The Happy Manifesto

Podcast

The Happy Manifesto Podcast

Hosted by Henry Stewart and Maureen Egbe

The Happy Manifesto podcast launched on 12th January. This is the podcast for 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.

Henry and Maureen interview leadership gurus about their ideas and leaders of organisations who have used The Happy Manifesto principles to create happy workplaces. Previous guests have included leadership guru Tom Peters, Helen Sanderson MBE (founder and CEO of Wellbeing Teams), Lisa Gill (host of the Leadermorphosis podcast), and Liz Wiseman (author of Multipliers and Impact Players).

Going from startup to scale-up takes strategic planning and insight, along with a real understanding of employee happiness. Plus, crafting great job descriptions and letting people make their own decisions...
Employee happiness makes a big contribution to a company’s success, as can self-management. But how do you know what’s really working, driving the business forwards, and helping it meet its...
A four-day work week doesn’t simply lead to longer weekends. When implemented right, organisations can maintain the same level of productivity, and give their employees significant – and measurable –...
Before chasing the latest technologies or trends, organisations need to focus on building a strong foundation and core capabilities. They need a culture that encourages learning, collaboration, and transparency, and...
Creating democratic workplaces lead to accelerated growth and a culture that people love. By giving power to employees and treating them with dignity and fairness, companies can tap into the...
A culture of trust, empowerment and respect towards employees leads to a successful and sustainable business model, higher levels of customer satisfaction, and a happy workplace. That ethos has been...
Creating a culture of psychological safety is crucial for organisations. By fostering an environment where people feel safe to speak up, share their ideas, and take intelligent risks, companies can...
Ricardo Semler’s radical book Maverick is now 30 years old. Happy was an early adopter of some of its key principles, and when software company cofounder Zahid Malik was looking for implementation...

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