Summary of What Happy Companies Know
How the New Science of Happiness Can Change Your Company for the Better
Don't make fear-driven business decisions. Create a happy workplace and reap the rewards.
The concept of ''happiness'' only recently entered mainstream business thought, although wise executives have long understood the importance of having happy employees. Creating a happier workplace makes everyone's job easier and dramatically increases the bottom line. In this blueprint for corporate health, authors Dan Baker, Cathy Greenberg and Collins Hemingway explain why organizations with empowered and motivated workforces can expect to exceed growth expectations. getAbstract strongly recommends this sensible and indispensable guide that's jam-packed with illustrative examples of the best – and worst – business practices in America. Come on – get happy, for fun and profit.
In this summary, you will learn
- How ''happy companies'' bring out the best in their employees
- How to create a happy environment in your organization
About the Authors
Dan Baker, Ph.D., a psychologist, is a leader in the life coaching and management field. He wrote What Happy People Know: How the New Science of Happiness Can Change Your Life for the Better. Cathy L. Greenberg, Ph.D., is a leadership expert and organizational development consultant. Collins Hemingway, MA, is a business writer and co-author with Bill Gates of Business @ the Speed of Thought.
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