A kinder business is good business
A culture that cultivates kindness, in turn, nurtures high performance. Turn the culture you have into the culture you need.
Workforces everywhere are suffering from an unkindness epidemic
Around 23% of the UK workforce report they have been bullied at work, and 25% report that they have been made to feel left out in the workplace. These unkind behaviours break down the teamwork that’s essential for high-quality work. They make mistakes and errors more likely. They make colleagues miserable. And they are contagious.
But there is a solution to the unkindness epidemic
Over the past ten years, we have worked with more than 40,000 staff to nurture more consistently kind, safe cultures, across their organisations.
The Kindness into Action learning programme consists of five online learning modules, and is specifically designed to support your kinder culture transformation.
Since its introduction in January 2022, fifteen NHS Trusts and two Integrated Care Systems are already benefiting from Kindness into Action.
Kindness into Action
Animation of the evidence
Practical kindness in healthcare
How and why to mind your impact
7 conversations to improve wellbeing
- A brief introduction to the five Kindness into Action modules
- ‘The case for kindness’ to colleagues and patients
- A taster of what to expect in the modules that follow
- What being kind means for frontline staff in the NHS
- How showing appreciation can improve engagement and performance
- Three things you can do to improve the days for others
- The true meaning of incivility and its impact
- What unkindness really looks like in healthcare
- How you can begin to undo unkindness in your organisation
- Seven conversations to improve well-being in the team
- Practical tips to enhance your own well-being right now
- Consolidate your learning from the previous modules
Ready to shape a culture that cultivates kindness and nurtures high performance?
Recruit for Kindness
Hire people who share your values, shape their future behaviours and reap the benefits of diversity.
Leading with Kindness
Proven leadership transformation through practical emotional intelligence and kinder management skills.
Give everyone the confidence to make those difficult conversations easy, talk it out without falling out, to speak up safely.
Reduce bullying and other poor behaviours through discussion and de-escalation, rather than disciplinary.