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3 Hacks For A Happier Workplace

Podcast with Jennifer Moss

DELIVERED BY The Wellbeing Lab

Today’s Guest:

Today we’re talking to Jennifer Moss, who’s a researcher, Co-founder of Plasticity Labs, and a member of the Workplace Happiness Group at the United Nations Global Happiness Council. She is considered to be a Workplace Culture Expert and Thought Leader on the topic of happiness and emotional intelligence, and is author of the bestselling book Unlocking Happiness at Work.

In this conversation, Jen guides us through the seven traits that enable happy and high performing employees and offers simple happiness hacks any workplace can use to help improve people’s wellbeing.  She also cautions us about the happiness inhibitors that can bring us unstuck and why being happy at work doesn’t mean avoiding stress or sadness.

Connect with Jennifer Moss:

Website: https://plasticitylabs.com/

You’ll Learn:

  • [02:38] – Jen discusses the traits needed for people to be happy and effective at work.
  • [07:27] – Jen talks about how paying attention to the little things can have a big impact on productivity.
  • [10:27] – Jen explains how you can utilize technology to better engage with staff, and learn what’s happening in the workplace.
  • [12:12] – Jen talks about the three R’s of building habits and why habits don’t get created in 21 days.
  • [14:45] – Jen gives examples of how to create habits that help improve wellbeing.
  • [19.21] – Jen explains how to make changes at work a more positive experience.
  • [21:44] – The lightning round with Jennifer Moss

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Until next time, take care!  Thank you Jen!

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