Leading with Positive Emotions: Tools to Increase Team Happiness AND Engagement

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Thursday, March 21, 2019
12:00pm— 1:00pm
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Career Development Webinar Series

with featured speaker 
Eric Karpinski, The Happiness Coach (WG ’01), Positive Psychology Keynote Speaker, Happiness Advantage, Master Trainer

Over 20 years of positive psychology research has shown that happier employees and happier teams are more engaged and productive at work. Employees who are primed with certain activated positive emotions throughout their work day build stronger relationships and are more committed, resilient, and enthusiastic. 

Join us for this special WHCMAA Career Development Webinar to learn:

  • How happiness improves engagement, innovation, and work performance
  • Why not all positive emotions drive employee engagement
  • Tools to find more personal happiness at work
  • How to spread the right positive emotions to optimize team engagement and performance

Eric Karpinski, WG ’01, has been on the cutting edge of bringing positive psychology tools to workplaces across North America for nearly a decade. In his programs, he shares powerful psychology and neuroscience research that shows that happiness leads to success, not the other way around. He has 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. His clients include: IBM, Intel, Facebook, TIAA, T-Mobile, Eli Lilly, Nationwide, Genentech, and many others.  

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.


Fee and Registration:

  • Participation is free to Dues Paying Members of the WHCMAA and Current WHCM Program Students Only RSVP Here
  • Others are welcome to participate for a $25 fee Purchase Ticket Below