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Paperback / ISBN-13: 9781035414772

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Take control of your career and rediscover joy in your work with this programme from a leading happiness expert.

In The Work Happiness Method, positive psychologist and career coach Stella Grizont uses simple, evidence-based tools from positive psychology, neuroscience, and leadership research to create a programme that is doable, fresh and interesting – whether you’re a seasoned executive or recent university graduate.

If you are feeling dissatisfied, bored, miserable or just unenthusiastic about your work, it is not all your fault. But it is your responsibility to do something about it, to take control of your own engagement, happiness and wellbeing at work. Through her proven step-by-step system “The Work Happiness Method” (offered to over 1400 people in 31 countries), Stella Grizont guides employees on how to take control of their careers and themselves through 8 key inner skills:

– Resilience: how to manage your mind and mood to stay focused and grounded no matter what
– Clarity: how to develop your unique definition of success, your vision
– Purpose: how to make values based decisions with confidence
– Boundaries: how to manage your time and relationships to prevent burnout and live your vision
– Discovery: how to explore opportunities within and beyond your role to most engage you.
– Play: how to deal with fear and uncertainty and step into flow
– Courage: how to master difficult conversations and communicate your needs before it’s too late (even if you’re non-confrontational)
– Focus: how to set the right goals, prioritize, and achieve (even if you fall off track)

The Work Happiness Method is ideal for today’s modern economy of remote work, ruthless competition, and constant change. There is no corporate BS or big picture commentary about adapting to the new economy, this is very much a roll up your sleeves and figure things out yourself approach to loving your work.