Be KIND to yourself: how to build the habit of happiness

22nd May 2020 @ 12:00 pm - 1:15 pm
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Explore strategies to help you live a more sustainable and happier life, to celebrate #MentalHealthAwarenessWeek.

About this Event

Explore strategies to help you live a more sustainable and happier life.

Hear from 4 inspirational happiness experts, who will be discussing around the topic of happiness in the workplace.
Speakers
Caroline Emile

Founder of Butterfly Me

Happiness & Fulfilment Coach / Author / International & TEDx Speaker

Caroline is on a mission to inspire and empower individuals on every continent to unleash the best – or butterfly – version of themselves, with a view to creating a happier and more conscious world.

Caroline talks about the power of words and affirmations(especially when speaking to ourselves, including our thoughts/beliefs), and how she harnessed this during her journey with breast cancer .

David Bellamy

Founder and CEO of Happiness Lab.

David’s company, Happiness Lab, tracks how people feel at work every day. For David, happiness is a continuum where at one end we see the causes and effects of people feeling really good and at the other end we see the signs of people struggling and becoming overwhelmed. David shares his high level insights about what he has learned about work from tracking happiness.

Jo Howarth

Founder of The Happiness Club.

With over 20 years of studying mindfulness and hypnotherapy, Jo believes it is a simple choice – that everyone can choose happiness every day. In her session, Jo will be talking about happiness, what it is, what it isn’t, how it is possible for us all to choose it every day and how to actually do that.

Henry Stewart

Founder and Chief Happiness Officer of Happy

Henry’s talk ‘Let’s create happy, productive workplaces’, questions what would your organisation be like if it was focused on making people feel good? This session will explore what people need to be happy and fulfilled at work.

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Part of the Mental Health Awareness Week series of activities find out more here. #MentalHealthAwarenessWeek

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22nd May 2020
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12:00 pm - 1:15 pm
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