The data from Gallup’s latest World Happiness Report shows that well-being and happiness among Americans actually declined in all 50 states between 2009 and 2017. Although salary and other economic factors play important roles, once basic needs are met, well-being is determined by positive relationships, engagement, health, and a personal sense of meaning, purpose, and accomplishment. “About one in eight workers […] are psychologically committed to their jobs and likely to be making positive contributions to their organizations,” Gallup noted. “The bulk of employees worldwide […] lack motivation and are less likely to invest discretionary effort in organizational goals or outcomes.” Progressive companies recognize this and are investing in the personal development and well-being of their employees. Happier employees create transformation, bring creative ideas to the table, exude a positive energy, and are more inclined to find solutions. But the average employee juggles family life, kids, finances, health, work, and personal time, resulting in little to no energy to produce exceptional results. This workshop outlines the six pillars to a thriving life and offers strategies and practices for optimal well-being and success. When employees find alignment within their own lives, they can better align with one another, creating stronger teams and propelling your company to the next level.
Presented by LAUREN SWEENEY, Speaker| Confidence Creator| Mindset Trainer.
Lauren is an activator and a creative thinker with a heart for public service. Disciplined, coachable, and goal-oriented, she is driven by challenges and has a passion for leadership development and collaboration. She has advanced coaching certifications from the Direct Sales World Alliance (DSWA) along with a Bachelor's of Science in Community and Regional Development from UC Davis. While there, Lauren also earned the Charles Hess Community Service Award for her efforts in the community. Lauren has served as an Ambassador for the Brea Chamber for several years and enjoys supporting businesses with marketing, and confidence/leadership development. Serving as a trainer of trainers for the California Association of Student Councils for many years, Lauren thrives on mentoring via asking questions, actively listening, and being a positive example of what she teaches.