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Being Kind Works
A Kinder workplace creates Higher-Performing teams
Finding purpose and meaning in our jobs is critical to working at our highest potential and delivering business results.
Kindness is scientifically proven to improve teamwork, connectedness, productivity, job satisfaction, life satisfaction, well-being, happiness and so much more.
This training will explain the research behind Kindness, debunk misconceptions about Kindness, explain why creating a culture of Kindness improves business results, and introduce strategies for how to introduce more Kindness in every business interaction.
Participants will be trained on ways to build Kindness habits and bring Kindness into every element of the workplace such as onboarding, management, teamwork, feedback, difficult conversations, and more.
Our approach is backed by science and developed based on the hundreds of research papers about the benefits of Kindness. We use this data-driven approach to deliver the maximum impact for both the individual employees and the holistic business. Our approach of leading with Kindness creates workplaces where everyone can succeed and thrive together.
People are struggling. They are burning out at higher rates than ever before (77% burnout rate). This has a profound impact on the individual’s well-being and also a company’s ability to deliver.
Being Kind is the most powerful tool humans have to be better.
To feel better.
To perform better.
To connect better.
To find purpose.
Understanding of proven benefits of Kindness at the workplace and why it is critical
Actionable ways to bring Kindness into key initiatives at work (i.e. onboarding, change management, etc)
Establishing Kindness as the lens for all actions and conversations
Module 1 will start with an understanding of what is Kindness at work and why is it important? There are many misconceptions about Kindness. In truth, being Kind is often not the easy choice. It involves establishing empathy with people who you may not understand or agree with. It means maintaining sincerity in all communications and not acting with hypocrisy or deceit. It is taking the time to express gratitude and recognition for others and for yourself.
And when we practice Kindness at work, we build cultures based on trust, empathy, connection, which lead to higher performing teams. The benefits are exponential for the individual, the team, and the company.
DAY 1 (9 AM TO 12 PM) Instructor-Led
Activities & Exercises (1 pm – 4 pm)
Module 2 will build on the learnings from Module 1 to create actionable plans to put Kindness into practice into your own workplace. We’ll review how to create habits and some best practices for keeping Kindness embedded in our daily workplace decisions and actions.
We’ll discuss how to measure the impact of Kindness in your own teams and provide tools and resources the continue to build your Kindness muscle and recognize the maximum impact in your office and in yourself.
DAY 2 (9 AM TO 12 PM) Instructor-Led
Activities & Exercises (1 pm – 4 pm)
Daniel holds his Masters in Engineering (Oxford), Masters in Business (University of Chicago) and Masters in Economics (Uniandes). Daniel is committed to bringing the proven benefits of Kindness to solve for the most challenging problems that businesses face to deliver success. He is a seasoned speaker and leader with proven success in transforming and motivating teams of all sizes.
Chief Marketing & Strategy Officer at Kindworks.AI
Nicole holds her Masters in Business (University of Chicago) and BA in Sociology and Economics (Emory University). Nicole is passionate about designing inclusive, open, and honest work environments that drive impact and are places where everyone enjoys their work. Nicole has 20 years experience building and leading teams of all sizes where she has been identified repeatedly as the cultural leader of the organization.
Chief Experience Officer at Kindworks.AI
Thea holds her Master of Laws (Oxford) and PhD in Law (Bucerius Law School). Thea is highly passionate about helping humans thrive by supporting them to live their happiest, healthiest and most fulfilled life. As her work as a Personal ＆ Executive Coach and Yoga ＆ Mindfulness Teacher, she supports clients develop a deeper, more meaningful way of connecting with themselves and others.