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The Happy Manifesto, with its 10 steps to a great workplace, has received widespread acclaim. Now its author Henry Stewart, founder and CEO of Happy Ltd, has joined with Nigel Paine, ex-head of learning at the BBC and one of the leading figures in the field, to create a unique learning experience.

“Senior executives are busy people and this course is designed to meet their needs”, explained Henry. “We are combining two classroom sessions with live online learning and action learning sets. Those attending will discover how to transform their workplace, learning both from the training and from each other’s experience. Its a new approach and I am very excited to be working with Nigel, with his wealth of experience, on this”.

The first course will run for 11 weeks, starting on 5th September.

More information? Full details here

To book, or for more information, simply email henry@happy.co.uk or call Happy on 0044 20 7375 7300.

Download the Happy Manifesto here or click through for the ten key steps to a great workplace.

Feedback on The Happy Manifesto

“I am looking to use The Happy Manifesto as a foundation for developing our approach to leadership throughout  the Trust and as a vehicle for changing our organisational culture. We are moving into a creative and innovative office to begin to practice the happy philosophy. My managers are equally enthusiastic.”

Stuart Macdonald, Director, Norfolk and Suffolk Probation Trust

“After reading the book I developed a peoples manifesto for Social adVentures involving customers, service users and employees. Now every member of staff, and the partners we work with, gets a copy.”

Scott Darraugh, Chief Executive, Social Adventures

“After reading the Happy Manifesto, I am scrapping my masters thesis approach and adopting one inspired by your story. The stories and application of these ideas and beliefs give me even more hope and more importantly evidence that we can change the nature of business for the good.”

Todd Macdonald

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