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The Happiness Practice
Designed to help individuals improve personal wellbeing, reduce stress and burnout and discover authentic, inside-out happiness, THP is a proprietary methodology based on advanced brain science.
The Burnout Imperative
Left unaddressed and untreated, we see occupational burnout manifesting itself with reduced productivity, decreased quality and safety, increased absenteeism, and other behaviors that have a profoundly negatively influence.
The Benefits of THP
The Happiness Practice (THP) empowers leaders to champion and cultivate individual and organizational happiness while measuring Return On Happiness (ROH).
of workers experience stress-related psychological symptoms regularly.
of U.S. workers feel their jobs are extremely or very stressful.
of employees are very often burned out or stressed in the workplace.
the annual cost of workplace stress due to employee absences and healthcare costs
THP has enabled organizations to cultivate competitive advantage by helping individuals reduce stress and burnout by discovering and developing authentic, inside-out happiness. In addition to achieving specific business objectives, we’re happy to report our clients continue to experience significant increases in engagement, customer satisfaction and other KPIs.
“The Happiness Practice has integrated into our team. We definitely have more compassion for one another, which helps us get more accomplished together.”
“I love The Happiness Practice and feel that it’s a way my company shows me that they actually care about me. In fact, I find it I use it as much at home, improving both my home life and my work life.”
“I have so much compassion for people without The Happiness Practice. I notice how disempowered they act and realize I used to act that way myself.”
“The Happiness Practice helped me release control over tactics and made my team so much more effective. They stepped up their game so I could take on an even more strategic role.”