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Happiness at Work: 100 Ways to Create a Happy Workplace Culture by [Kjaer Nielsen, Jon]
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Would you describe your workplace as “Happy”?


From the moment you begin each work day, you contribute to its culture. With your behavior, communications and attitude, you can impact your overall happiness and that of your co-workers in the workplace. Taking a few simple and creative actions can all build up to happy workplace culture. 


How? This book offers a 100 ways to choose from.


Penned by Jon Kjaer Nielsen, author, international speaker and podcast host of the HappyWays Podcast, "Happiness At Work: 100 Ways to Create a Happy Workplace Culture" is nothing short of what it claims to be: a manual on how to improve your workplace atmosphere.

Whether you are a CEO looking to improve your firm's workplace culture, a team leader looking to bring your group closer together, or simply a man or woman who wants to improve your own workday, this is a book you can benefit from today.

The author delivers a comprehensive collection of ideas and practical everyday tips, all of which have one clear aim -- to create more happiness in your job, office or workplace. Instead of sticking to theory and generality, Nielsen takes a hands-on approach and uses clear, relatable examples as well as fascinating research findings.

"Happiness At Work: 100 Ways to Create a Happy Workplace Culture" is an invaluable tool anyone could benefit, from entry-level employees to human resources executives and up to the CEOs. Because when it comes down to the workplace, all of these people want the same thing: to be happier.

Last but not least, "Happiness At Work: 100 Ways to Create a Happy Workplace Culture" is designed and written in a clear-cut and modular way. Each of the 100 chapters presents a clear activity to implement for future benefit, so there is plenty to choose from.

Don't spend another moment in an unhappy workplace - grab this book and get started on creating a happy, safe and enjoyable workplace right away.


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  • Format: Kindle Edition
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  • Print Length: 273 pages
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  • Sold by: Amazon Australia Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
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  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #113,720 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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5.0 out of 5 stars Read it today - be happier with your colleagues tomorrow! 20 December 2016
By Anders Boch - Published on Amazon.com
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When I first saw Jon Kjaer Nielsen talk about happiness at work at an ISPE seminar in Gothenburg in 2012, I was amazed by the enthusiasm and knowledge about the subject that he displayed on scene. Now, reading the English version of his book, it is clear that the same enthusiasm and profound knowledge was used when writing this book.

100 tips and tricks for all levels of the organization. They are all well researched with documented success from companies around the world. And best of all, they are described and explained in a straightforward way, that makes you think - hey, this is not so difficult - I can go to work tomorrow and do that!

It is written with a sense of humor while maintaining professionalism. You just want to keep reading. One more - one more - until you reach tip number 100!

Read it, use it and get a happier workplace - I cant wait to get started myself!
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Many old school employers don't treat their staff's happiness as important 7 January 2017
By Michael Light - Published on Amazon.com
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Many old school employers don't treat their staff's happiness as important. "Just get the work done and receive a paycheck!"

This is a mistake that competitors who read this book can exploit by focusing on helping their employees be happy. Because happy employees work better, are more productive, more creative and have longer retention. Just look at companies such as Zappos or Buffer.

There are lots of ideas in this book in short chapters, so it is easy to dip into it for new inspiration. I love the cartoon images that start each chapter too. Clearly the author had a lot of fun with the book.

Time to get happy at work!
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Unique book on workplace happiness: Practical on three levels: Personal, culture and management perspectives and suggestions 20 December 2016
By Christian Orsted - Published on Amazon.com
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Practical and useful tips. Usually this kind of book is stuffed with tips for employees, which makes them dubious from an orgniazational performance perspective - how can you improve happiness and productivity if management doesn't take action? This book is unique in that it is not only practical, but adresses not only your happiness, but also culture (your colleagues) and gives plenty of suggestions for mangement (bosses and boardrooms). Highly recommended!
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Practical tool to use in real worklife. 19 December 2016
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Very informative book. We even had the author invited to a session at work, where several of the "100 ways" were discussed. That is highly recommended. This book is a very helpful tool - easy to understand and easy to act on.
5.0 out of 5 stars This will change your workplace experience for the better (if you let it ) :-) 11 January 2017
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I was introduced to the Danish version of this book a couple of years ago by the author Jon, during a lecture he was doing at my workplace. Jon is a bundle of energy with an abundance of fantastic ideas to help change your workplace experience to a better one. This book has some wacky, amazing, different and useful hints on how you can get started on changing your workplace environment. Already after just implementing a few of the suggested ideas in this book, you will start to see changes and you are (if you implement some of the wackier ideas) guaranteed a few laughs with colleagues as a side effect. I highly recommend this book as a tool when working either on improving your own individual workplace situation or when you are in a position to help improve the workplace situation for others, colleagues and/or friends.