Silvia Garcia, is a renowned expert on Happiness with the vision to transform lives through the science of happiness applied to the economy, workplace, politics, and education. For more than 10 years Silvia traveled the world to learn about happiness from the best researchers and masters, such as the founder of Positive Psychology, Martin Seligman; the Happiest Man on Earth, Matthieu Ricard, or the Prime Minister of Buthan, the first country to decide to measure Gross Domestic Happiness. Silvia brings the knowledge of all disciplines together: positive psychology, economy, sociology, anthropology, medicine, and neuroscience. This unique approach gives people and organizations an unknown depth of knowledge and tools to improve their happiness. She is the founder and CEO of Happiest Places to Work and Feel:)Logic, two organizations that help measure and grow happiness, and that certify organizations as "Happy Places to Work". Silvia also trains and certifies Chief Happiness Officers, and helps organizations use the latest science of happiness to create the conditions for employees and citizens to flourish, increase customer satisfaction, reduce absenteeism by half and double innovation and creativity. She is a World Authority in Happiness and is annually invited to discuss the annual report on happiness commissioned by the United Nations.
As former Global Director of the Happiness Institute of Coca-Cola, Silvia helped Coca-Cola use the science of emotions in Marketing and Communication while sharing all knowledge with society. Campaigns based on the science of happiness became some of the most memorable. She also increased the level of energy, happiness and emotional well being of Coca-Cola employees.
Silvia is a demanded keynote speaker on the learning and applications on the science of happiness.
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