Send your boss along to our Happy Workplaces CEO Conference this October!

We want to create happy workplaces – where staff feel trusted, valued, and supported.

Staff should be given freedom within clear guidelines to do their jobs to the best of their ability. Organisations should create and cultivate a ‘no blame’ culture where staff feel able to innovate. Recruitment should be based on the principles of ‘recruit for attitude, train for skill’. Find the right person for the role and then help them to develop the right skills to perform at their best. And managers should people that their staff want to be led by, who can coach and motivate their teams.

And it really works – happy workplaces are more productive, have higher share growth, lower costs, higher staff retention, and higher profits.

When we discuss creating happy workplaces, pretty much everybody agrees with the ideas. But then they say “you need to talk to my Chief Exec.”

So this October we have a Happy Workplace conference solely for CEOs. Send your boss along!

Happy Workplaces CEO Conference is on 17th October with an optional masterclass on 18th October. It will be a great opportunity to network with peers and learn from some inspirational leaders, including:

  • Savannah Sachs, CEO of Birchbox UK, has celebrated 125% year on year growth, making it the fastest-growing market and the number 1 beauty box in the UK
  • Simon Biltcliffe, TED speaker and CEO of Webmart, who will share the secrets of “Marxist capitalism”
  • Dom Monkhouse has built two £30 million businesses from scratch and got both into the best workplace lists
  • Rosie Brown, Managing Director of Cook, will explain how she took her company to be the highest placed manufacturing business in the Sunday Times list
  • The Corporate Rebels, who gave up their jobs to explore the planet to find the most inspiring workplaces
  • Simon Lawson, who grew his family business from 30 to 350 people, based on Servant Leadership

Learn the 8 key habits they discovered. Go on, share this with your boss. It could be the change your organisation needs.

(Also, send me the address for your CEO and I will happily drop a free copy of my book, The Happy Manifesto, in the post to them.)

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