Elizabeth Dunn

Leading happiness and well-being expert at the University of British Columbia

Dr. Elizabeth Dunn is a distinguished professor of Psychology at the University of British Columbia and a leading expert in the study of how time, money and technology influence human happiness. Her experimental research has not only been published in top-tier journals, including three articles in Science, but has also been widely publicized by international media such as the New York Times, The Atlantic, and CNN. She is also the co-author of the acclaimed book Happy Money: The Science of Happier Spending , recognized by the Washington Post as essential reading for leaders.

Unlock potential through building social connections

  1. How to increase employee happiness in an era where workplace structures are constantly evolving
  2. Scientifically based strategies for building strong bonds in the workplace
  3. Because strong personal bonds create a lasting resource for the organization, especially in the most difficult times
  4. How artificial interactions affect our feelings of happiness and social connection
  5. How to balance technology and the human touch, an essential skill for organizations incorporating AI tools into their strategy