“When leaders and organisations prioritise employee happiness, the productivity levels of their people increase, their staff retention improves and their battle for talent eases as people clamber to work for them.”
Founder of The Work Happy Well-Being Project, Katherine Tiddy, created the project as a way of helping people and companies work happy. It has one simple mission: Happy, engaged, productive working lives for all.
Katherine believes that time spent at work needs to be spent happy, and therefore developed a 6-week programme to help focus on the creation of happy work habits. This includes online group sessions taught by experts in sleep, nutrition, fitness, yoga, mindfulness, and productivity. Founded by scientific research, this programme aims to create happiness that sticks, and provides life-long support.
Considering how important workplace wellbeing is to the 3 Barrington Road ethos, and with World Mental Health Day approaching on 10th October, we asked Katherine to provide some tips to a happy and healthy work life. Keep an eye on our social media for her Top Tips!