Supportive leaders see and respond to workers' needs with compassion

Help Things Go Right

Forge your leadership with purpose. Larry came into work quite late. He stopped by his supervisor’s office and apologized. His wife was so sick he was afraid to leave her and the baby alone. The supervisor looked him in the eye and said, quite forcefully, ”Go home. We’ll handle everything here.” All things change when[…]

Bring love to work - relationships matter

Bring your love to work

The dictionary says the verb “love” is “to like or enjoy very much.” One of the outcomes of bringing love to work is that everyone is happier/more satisfied at work. Every single person at work wants to be seen and valued. Connections based on respect and caring create a culture of well-being.  A new CEO[…]

A child playfully swinging above the skyscrapers of a city business district

Hearts are allowed in the working world

Two-year-old Lila announced, “Nobody’s at the door.” Then she said, “there is onebody, me.” Recently, we have been taken with the spontaneous language and playfulness of children.  Now you may be thinking that this story sounds like sweetness and light, that we’re talking only about a child. What if we, as adults, were more lighthearted?[…]