NSB Logo

Jennifer Moss

Expert on Science-Based Workplace Happiness

Jennifer Moss and her ground-breaking work on the power of happiness is transforming hundreds of schools and companies all over the globe. As the Cofounder of Plasticity Labs, Jennifer heads a tech company that provides organizations with the tools to tap into individual sentiment and increase at-work satisfaction. On stage as a workplace happiness speaker, Jennifer inspires the audience with science-backed insights to improve workplace culture, employee well-being, and performance.

Waterloo, Ontario, Canada

Presentations

The Happiness Economy
Organizational culture answers the question of why do we do what we do. Like community or national culture, organizational culture is an indispensable aspect of any company. It’s the holistic understanding of an organization’s goals and how they will be achieved. After two decades of research, we can prove that there is a direct correlation between a healthy, productive workplace culture and a company’s bottom line. Jennifer will share the current research going on in this space drawing on case studies of companies who see culture as a mission-critical effort. The audience will learn how these successful companies are fostering workplace happiness, tracking their success, and leave with adaptive frameworks they can take back to their own organizations.

How to be Disruptive: A Five Step Process to Staying Relevant
This presentation examines the most innovative and successful examples of workplace cultures around the globe. Drawing from her experience working with the UN on workplace well-being, along with her collaborations with early-stage startups in Silicon Valley, Jennifer explores new strategies organizations can use to remain competitive, relevant, and ready for the workforce of the future.

From the data-driven approach to measuring happiness at work in Dubai, to building compassionate start-ups in New York, to engaging micro-chips at workplaces born out of a project at MIT – this internationally-inspired presentation will tackle it all.

Bringing a unique perspective as a Cofounder of a first-in-category tech start-up, Jennifer will answer the burning questions surrounding ethics, shifting HR boundaries and tactical plans required to build a disruptive culture for the workplace of the future.

The HERO Generation – Unlocking Happiness in Schools
Jennifer and her research team developed the HERO Generation Program to build up the psychological skills of everyone involved in the education system. Based on a happiness model rooted in neuropsychology, the program focuses on the emotional traits that are represented in the happiest and highest performing people in the world: Hope, Efficacy, Resilience, Optimism, Gratitude, Empathy, and Neuronal control (mindfulness). In this presentation, Jennifer will provide research outcomes through real-world examples from teachers, administrators, and students. She shares the successes and the pitfalls of disrupting one of the oldest institutions in the world, and what tangible actions educators can take to bring elements of the HERO teachings back to their school ecosystem.

The Emotionally Intelligent Leader
We used to think IQ was the best determinant of a person’s likelihood for success. Now, we have scientific evidence that proves otherwise. As we understand more about emotional intelligence and how it plays into the cultural makeup of some of the most innovative companies, it’s impossible to ignore its relevance. When your team builds up their psychological fitness, it can give them the edge to outpace competitors through increased innovation, improved engagement, and higher productivity. This talk will explore how to unlock happiness in the workplace to rally organizational metrics while sustaining, or even reigniting, our passion for work. Jennifer will share how companies like Lululemon and TD Ameritrade have executed on her team’s research while outlining practical solutions to develop a clear strategy to implement a happiness plan at their organization.

Conscious Capitalism
Jennifer will focus on the term Conscious Capitalists, a new wave of highly recognized leaders and organizations who have adopted the double bottom line approach to building and running their companies. She zeroes-in on how these successful operations are executing this mission at the highest levels and disseminating their way of thinking to the public and with their employees. From a boutique design agency with 35 employees to a global grocery retailer with over 91,000 employees, we will learn the true definition of Conscious Capitalism. Jennifer looks at companies who are engaging in this strategy and the outcomes of those efforts. She will explore the benefits and challenges of conscious capitalism and provide audiences with the tools to bring this mindset back to their own organizations.

Additional presentations and information on Jennifer’s presentations can be found here.

Platform Plus

Video/Online Program

Awards

2018
Guinness Record Holder | World’s Largest Gratitude Wall

2016
Canadian Business | Innovators of the Year

2015
Stevie Award | International Female Entrepreneur of the Year Award

  • In her speaking, Jennifer does a masterful job at weaving together the threads of personal experience with the art & neuroscience of motivation to deliver a compelling message, that causes the audience to reflect on how we think & interact not only in our careers, but also in our personal lives.

    - Chief Financial Officer, Communitech
  • Jen stands apart from this field as someone who is not just passionate about the issue, a passion that makes her presentations shine, but has the data and the experience to back up her beliefs. She’s a great speaker on an important topic. What more could you ask for?

    - Executive Conference Producer with The Conference Board of Canada
  • I was genuinely entertained by her storytelling and inspired by her message. She showed an authentic level of comfort with the audience and you could sense that everyone was highly engaged in her talk.

    - President, GM Canada
  • The event has gone well and Jennifer brightened everyone's perspective with her presentation and gave us all something to consider in terms of happiness.

    - Chapter Chair, Canadian Property Tax Association - Ontario Chapter
  • Very engaging speaker with powerful message. She was ultimately fabulous.

    - Attendee, Canadian Health and Wellness Innovations Conference

Summary Profile

Jennifer Moss is the Cofounder of Plasticity Labs, a happiness research, technology, and consulting company. She is the bestselling and award-winning author of “Unlocking Happiness at Work” and a regular contributor to Harvard Business Review.

As a member of the UN Global Happiness Council, Jennifer contributes to the workplace well-being chapter of the Annual Global Happiness Policy Report and speaks internationally as a thought leader in behavioral sciences. Jennifer regularly consults schools boards and universities, lawmakers, governments, and mid-sized to Fortune 500 companies on how to develop and measure their happiness strategies.

Jennifer is a recipient of the International Female Entrepreneur of the Year Award, named a Canadian Innovator of the Year and was honoured with the Public Service Award from the Office of President Obama.

RT @HarvardBiz: Can you run an organization and also have a life? https://t.co/FBer5ORuho (2018-12-19 02:10:39)
RT @HarvardBiz: Your personality is a major factor in how engaged you are at work https://t.co/8h7sMuEAeQ (2018-12-19 02:09:56)
@thattamster LOL!! (2018-12-19 02:08:51)