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The Science of Happiness at Work

Thursday, October 25, 2012 12:00pm - 1:00pm EDT  
Host: Association for Talent Development
By: Diane Scott, Founding Member & Global Partner, iOpener Institute for People & Performance

What drives you to be happy at work and why does it matter? The iOpener Institute and ASTD are giving you the opportunity to take an evidence-based benchmarked assessment. This new and unique tool will offer you personal insights and an understanding of how to leverage happiness at work for yourself, your teams and your organizations.


But why does it matter? Our empirical data shows Happiness at Work drives increased performance, productivity and a sense of achieving potential.  Seven years of research and development have resulted in ROI-linked metrics that enable orgs, teams and individuals to assess the status quo, analyze the results then act on the findings. 


Join Diane Scott, iOpener's United States Global Partner, for this webcast to learn about this science and find out about practical and measurable solutions for complex issues that affect performance in the workplace, what you can do within your organizations and for yourself.


Here is a link to the iOpener home page, click the “Take the survey” link to complete your personal survey.
www.iopenerinstitute.com

  

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Diane Scott
Diane Scott

Founding Member & Global Partner, iOpener Institute for People & Performance

As an experienced consultant in strategic and transformational change, Diane has an extensive background in helping organizations, teams and people develop and succeed. Her work, like that of the iOpener Institute, is grounded in a coaching approach as it enables everyone to own, wrestle with, and resolve their issues. She is particularly interested in how everyone can identify and drive towards achieving their potential for their personal benefit, and that of their organization too.

Diane has a wide-ranging background within various business, healthcare and university settings. Her extensive understanding of both leadership development and conflict has been widely recognized throughout the United States.

As the former Program Director for a national health organization, she led the initiatives in healthcare design and organizational conflict education and has authored over fifty national publications regarding conflict, leadership development, performance, productivity and business strategy. Serving as graduate faculty at Loyola, New Orleans, Diane also specializes in coursework in human resource management and advance finances. She is a graduate of Georgetown University's Leadership Coaching program.
 


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