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Presenter: Dr Paul Corona, Dr. Corona is a clinical professor of leadership in the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University.
Let’s be honest, most of us would like to be a little happier. It’s a natural human desire. Unfortunately, it’s also natural for us to do things that actually decrease our happiness. When interacting with others we tend to tell, talk and take too much. Telling, talking and taking don’t make us happier – asking, listening and giving do. Ask, listen and give. These three simple habits strengthen our relationships with others, and stronger relationships (not more fame, fortune or achievement) are the real keys to greater happiness.
In this fast-paced BPITalk, we’ll:
» Identify our happiness levels
» Consider research
» Hear the story of Lee
» Learn about habits 1, 2 and 3
» Plan to move forward and stay on track
» Commit to one e-mail and one person