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The Science of Happiness On-Demand Master Class

Evidence-Based Practices for Canadian Employers

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The Science of Happiness

Happiness is an essential ingredient in a life well-lived. In addition to making us feel good, studies have found that happiness can improve mental health, well-being, work outcomes, relationships, and longevity.

So, it’s time to bring on the smiles!

90-minute on-demand Master Class

Canadian happiness researcher Dr. Gillian Mandich explains what it means to be happy, what key factors influence happiness, and how you can boost happiness during times of adversity.

Learning objectives:
  • Understand how to cope with uncertainty, navigate ambiguity and change, and better manage stress
  • Acquire the skills to respond to challenges more effectively, make the most out of mental resources, and create positive relationships in the workplace
  • Apply practical, evidence-based solutions to elevate happiness at work, increase employee engagement, improve productivity, and inspire innovation
  • Learn how to incorporate “small bursts of joy” into each day!

Participants leave with practical knowledge, confidence, and effective tools to create more opportunities for happiness in their life and at work.

There is no secret to happiness, but there is a science to it!

Original air date: May 10, 2022

Guest speaker: Dr. Gillian Mandich

Dr. Gillian Mandich is an award-winning, internationally recognized happiness researcher, speaker, educator, and author. In all her work, Dr. Mandich brings academic research to life by combining the latest research, real-world wisdom, and an engaging style to provide practical, evidence-based solutions that empower people to live happier healthier lives.

With a Ph.D. from Western University in Health Science, Dr. Mandich’s primary areas of research are happiness and health. She is the founder of The International Happiness Institute of Health Science Research, Research Associate at The World Database of Happiness, based out of Erasmus University Rotterdam in the Netherlands; and was recently named one of Canada’s Top 100 Most Powerful Women.