2020 Happy Workplaces Conference

Our biggest event of the year will be back next year on Wednesday 17th June 2020 in London! (Exact venue TBC.)

Make sure you save the date to lock in our lowest price — just £195 per person until 31st December 2019!

We are very excited to announce the date of next year's Happy Workplaces Conference.

Join us on 17th June 2020 for more fantastic speakers, lively discussions and networking opportunities with others committed to creating a happy workplace.

Speakers will be announced closer to the event date. Speakers at our previous events have represented some of the world's best workplaces, such as Google, Innocent, WL Gore (makers of Goretex), the John Lewis Partnership, the National Trust, the National Audit Office, Foundation SP and Propellernet.

Save your place now at our discounted rate of just £195 + VAT when you book before 31st December 2019!

Call our team on 020 7375 7300 or email happypeople@happy.co.uk to book.

Give staff freedom within clear guidelines, says Henry Stewart

Henry Stewart speaks to the Eth Word about management and creating freedom within clear guidelines for staff in this short interview.

"Imagine a workplace where people are energised and motivated by being in control of the work they do. Imagine they are trusted and given freedom, within clear guidelines, to decide how to achieve their results. Imagine they are able to get the life balance they want. Imagine they are valued and held accountable for the work that they do, rather than the time they spend at their desk. Wouldn’t you want to work there?"

Henry Stewart, author of the Happy Manifesto and Chief Happiness Officer at Happy

Feedback from the 2019 Happy Workplaces Conference

Just wanted to say what a great day I had yesterday, the conference was awesome and by far the best I have ever attended! I feel full of plans to make some changes at work.Katie Cobb, Health Education England

The happy Manifesto

"People work best when they feel good about themselves"

Happy's vision is outlined by Henry Stewart in his book, The Happy Manifesto. It outlines our 10 principles to create a happy, empowered workplace.

Find out about the 10 core principles and download your free eBook