Dr Tal Ben-Shahar - Harvard's "Professor Happiness"
Are you happy...I mean are you truly happy? This is a question our guest in this #AskAnExpert podcast has been asking for a long time. Dr Tal Ben-Shahar not only ran the largest and most popular course in the prestigious Harvard University's history, but he has also shared his message that "Happiness Pays" with leaders and teams from massive blue-chip organisations and Fortune 500 companies around the world.
His "Positive Psychology" program is not just a nice idea with a catchy name, but a scientifically backed process and offering.
10 Sep 2014
Business · Society & Culture Hosted and Produced by Gareth Armstrong
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