There’s no doubt that the most adaptive companies are the ones that’ll thrive. Delivering Happiness helps our clients instill that foundation through culture, and The Fun Dept. provides a methodology to live it.
SAN FRANCISCO and WILMINGTON, Del. (PRWEB) January 04, 2018
As the ROI on employee engagement and happiness continues to gain importance, two leading brands in workplace culture – Delivering Happiness of San Francisco and The Fun Dept. of Wilmington, Del. – have joined forces to make happiness and work engagement a reality from the top down and bottom up for their ever-expanding customer base.
“Research continues to show that happy employees lead to bottom-line business improvement,” said Nick Gianoulis, who started The Fun Dept. more than a decade ago. “This workplace evolution, being spurred by Millennials, who will comprise 75 percent of the workplace by 2025, means that companies that don’t embrace into it, simply will be history.
“The combined strengths of Delivering Happiness and The Fun Dept. means we’re perfectly suited to help companies embrace this new way that companies must attract and retain employees,” Gianoulis added.
The partnership between The Fun Dept. and Delivering Happiness, co-founded by Jenn Lim and Zappos.com CEO Tony Hsieh, offers companies a blended solution to a more engaged, productive workforce and therefore, tangible business results.
As Delivering Happiness’ Lim explains, “There’s no doubt that the most adaptive companies are the ones that’ll thrive. Delivering Happiness helps our clients instill that foundation through culture, and The Fun Dept. provides a methodology to live it.”
Working with leadership, teams and individuals, Delivering Happiness assists clients in developing core values using the psychology of happiness. Once teams are established, The Fun Dept. educates and trains members to make their values come to life.
Delivering Happiness was born out of the same Tony Hsieh-led Zappos experience responsible for dramatically transforming workplaces to show both financial and purposeful gains by focusing on people and culture.
The Fun Dept. Founder Gianoulis says, “We have admired the Delivering Happiness brand for years for their ability to blend the science of happiness with proven ways to drive ROI through purpose, values and sustainable culture.”
He continues, “Linking our services with those of Delivering Happiness will help us to meet customers in the middle of their core values. These values represent a company’s culture DNA and if they don’t get practiced, they are just words.”
About Delivering Happiness
Delivering Happiness launched in 2010 as a book collaboration between Tony Hsieh, CEO of Zappos.com, and Jenn Lim, Zappos culture consultant and CEO of Delivering Happiness. Drawing on philosophies and lessons learned in prioritizing company culture and happiness, the book Delivering Happiness became an international bestseller and movement. Today, the company is a culture “coach-sultancy” that works with organizations to create sustainable cultures that drive tangible results with more passion, purpose, and profits.
For more information, contact:
Jenn Lim, Delivering Happiness
About The Fun Dept.
Founded by Nick Gianoulis in 2006, The Fun Dept. is a consulting and training company that has been featured on CNN, BBC News, TEDx, the Washington Post, and numerous other media outlets. Its clients range from Fortune 100 companies to companies with as few as 10 employees. Known as “The Godfather of Fun,” Gianoulis began his company after experiencing the enhanced culture and business results of fun in the workplace during his 20-year corporate management tenure with a company that embraced a “work hard, play hard” culture. The model he believes so passionately in is fully outlined in the book he co-authored, Playing It Forward (Fun Department), available on Amazon.
Its newest offering is its Box of Fun Club, which provides subscribers with a surprise package containing props, supplies, and instructions for mind games, easy physical challenges, and creative contests curated to support and sustain their values.
For more information, contact:
Nick Gianoulis, The Fun Dept.