Learn How to Create Happy, Productive Workplaces With the Happy Manifesto Podcast
The Happy Manifesto Podcast, based on the principles in the award-winning management book The Happy Manifesto, will be launching on 12th January 2023. The aim of the podcast is to help people to create happy, productive workplaces.
The podcast will be hosted by Henry Stewart, the author of The Happy Manifesto and CEO of Happy, and Maureen Egbe, Senior Facilitator and Confidence Activator at Happy.
They will interview leadership gurus about their ideas and leaders of organisations who have used The Happy Manifesto principles to create happy workplaces. Guests include Tom Peters on the importance of empathy in leaders, Helen Sanderson MBE on creating people-centric workplaces, and Cathy Busani of Happy on playing to your strengths at work.
It is aimed at senior leaders and managers who want to transform their workplace, with a focus on giving real examples that people can takeaway and implement at their organisation.
“We are looking for real stories and examples that people can apply in their own workplace. We will be exploring the ways Happy’s clients have implemented the ideas of The Happy Manifesto, as well as others who believe in these ideas,” says Henry Stewart.
The first episode will launch on 12th January, alongside a launch party on 12th January at 17:00 UK time (held on Zoom). Following episodes will be released fortnightly.
“My mission is to create a world where a happy workplace is the norm and not the exception. There are too many organisations out there which are frustrating to work in, and lead to stress and even poor mental health. This podcast is about helping to make that possible – to spread real stories and ideas about how you can create a happy workplace.”
“I didn’t believe that you could have a happy workplace until I experienced it first-hand,” says Maureen Egbe. “Realising that it doesn’t have to be that hard was a game changer for me. I believe it’s time to shake things up to bring Joy everywhere including the workplace. With The Happy Manifesto Podcast, we hope to shine a light on ideas and strategies from experts who have successfully applied them. I’m committed to helping create happy and productive workplaces for everyone.”
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About Henry Stewart
Henry is founder and Chief Happiness Officer of London-based learning provider Happy Ltd. Happy is one of the top Great Place to Work in the UK and top 15 in Europe, and helps other organisations to create happy workplaces.
Henry is founder and Henry was listed in the Guru Radar of the Thinkers 50 list of the most influential business thinkers in the world. “He is one of the thinkers who we believe will shape the future of business,” explained list compiler Stuart Crainer.
His book, The Happy Manifesto, was published by Kogan Page in 2013 and short-listed for business book of the year.
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About Maureen Egbe
Maureen Egbe is a senior facilitator and confidence activator with Happy Ltd. She has over 10 years’ experience of delivering digital training and confidence coaching to organisations and solopreneurs.
Maureen initially joined Happy in 2012 initially as an IT Trainer. She now supports facilitators as a Multiplier and Mentor, encouraging everyone to be their best selves. She is also a qualified TPMA assessor, helping to maintain the quality of Happy’s workshops.
Most of Maureen’s time is spent facilitating and supporting learners on their Leadership and Management apprenticeship journey. In 2021 she designed a new ‘Global Majority Apprenticeship Programme’ specifically for Black, Asian and Ethnic Majority managers.
Maureen enjoys helping people navigate the challenges that workplaces and businesses can bring. She is passionate about supporting people to overcome the blocks that stops or slows them down from achieving their goals, their potential and their success.
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