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Excellence Chat with Dr. Adam Stoehr
How to be Happier at Work - Part 2 - Covid-19, Day 9999

Hosted by Excellence Canada and led by our very own Dr. Adam Stoehr, this webinar provides tips and strategies on how to stay happy at work while working from home.

Part 1, a couple months back, tied these 3 abstract concepts into practical "work from home" happiness energizers:
1) Create a Quarantine Cup
2) Grow out your hair
3) Learn Alexander Hamilton on the Piano

Part 2, on July 9, will share 3 more strategies, now that we are approaching “day 9999” of the pandemic.

1) You Need to love “Sweet Home”
- sharing research about the benefits of working from home

2) You need to “Cut your own Hair”
- sharing research about autonomy and setting your own path

3) You need to “Get a basketball net”
- sharing research about the value of staying active

A new song parody called: "Sweet Home in my Pajamas" to the tune of Sweet Home Alabama will also debut!

Anyone at any level in the organization can benefit from Dr. Stoehr’s insights about how to stay focused at work with high levels of satisfaction, engagement, and morale.

Link to part 1: https://excellence.ca/excellence-chat-with-dr-adam-stoehr/

Jul 9, 2020 11:00 AM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Dr. Adam Stoehr
Vice President - Educational Services @Excellence Canada
Adam Stoehr has overall responsibility for Excellence Canada's educational services, including the development and deployment of training and certification. He is one of Excellence Canada's primary facilitators and speakers. He researches and typically speaks about strategy, employee happiness, organizational excellence, customer experience, leadership, process improvement and all forms of quality management. Adam has delivered talks for more than 25,000 adults and has conducted more than 20 Canada Awards for Excellence award verifications since 2000. He has a PhD in Business Strategy from the University of the West of England, Bristol Business School. His published thesis explores the relationship between a strategic approach to quality and employee happiness. He also holds a Master of Business Administration (MBA) from the Rotman School of Management at the University of Toronto and a Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) and French degree from Wilfrid Laurier University.