Put Happiness to Work: 7 Strategies to Elevate Engagement for Optimal Performance
Eric Karpinski has been on the cutting edge of bringing positive psychology tools to workplaces across North America for nearly 10 years joins Enterprise Radio. He’s the author of the new book “Put Happiness to Work: 7 Strategies to Elevate Engagement for Optimal Performance.”
This episode of Enterprise Radio is in association with the Author Channel.
Listen to host Eric Dye & guest Eric Karpinski discuss the following:
- Tell me your story and how you became passionate about happiness at work.
- You mention in your book that happiness and engagement are connected. What does that mean for me as a leader if I’d to get my teams more engaged?
- You’ve got a strategy about various areas, what are some practical tools to create both more happiness and more engagement with their teams?
- Why are employees having a hard time tapping into meaning in their work? Was it just as much of a problem prior to the pandemic?
- How can we embrace stress and negative emotions for a positive outcome?
Eric Karpinski has been on the cutting edge of bringing positive psychology tools to workplaces across North America for nearly 10 years. In his programs, he shares powerful psychology and neuroscience research that shows that happiness leads to success, not the other way around. He’s helped tens of thousands of people find more happiness at work and helped managers and executives lead with positive emotions to drive team productivity, engagement and performance.
Eric has been a key member of Shawn Achor’s GoodThink team since 2012 as a keynote speaker and a master trainer with Shawn’s Happiness Advantage-Orange Frog corporate training. He developed and implemented the Orange Frog in-house certification program and has trained over 100 facilitators to lead Orange Frog at their organizations.
Eric trained as a scientist at Brown University and has an MBA from the Wharton School of Business. He spent a 15-year career as a management consultant, venture capitalist, and executive in the biopharma industry. He was at the juncture of business and medical science translating complex research to non-scientists in an accessible, dynamic, and thought-provoking way.
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