference: 2020 Happy Workplaces Conference
17th June at Friends House in Euston, Central London
This year's speakers include Ynzo van Zanten from Tony's Chocolonely, Edel Harris, formerly Chief Executive of Scottish charity Local Cornerstone, and Auzewell Chitewe, Associate Director of Quality Improvement at East London NHS Foundation Trust.
Tickets are currently available at our Early Bird price of just £295 + VAT per person, or join us for the conference and masterclass for just £495.
Not what you need? Take a look at all of our Leadership and Management programmes.