Chief Happiness Officer
Why should you become a
Chief Happiness Officer?
There is growing evidence that when your employees are happy, your organization thrive.
Please consider just a few key statistics.
One study found that happy employees are up to 20% more productive than unhappy employees. Furthermore, when it comes to salespeople, happiness has an even greater impact,
raising sales by 37%.
So happy employees are good news for organizations: The stock prices of Fortune’s “100 Best Companies to Work for" rose 14% per year from 1998 to 2005, while companies not on the list only reported a 6% increase.
In addition, happier companies have an easier time attracting and retaining talent.
That is why companies should not consider happiness a frivolity. It is a key part of building a successful and sustainable organisation.
What you'll learn
Meet Your Instructor
Meik Wiking is CEO of the Happiness Research Institute, research associate for Denmark at the World Database of Happiness, and founding member of the Latin American Network for Wellbeing and Quality of Life Policies.
Meiks research has been featured in more than five hundred media outlets, including The Washington Post, BBC, Huffington Post, The Times, The Guardian, CBS, Monocle, The Atlantic, and PBS News Hour.
Meik has spoken at TEDx, and his books have been translated into more than fifteen languages. He lives in Copenhagen, Denmark.
Earn your certification
Once you have completed the course you will be issued with a certification from the
The Happiness Research Institute.
The Happiness Research Institute in an independent think tank exploring why some societies are happier than others.
Our mission is to inform corporations and governments about the causes and effects of happiness and help them make policies that will improve quality of life for people across the world.