Creating a Culture of Caring and Kindness

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Creating a Culture of Caring and Kindness

A few months ago, I was invited to give a keynote at a university. As I thought about multiple inspirational topics, I decided on the topic of “caring”. In these days of public displays of rudeness, disrespect, and other forms of psychological harm, I think promoting acts and environments of positive interpersonal caring can go a long way. Smiles, saying thank-you, holding the door open, and when necessary, saying “I apologize”, are gestures that can lessen tension at work and perhaps even contribute to a sense of individual well-being and connection.

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