Simple Management Steps to Increasing Productivity
Start Date: 19 Nov 2015
Start Time: 6:00 PM
End Time: 9:00 PM
Duration: 3 hours
Venue: Happy Ltd, 3rd Floor, 9 Alie Street, London, E1 8DE › View map
Member price: £12.00
Non-member price: £18.00
Students price: £6.00
Event Capacity: Full
The UK is suffering from a crisis of productivity. Despite disagreement in management circles about whether or not happy employees are more productive, Henry Stewart has a significant body of evidence that supports the premise and he will share this with delegates.
Discover the secrets of creating a happy, productive workplace
Learn key lessons from the world's great workplaces: Be challenged, explore different ways of working and leave with actions you can put in place straight away.
- How a focus on happy employees can drive business results - the framework that makes this happen
- Discover when people work at their best, and simple steps to enable that
- How to increase trust and ownership, within clear guidelines
- What Google found are the most important management behaviours
- How to create a structure where the right people are managing
- How to play to your people's strengths to boost engagement and productivity through the business
|| Presentation and Q&A
Henry Stewart is founder and Chief Executive of London-based training business Happy Ltd. Happy was rated one of the top 20 workplaces in the UK for 5 successive years and now helps other organisations create happy workplaces. In 2011 Henry was listed in the Guru Radar of the Thinkers 50 list of the most influential business thinkers in the world. "He is one of the thinkers who we believe will shape the future of business", explained list compiler Stuart Crainer. His book, The Happy Manifesto, was published by Kogan Page in January 2013.
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