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Leading with Kindness

I appreciate this post I saw on LinkedIn from Chris March about Leading with Kindness. In this fast-paced, technological world, some of these strategies get lost in the suffle, or even forgotten. How do you ensure everyone is included in this hybrid work-world; how do you nurture over virtual platforms, what does support in this "new normal" look like? These are all valid questions.

Sometimes it’s easy to remember the lead, but forget the kindness. The kindness in our tone; the choice between conversation and email/text, the ability to be self-aware of our own flaws and limitations, admit our mistakes and listen with the intent to understand. 

Lately I have noticed that individuals have forgotten the art of saying thank you or I appreciate it. The graphic is correct that it can make a significant difference. You don't have to like someone or agree with someone to offer thanks or appreciation. The graphic is correct that it goes a long way! Kindness is not always easy - when someone is not kind to you; when you may not have had good experience with the other person in the past; when leading through difficult times or change. But as the old adage says - Kindness Matters and Kindness Wins!

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