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Happy Brain Science: Nixing Negativity, Calming Conflict, and Subduing Stress at Work

Happy Brain Science

60 minutes

How much easier would your HR role be if your people were less negative, less stressed, and weren’t battling each other so much? Solid peer-reviewed science can help you get there. Studies show that happier people are more productive, creative, insightful, engaged, and resilient. They are healthier and work better together.

Join expert Scott Crabtree for this award-winning presentation that has helped DreamWorks Animation, Boeing, Microsoft, Intel, HP, Nike, and many more bring the science of happiness to work. Don’t miss out on what these leading organizations are doing and you can do too!

Attendees will learn

  • Reframe stress so it’s less harmful, and cope effectively with hard times.
  • Reboot your workflow for increased focus and progress.
  • Revitalize relationships to result in more happiness for you and your colleagues.
  • Make happiness contagious in your organization.

Who should attend

  • Managers and leaders
  • Human resources professionals
  • Trainers
  • Organizational development professionals


Scott Crabtree

Scott Crabtree, The Founder and Chief Happiness Officer at Happy Brain Science, believes we all have the potential to thrive at work. He empowers individuals and organizations to apply cutting-edge neuroscience and psychology to boost their moods and their brains on the job. He is also creator of Choose Happiness @ Work which engages adult learners in a unique and powerful way. It is a powerful tool that engages learning, application, humor and team-building in a fun, facilitative experience and it teaches science-based tools in a way that allows people to safely raise and discuss issues, build trust, and boost engagement.

Recent clients include Microsoft, Activision, HP, DreamWorks Animation, Intel, Boeing and Nike. His insights have been quoted in US News and World Report, Fast Company, Inc., InfoWorld, Fortune, and VentureBeat among other publications.

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