25 ways to increase employee engagement: workshops

Renata Kałużna, source: International Happiness At Work Institute

As early as June 9, you will be able to take advantage of free online workshops prepared by specialists from the International Happiness At Work Institute. The two-hour training will be devoted to the topic of employee involvement and implementation of the Chief Happiness Officer function in the institution.

The meeting will be hosted by Renata Kałużna, founder of the International Happiness at Work Institute and Dorota Wierzbicka-Kot, an experienced trainer and promoter of the concept of happiness at work. The workshop is part of a campaign to highlight happiness at work as an important aspect of team management. Although the meeting is directed primarily to people in managerial positions, anyone interested in personal development and building a positive atmosphere in the workplace can participate.

“We know a variety of terms for caring for mental comfort with the help of the things we surround ourselves with, the people with whom we spend time, but we remain dependent on external factors, which is our team, for example. We incorrectly assume that we are doomed to think about the workplace as something unpleasant. And it doesn't have to be this way, and this is where a manager with the skills to manage happiness at work can help,” Renata Kałużna, the originator and founder of the International Happiness at Work Institute, said.

Registration for the event: https://www.lp.ihawi.com/25-sposobow-na-zwiekszenie-zaangazowania-pracownikow

(WBJ)


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