The joy of serotonin: Why happiness matters

Article By
Emily Allen
Emily Allen
Posted On15th December 2020
Posted On15th December 2020

January 28


08:30 am - 09:30 am


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Join us as we explore “The Joy of Se… Serotonin” or as it is more commonly known – the happiness drug. A study by the University of Warwick found happy employees are 12% more productive; unhappy ones 10% less productive. That’s why happiness matters!

Human happiness has a positive effect on productivity,  organisational success and a host of other things too. Take a look at a few statistics that back this up:

  • Companies with happy employees outperform the competition by 20%
  • Employees who report being happy at work take x10 fewer sick days
  • And happy salespeople produce 37% more sales!

Most people want happier workplaces but aren’t sure where to begin or how to go about achieving it. Join us as our guests share practical tips and advice to make your workplace more than just colourful walls and a few free snacks in the fridge.

Our guests:

Amy Brann helps make individuals and organisations better through game-changing neuroscientific insights. Author of three books, each one helps us to better understand how our brains work. If we understand this we are better equipped to seek out what matters to us, such as happiness. Often described as an inspiring and engaging speaker, Amy shares bite-sized actionable takeaways – think of it as food for the brain!

Matthew Phelan is co-founder of The Happiness Index and the author of “Freedom To Be Happy: The Business Case for Happiness.” The Happiness Index is made up of business experts, data scientists, organisational psychologists, all driven by the same passion: to make the working world a happier, healthier place to be.

Our final guest is to be confirmed but they will be fantastic too, we promise!

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