The Happiness Advantage: The Seven Principles of Positive Psychology That Fuel Success and Performance at Work

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Price
$28.00  $26.04
Publisher
Crown Currency
Publish Date
Pages
256
Dimensions
6.5 X 9.38 X 0.95 inches | 1.01 pounds
Language
English
Type
Hardcover
EAN/UPC
9780307591548

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About the Author

Shawn Achor is one of the world's leading experts on happiness, success, and potential. His research has graced the cover of Harvard Business Review, and his TED Talk is one of the most popular of all time, with more than 15 million views. Shawn spent twelve years at Harvard before bringing this research to nearly half the Fortune 100, as well as places like the Pentagon, impoverished schools in Africa, and the White House. His research has also been published in top psychology journals and featured in the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal, Forbes, and Fortune. His interview with Oprah Winfrey and his PBS program have been seen by millions. He now serves on the World Happiness Council and continues his research.

Reviews

Praise for Shawn Achor and The Happiness Advantage

"Achor transports us to his virtual classroom, a journey along which we glean the seven secrets of happiness. The Happiness Advantage reveals the most important discoveries coming out of modern psychology."--Rom Brafman, bestselling co-author of Sway and Click

"Thoughtfully lays out the steps to increasing workplace positivity."--Forbes

"Powerful . . . A supremely important book for anyone in management . . . accessible [and] easy to read."--Medium

"A big star . . . a world-famous expert."--New York Times

"Shawn Achor is funny, self-deprecating, and devastating to my notions of what his field is all about. . . . I'm butter to his knife."--Boston Globe

"Achor bases his training on a burgeoning body of research on the positive psychology movement, which emphasizes instilling resiliency and positive attitudes."--The Wall Street Journal