” relationships ultimately determine the health, well-being and success of any business”
A question a leader may ask is, what place does kindness have in business? Kindness is a simple concept – too simple some might think to provide a solution to the complex challenges of work. But, it is precisely this simplicity that gives kindness such power to affect harmonious change at all levels within individuals and organizations. When kindness is integrated into all aspects of an organization it becomes a standard for decision-making and actions. When openly permitted, kindness begins to provide an easily understood ‘emotional benchmark’ for recharging and centering individual in the midst of stress and the daily changes of today’s transitional workplace.
Each day, we need to be reminded that relationships are always front and center in the discussions relating to how business and communities thrive. We intuitively know that kindness is a powerful and meaningful antidote within everyone’s grasp because our society is built on a foundation of relationships and they connect individuals to families, work environments and communities. From playgrounds to our staffrooms, trusting and appreciative relationships lie at the heart of our challenges as well as our solutions. The quality of our relationships ultimately determines the health, well-being and success of any business and society.
- Learn to link cultural transformation directly to the Kindness Engagement Index, helping to shape the emotional culture of your organization and create an upsurge in employee engagement levels.
- Generate a culture where the three themes of kindness are embedded into the fabric of your organization through an integrated micro-learning approach.
- Enliven the innate kindness in everyone as a foundation to enhance the employee and client experience so everyone feels valued, respected and heard.
- Expand the competency level of the twelve character traits of kindness from the frontline to the boardroom, thereby, fostering a culture of kindness by integrating the “language of kindness” into everyday interactions.