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For working adults, business leaders, and HR professionals who want to lead a more fulfilling life, THE SECRETS TO HAPPINESS AT WORK shows how we can thrive at work by making empowered, wise choices about the kind of work we do, the people we work with, and the ways we manage our work-life boundaries.
Perfect for readers of What Color is My Parachute?, expert Tracy Brower sets a foundation by making the case for joyful work and life, pointing to research on personal, family, and child health. From stress and sleep to marriage and child development, joyful work is a critical part of a healthy life.
The book goes on to provide key touchpoints on fundamental human needs and compelling neuroscience that drive our understanding of experiences at work. In addition, the book debunks myths of work and life in order to provide the reader with new ways of thinking about work and life—even if you hate your job.
THE SECRETS TO HAPPINESS AT WORK lays down fundamentals through descriptions of how to create purpose and meaning, and how to find the right match with a company's culture. Tracy emphasizes the power of relationships at work—and the importance of colleagues and coworkers—and how to foster the very best of trust, empathy, and work with others.
THE SECRETS TO HAPPINESS AT WORK explains the growth mindset and how to say yes more often, learn from failure, embrace stress, and stretch to achieve fulfillment.