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If I asked you to share examples of kindness in your workplace, would your response be: Somebody bringing donuts or bagels on Friday morning? Unexpected praise from a co-worker or better yet, your boss?
Kudos on your big presentation? Somebody who volunteered to help you finish a task or meet a deadline? Maybe even just a sim ple compliment about your outfit?
Whatever your answer, I am confident that it brought you happiness not only when it first happened, but again just now replaying the moment in your head. Am I right?
I think acts of kindness might be one of the single biggest contributors to a positive work environment. We promote authenticity as one of our PEAK Values and even dream about a world where everybody is comfortable bringing their authentic selves to work. However, there are times when being kind should override saying exactly what is on your mind.
Even if it WAS a dumb idea it was , what good can possibly come from saying that? Not only does one person feel stupid and attacked, but it discourages everybody else from engaging in the kind of unfiltered discussion that is at the core of good decision making. I am not suggesting that you should sugarcoat everything, rather, think about the impact of your words before you say them.
You can give truthful and honest feedback and still be kind. Some of the examples I gave above are obvious and visible acts of kindness. Other, more subtle acts of kindness, result in a more inclusive work environment. For example, help encourage a teammate share an innovative idea that may otherwise be shot down without peer support. It requires trust, patience and persistence. Christina Grimmie.
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Certify your store kind! Includes a CertifiedKind permanent shelf talker, kindness chains, buttons for staff and tote bag.
Kindness Jar to set up a CertifiedKind display in your store. Customers can help by giving the gift of Wonder to someone they know or adding to your kindness chain in store. Consider having a CertifiedKind jar in store and adding a pom-pom or marble each time a book is sold or a kind deed is done. Everyone I know who has read the book raves about it. It seems to touch them in a beautiful way, but it touched me on a whole different level. Palacio's New York Times bestseller, Wonder , but as it turns out, he's pretty spectacular off screen as well.
In a recent interview with Jacob, the young actor told POPSUGAR how he got into his role as Auggie Pullman, a boy with facial differences who starts going to mainstream school in fifth grade after being homeschooled, why he's so excited to spread the film's message to "Choose Kind," and his best tip for dealing with bullies.
The film is shining a spotlight on the hardships people endure when they have a condition that disfigures their appearance. Even while talking about school bullying, the author refuses to believe that children are inherently mean. When the movie was released on Nov. Albemarle County middle school students are flooding local movie theaters this week to see a new film about bullying, and how it can be prevented.
Heidi Scalf's fourth-grade students at Centennial School in Streator have been reading and discussing the book "Wonder" by R. The school received a grant for 12 copies of the book from the Children's Craniofacial Association, as well as a discounted rate on buying others. The festivities will begin at p. In Wonder , R. Palacio tells the story of Auggie, a tough, sweet, year-old boy, who was born with distorted facial features — a "craniofacial difference" caused by an anomaly in his DNA.
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