Worker wellbeing is crucial to the success of the ‘kindness movement’, and below are some of SHP Online’s top examples of how this can be put into action.
According to Sharon Schweitzer, a contributor at the Huffington Post, and an ‘international protocol expert’, there are a number of ways that workplace goodwill can be carried out on World Kindness Day.
Her five top tips, which she says should be carried out on a daily basis, include:
Check out #WorldKindnessDay for various examples of kindness and more tips on the workplace. Below are some of SHP’s favourite tweets so far:
— End Loneliness (@EndLonelinessUK) November 13, 2017
#WorldKindnessDay We definitely need more kindness in the world – but every day, not just one day.
— Thomas H. (@THemingford) November 13, 2017
— NinetyFive (@NinetyFive_UK) November 13, 2017
It’s #WorldKindnessDay, so we’re sharing how our team members add a bit of kindness to their days or special moments when someone was kind to them. Kicking us off is Jess, from our digital team, letting us know that kind messages are always appreciated 😀 pic.twitter.com/Pl9DQIX8sz
— The Prince’s Trust (@PrincesTrust) November 13, 2017
Unsurprisingly, there are a number of TED talks on kindness and it’s power in the workplace and for general wellbeing.
Below are a few of the best:
For more information on kindness day, and to sign the petition to make it an ‘official day’, take a look at the website of Kindness UK, which is the independent, not-for-profit organisation with ‘the goal of making kindness a greater part of everyone’s daily lives and increasing the awareness of the positive benefits of kindness to health and the overall wellbeing of society’.