In this short interview with Learning Now TV, Henry discusses the importance of happy workplaces and the core principles of the Happy Manifesto – and how this has been put into place at Happy.
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“We have found, for instance, that if you let people set their own targets, they set tougher targets and are more likely to achieve them,” explains the GCHQ Head of IT.
My top tips: I think the first one was to name the niggles. Quite often at the beginning of trying to make some change we were trying to solve the problems ourselves, or we were worrying about the things that people were discussing, complaining about – and then we actually had a day that was […]
I put that title in particular when I’m talking at a private sector conference because you ask them “Are you as innovative as the public sector?” and they all go “Oh, of course we are!” and then I tell them this story about how GCHQ has been using these kinds of principles. Somebody from GCHQ […]