Felicitatis Comedia is made up by a team of enthusiastic professionals in the art of delivering happiness.
But is it really possible to deliver happiness?
Delivering Happiness is something that our Chairman has been trying to do for years and years.
It all started a long time ago, probably due to an important degree of professional frustration when teaching languages.
But how does an NGO actually deliver such a heavy weight?
Some studies say that happy employees are 43% more productive, according to Gallup (which reports that companies that focus on creating and supporting a culture of happiness experience feature 51% less employee turnover).
And they also say that they are more creative and innovative.
But we deal with highly sensitive people. They are suffering or have suffered from some kind of mental upset and…we want to train them into becoming professional mimes!
We would like to refer to the World Happiness Report, discussed in the Harvard Business Review and the Economist, which quantified the economic value of happiness.
We have done our own research into delivering happiness and have found that having a decent salary and making their audiences smile is just what they have been waiting for.
But delivering happiness seems to be more than just an idea.
The goal of such strategy is to change the way people around the world work and to create a true community feeling of people passionate about happiness.
So it would appear that we should be able to deliver happiness, or at least provide the foundation on which it can be built.
Finally, we would like to point out that delivering happiness is not only aimed at our would-be mimes and clowns but at our staff too.