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Paperback What Happy Companies Know: How the New Science of Happiness Can Change Your Company for the Better Book

ISBN: 0137011687

ISBN13: 9780137011681

What Happy Companies Know: How the New Science of Happiness Can Change Your Company for the Better

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Happy companies are winning companies. Well-adjusted, psychologically healthy companies collaborate better. They innovate more effectively. They change faster. They see reality with exceptional... This description may be from another edition of this product.

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Cheerful scientific take on employee contentment

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. We strongly recommend 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.

What Happy Companies Know:

There is a new and better way to work nowadays that allows more freedom and flexiblity in people's lives. This newfound freedom and flexibility is a counterbalance to the faster paced, more complicated lives we live. The success stories in this book shed light on how various companies are investing more trust in their employees -- and their investment is enjoying a great ROI in individual and group productivity. Joe Phelps

Ethical vision for a successful future.

There's an unmistakable sense of energy that quickly becomes evident in all well-run companies. We all see it when we interact with them, and, more importantly, we all know when it's missing. "What Happy Companies Know" describes how senior management with strong core values and an honest interest in their employees' welfare build happy companies that retain their best employees. Humble, ethical managers with a sense of vision can build a strong team dynamic in their companies, as employees enthusiastically take ownership of their goals. This book is well researched and clearly written. It's peppered with interesting real-life drama, as we see how some companies have failed miserably in understanding and implementing these important concepts. Companies of all sizes will be well advised to make sure that all of their managers understand and accept the principles so well explained in this book. It's a recipe for success!

What Happy Companies Know

"What Happy Companies Know" expands on the idea that organizational happiness is crucial to success. This book gives examples on how to achieve this happiness in your company and how to implement these plans. This book is designed to give company executives and owners ways to have a positive focus and highly motivated approach on the future. The authors demonstrate how high quality values and ethics of businessmen and women can help to unlock the talents and creativity of their employees thus making a company happier and more successful.

Outstanding!

"What Happy Companies Know" book grabbed my attention by the first chapter with a riveting (true) boardroom story made me understand how something like Enron could have happened. Readers will learn not only how to improve companies, but why this is essential and profitable. The authors show how companies who play the game by the rules can actually win. This book is an outstanding roadmap to building a happy company.
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