The benefits of having a happy workplace

Stephanie Davies, CEO at Laughology Learning and Development, argues that happiness is key to a successful and sustainable organisation.

Until a few years ago, it’s fair to say that a lot of leaders in the corporate world viewed the concept of happiness in the workplace with cynicism. Reward was about salary and financial perks. Engagement and wellbeing did not belong in the workplace. Thankfully, since those happiness dark ages there has been a renaissance, and today most successful companies realise...

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