• Beth Wagner

Kindness and workplace communications

No doubt that, if you're on Facebook and other social media, you've come across posts that encourage kindness in your everyday interactions. It's free. It's good character. It can change a life.

A recent article in Forbes took that concept a step further: Its author maintains that kindness is an integral part of workplace successful relationships and collaboration. An excerpt: "Kindness is as much a real part of any powerful communications strategy as the more traditional components -- the deadlines, metrics and goals. In fact, it might be the most important part of all."

It's interesting reading and food for thought.

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