Intentional Kindness Ideas for the Workplace
In the workplace, it’s been proven that kindness elevates culture, strengthens talent acquisition, and improves productivity. Here are some ideas for how to show your employees intentional kindness.
Why does kindness in the workplace matter?
Reputation, Recruitment, and Retention are all affected by the culture of kindness you build in your company. A strong culture of kindness can boost employee morale, improve productivity, and build loyalty.
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Linda provides businesses with custom materials to integrate kindness with onboarding processes, company culture, management strategies, and more. She clarifies how kindness improves your ROI and makes your team members feel supported and valued.
Speak with Linda to see how she can bring kindness and profitability together for your organization.
Kindness is not always seen as a priority in the workplace. Haven’t we been told that ‘nice people finish last?’ Office culture can be cutthroat and competitive, leading to hurtful criticism, lack of collaboration, and miscommunication. However, now we are increasingly talking about well-being in the workplace. To help us understand the ROI of kindness, is Linda Cohen.
Is kindness a mindset, culture, or capability? What is the cost of empowering your employees to be kind to their co-workers, customers, and themselves? We start our conversation with Linda Cohen, discussing the concept of an “economy of kindness,” and how kindness is a soft skill that businesses rarely emphasize. Yet, the ROI of kindness in your business is undeniable.
How do you create a culture of kindness in the workplace? In today’s episode, Linda Cohen talks about the power of doing intentional acts of kindness and the ripple effect that can transform your life and your business. She teaches organizations about how kindness affects businesses and how leaders can leverage kindness as a resource in the workplace.
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Read more about
the ROI of Kindness
Read Linda’s latest publication, The Economy of Kindness: How Kindness Can Transform Your Bottom Line, for a complete guide to implementing kindness in corporate culture and the long-term profitability of the investment.
Once you create a culture of kindness, retention and recruitment benefit, employee engagement and job satisfaction increase, and overall team productivity improve.
The long-term benefits of investing in kindness continue to pay off for years because it becomes part of your organization. To know more about Linda’s strategies for integrating kindness into workplace culture, reach out!
Put kindness on your event agenda to build morale, increase retention, and revitalize recruitment. Linda redirects your leadership to overcome the challenges of a disjointed team. She offers new insights through kindness that unite your organization into a focused collaborative group.
Workshops and Training
As the Kindness Catalyst, Linda Cohen creates customized programs for your managers and leaders. She clarifies how kindness improves your ROI and makes your team members feel supported and valued. Speak with Linda to see how she can bring kindness and profitability together for you.