Welcome to this week's episode, we have the privilege of speaking with Annicken R. Day, a pioneer in the field of culture strategy and a transformation specialist dedicated to revolutionizing the way companies approach their organizational culture. With over two decades of experience as Chief Culture Officer for Tandberg, Culture Strategist for Cisco, and Founder and CEO of Corporate Spring, Annicken has trained and inspired leaders and teams worldwide on how to build thriving and high-performing cultures that foster creativity and joy.
Her expertise has been recognized by none other than Adam Grant, Wharton Professor and #1 New York Times bestselling author of THINK AGAIN, who has called her a 'gifted' transformation specialist. Annicken and her team have developed the science-based Corporate Spring Model, which has yielded remarkable results in terms of engagement, retention, and business performance for their global clients.
But Annicken's passion for creating positive change doesn't stop at the corporate world. Her latest venture, Happy Life Happy Work, offers inspiring online courses and live sessions that help individuals create more happiness, joy, and success in their personal and professional lives. She believes that realizing we always have a choice in how we respond to life's challenges is the greatest gift we can give ourselves.
Annicken is also a bestselling author of the debut novel "Fly, Butterfly," an inspiring personal and professional metamorphosis story inspired by her own transformational journey. In today's episode, we'll delve deeper into Annicken's unique perspective on life, mindset, and happiness, including how her own experience with cancer has shaped her outlook. Join us as we explore the intersection of culture, mindset, and personal growth with the remarkable Annicken R. Day. Let's dive in!
In this episode, Annicken and I explore the questions and issues around the following:
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