Happiness in Action


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Happiness in Action: Energy Sources for Peak Performance. “This program has fresh approach to the eternal questions of managing youself and others. Even experienced top-managers will find new perspective here. You will rethink your experience and bring your leadership to a new level”.
Anjelika Vikulova, HR Director Wimm-Bill-Dann, Saint-Petersburg, Russia

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Happiness in Action

  1. 1. Happiness in ActionEnergy Sources for Peak Performance Corporate Program
  2. 2. Program objectivesSuccessful professionals needenergy, drive and passion fortheir work.Program is designed to helpparticipants:1. Find and master the sources of energy in their work2. Learn to create drive and enthusiasm for peak performance in their teams3. Get power and energy for meeting organizational goals
  3. 3. Program historyIn the last 6 years more than 3000 managers from Russia, USA, Lithuania,Finland, Armenia and New Zealand participated in the program.Here are several companies that organized Happiness in Action program for theirmanagers:
  4. 4. Program elementsAction map: diagnostics using themodel of "7 sources of energy atwork". Every participant gets areport-map of their strengths anddevelopment areas. Participant seetheir sources of energy at work andfind out where they are loosingenergy. They will understand what Позитивis important for them to develop.Factor 1. Optimism philosophy:tools and practices for developingphilosophy of optimism that willhelp to work and get outstandingresults in most difficult conditions.Participants will learn to moldstress and pressure into sources ofpower and drive. They will practicecreating atmosphere of optimism intheir teams.
  5. 5. Program elementsFactor 2. Flow state - peakperformance, joyful action, drive andtotal concentration. Participants willlearn to enter this state at will and use itin their work. They will understand howto help their teams to work in this stateof full engagement. They will studystrategic and tactical approaches to theflow states and will get a set of toolsand practices to work with it.Factor 3. Meaning: Participants willlearn to set motivating goals forthemselves and their teams. They willmaster practices of finding meaning inevery action at work and understandhow to turn boring everyday workassignments into interesting andmeaningful engagements.
  6. 6. Program elementsFactor 4. Action learning: participants willfind out how to turn their work into the path ofa Master. They will find ways to acceleratetheir own professional growth and that oftheir team-members. They will study thelearning strategies of the best professionals.They will see how you can find interest inwork that you seem to know thoroughly andprevent "professional burnout".Factor 5. Love. Participants will learn how totransform communication at work from thesource of stress into a source of energy.They will see how you can make "rivals" and"enemies" into best teachers and allies. Theywill learn how to give positive feedback tohelp the person grow rather than enjoy thestatus quo. And how to give the correctivefeedback so that it creates changes inbehavior without damaging relationships.
  7. 7. Program elementsFactor 6. Play. Participants will learnhow to do difficult, intense or boringwork in a playful way. They willunderstand how to infuse with playcommunication with "difficult" clientsand colleagues. They will learn totransform pressure of plans andcreate results from "I want" not from "Ihave to".Factor 7. Influence. Participants willlearn to find their circle of influenceand find out how to create thementality of a champion. They will gettools and practices for redirectingpeoples attention from fear of loosingand finding 1000 "why not" reasonsfor trusting yourself and findingcreative solutions in any situation.