The sole purpose of this blog is to spark a global movement towards compassion
Not only will kindness produce better business outcomes, by way of greater productivity, greater efficiency, greater creativity and greater success; kindness in the workplace will seep out into society and contribute to a kinder world. A kinder world is a healthier and happier world.
Being the occasional tyrant is not an immobile position. I would hazard a guess that every leader has had moments of behaving like an oppressor. My goal is to shine a light on those moments with the aim to eliminate them altogether.
Deciding to be compassionate is a choice and I intend to convince leaders to substitute obnoxious behaviour for compassionate behaviour.
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