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How to create a more humane workplace
Author, Professional Speaker, Professional Relationships Strategist
We need to create a culture of support and partnership. A humane workplace starts with the acceptance that nobody is perfect and that everyone is working towards the same goal. Put in place policies that encourage collaboration over competition. Make it OK to say 'I don't know' and to ask for help, people will be happier going to work and inefficiency will be substantially cut down.Know more about Andy Lopata →
Leadership Decision Making Expert, D&I, Organizational Change
It recent times, compassionate management has come to center-stage discussions. However, many leaders I work with feel that compassionate management means they must also accept a certain level of mediocrity. Not really. Leaders can cultivate an organizational culture that celebrates both excellence and empathy together. The key is cultivating Purpose. Empathy + Purpose = Thriving.Know more about Kriti Jain →
Flooris Van Der Walt
Author, Executive, Mindset Transformational Coach
A more humane workplace is a given when the leaders want to connect with their people and listen to them. “When I am seen and heard I am acknowledged as a human being with a mind and opinion”. Then the workplace is made up of humans who are engaged.Know more about Flooris Van der Walt →
Business Breakthrough Specialist, Consultant, Coach, Author, Visiting Professor
Ensure that people can bring their whole selves into the workplace. Without exception. No one should feel that being at work means they have to compromise their beliefs, needs, or ethics.Know more about Matt Marsh →
Leadership Expert, Mentor, Keynote Speaker
The complexity and pace of our daily lives is impacting all organisations. Humanity is about giving the people you are engaging with, your 100% attention. Listening is the key to not just selling, but to engaging your people too. How do you feel when someone doesn’t listen to you? Probably not good. Listening values others and this is the key to bringing more humanity into everyone’s working lives. Learn NIFO: Nose In (asking questions and listening) and Fingers Out (sharing stories & examples). Your company’s effectiveness and the humanity in everyone’s working lives are driven by the quality of your conversations.Know more about Mark Fritz →
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