12 Most Simple Acts of Kindness as a Leadership Tool
In a world of constant changes, whether in our family or professional lives, everyone appreciates the salve of kindness. How can we find continued ways in which we can express and share kindness to better each others experiences?
Being an interviewer at heart, I have found asking good questions will lead you to better answers. Like my mentor Tony Robbins teaches; if it is better results you seek, then you need to ask better questions. With this in mind, my post today will revolve around us asking ourselves better questions and lead our brains to uncovering answers that benefit all mankind.
1. Saying with genuine interest
How are you today?
2. Asking from a place of love
Can I help you?
3. Looking with your heart
Where do you want support?
4. Envisioning with your inner eyes
How can I see your perspective?
5. Shift the anger and proclaim kindness
Can I see past the situation with love?
6. Human relationships thrive on kindness
Where can I offer up generosity?
7. Looking through the pain
What door can we open to provide illumination?
8. When selfishness generates kindness: a quick leadership lesson
Can I take that on for you?
9. Reputation for kindness is deeper than words
How can I give the experience?
10. Combining Faithfulness and Kindness
When is quiet peacefulness welcomed?
11. Kindness is its own motivation
I serve myself while serving others
12. Kindness can feed the soul
I can choose kindness when fondness is out of reach.
When will we each make the choice to be kind in our journey through both our professional and personal lives?
Will we be willing to look at our behaviors in a honest way with kindness?
Bashing ourselves usually is what keeps folks from wanting to be honest.
How can you support yourself in this self discovery mode?
Where will you play a role in using Kindness in your business as well as personal life?
As you can see this topic brings up a lot of questions, which is good, it gives us space to explore and evolve together.
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