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On this episode of Human Impact Ed talks to Ashish Kothari, author of Hardwired for Happiness and a former partner of global consulting firm McKinsey. 

Ashish is an executive coach, author, consultant and founder of Happiness Squad, a company focused on helping individuals and organizations unleash the power of happiness and wellbeing to achieve their full potential.

He spent 5 years exploring the topic of happiness and human flourishing, reading over 450+ books, listening to 2,000 hours of lectures from thought leaders and formally taking courses in spirituality, ontological coaching, neurosciences, and psychology. He turned into a living laboratory, continuously experimenting with new techniques and practices. 

Talking Points:

  • Creating peak performance at work

  • Helping businesses understand how to create psychological safety at work and how to optimise their workforce.

"Organisations that have employees that are happier, as measured by top places to work, highly engaged organisations, have twice the stock market returns, are 20% more profitable, about 20% more productive, three times more creative and have 65% lower attrition."

  • Developing socialised minds at work

  • Re-connecting to our sentient self

  • Preparing leaders and companies to unlock human potential

  • Being comfortable with failure

  • Exploring the three stages of awareness, the state of being and the power of retreats 

Contact Ashish at

https://happinesssquad.com

  • Instagram
  • Linkedin
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Ed Andrew is the host of Human Impact. Initially a lawyer in London Ed has for the past 20 years been a global entrepreneur. Ed is now one of the world's leading life coaches and business strategists helping people learn how to thrive at home and work. 

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