Happiness in the Workplace with Samantha Clarke

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Samantha has developed a robust approach to happiness in the workplace that involves and engages founders, leaders and teams in developing a sustainable culture, building better relationships and creating skilled leaders that can keep their employees happy, so that the company grows successfully.

Samantha’s happiness in the workplace training varies from 90-minute taster sessions to six-month in-depth programmes. Her focus is to work on creating a harmonious working environment, where employees are inspired, enthused and happy. Within the sessions she covers the following areas:

  • How happy is your company and why you should care?
  • The importance of work happiness and the various facets
  • Strategies for company growth and employee happiness
  • Potential impacts on your leaders and teams to create lasting change and achieve company visions, goals and ambitions

As an ORSC relationship coach, strategist and culture loving change-maker, Samantha specialises in untangling sticky areas such as values and visions, cross-cultural and communication differences, distance relationship building, company culture design and conflict resolution to promote greater change and growth. She eats, sleeps and breathes all facets of the tech, creative and finance industries and has spent her time delivering significant results for clients in areas like executive & team coaching, mentoring, leadership development and culture & organisational design.

Samantha helps fast growth companies create a sustainable culture, build better relationships and equip founders and team leaders with skills and processes to keep their employees happy so that companies grow successfully. She believes that engaged, positive, happy employees directly impact on business performance – as well as business growth and profitability. She works frequently with fast growth tech companies like DADI+ but past clients also include Proctor & Gamble, Barclays, American Express, Pizza Hut and Harrods.


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