Tag Archives: care

Why We Give Valentines to the Wrong People

It’s a thing we rarely admit, we go to extremes to avoid, and then we fall into the same pattern again. You’ve likely seen it too. We give Valentines to the wrong people. In part, this happens because we lack confidence it takes to let others in to be cared… Read more »

How Can We Find Calm in the Midst of Conflicts?

Disagree with a Healthy Dose of Goodwill for Those who Differ It happened just as I was about to introduce our discussion topic. So moved by what I observed in the crowd, I tossed my notes and invited the group to share why they huddled around a peer. Why were… Read more »

ROI for Care, Diversity and Trust

To create a culture where diversity and trust can flourish is to ride winds of the upper air. Just as airplanes take off against wind, not with it, so also do diverse approaches push back. It just makes sense to rise together, rather than float along with current air-streams. Yet… Read more »

Anatomy of Caring Communities at Work

What would your work community look like if people supported one anothers’ strengths?  If leaders openly welcomed new talents from all, and then facilitated these for group benefit? Did you know that each supportive act rewires the brain’s plasticity for more of the same? How so? An encouraging word, smile… Read more »