Work Happier
with Nic Marks
Wednesday, 18 May 2022
19:00-20:00
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How happy are you at work?

Work is a big part of life, but not something we always associate with happiness. Yet happy people are successful people - and organisations with happy people perform better.

Nic Marks is a happiness expert, statistician and trained therapist on a mission to improve people’s quality of life. At this special event, Nic will share how we can be happier at work and help to create happier workplaces for those around us too. 

Nic will also explain how promoting sustainable happiness should be the aim of people and nations everywhere, building on the findings from his ground-breaking Happy Planet Index which has had worldwide attention ever since his famous TED talk watched by millions.

The event will take place on Zoom at 7pm London time (GMT).

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About The Speaker

Nic Marks is a world-renowned expert in happiness and wellbeing. He founded the Centre for Wellbeing at the New Economics Foundation, where his pioneering work included the Five Ways to Wellbeing and Happy Planet Index. He was a founder board member of Action for Happiness since before its launch and is now founder director of Friday Pulse which provides innovation solutions to help organisations maximise happiness at work.

The event will be hosted by Dr Mark Williamson from Action for Happiness.

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