Duration: 1 - 2 hours

Our keynotes are entertaining and serious at the same time. They contain practical exercises that engage and energize participants and let them experience the message – not just hear it. There is a constant shift between presentation, videos, reflection, dialog and exercises so that participants receive the message in many different forms.


The keynote gives participants everything they need to start creating a happier and more productive workplace, including:

  • Knowledge about happiness at work based on the latest research.

  • Specific tools they can start using right away. We demonstrate several of those tools as part of the keynote.

  • The energy and will to actually make a change.

  • A great, positive shared experience.


The exact contents depend on your group’s needs and interest. We will go through the most important points about happiness at work and give participants a solid grounding on the topic. 


We can include many specific topics on the keynote, depending on the group’s needs and interests. Some of the most requested topics are:


  • CHANGES: Many companies face a rapid rate of large scale change due to eg. mergers, reorganizations or growth. This often creates uncertainty and stress making employees unhappy. But it doesn’t have to. Learn how to keep the organization happy even in the face of large-scale changes.

  • BUSYNESS: Most workplaces are busy these days and it can be devastating to employees to see that there is always too much to do and that no matter how hard or effectively they work, they keep falling behind. We give tips and tools on how to deal positively with busyness and stay happy at work even when things get really busy.

  • CRISIS: Crisis, cost cuts and layoffs normally lead to a massive decline in happiness at work. And what’s worse, this can become self-reinforcing so that the frustration and stress creates a vicious cycle where the creativity, energy and enthusiasm required to lift the organization out of the crisis is drowned out by hopelessness and complaining. We show you how to avoid this and also share why happy workplaces are much more likely to survive and potentially even thrive in tough times.

  • MUCH BETTER MEETINGS:Have you ever come out of a meeting and thought “I want those two hours of my life back?” Employees and managers spend more and more time in meetings but unfortunately much of that time is wasted leading to inefficiency and unhappiness. We will give you the recipe for meetings that are not only more fun but also accomplish much more in a lot less time.

  • PERFORMANCE THROUGH HAPPINESS: Many workplaces are trying to introduce a performance culture but often face resistance because employees see it as a sign of control and lack of trust. We will show you how to create a performance culture that actually increases employee happiness and leads to higher satisfaction and better results.

  • FEEDBACK: PRAISE, RECOGNITION AND CRITICISM: Feedback – both positive and negative – is essential for creating a happier workplace but many workplaces struggle with this. We show you how to make feedback (especially praise and recognition) an ingrained part of the culture.