Companies with happy employees outperform the competition by 20% (see infographic below). This makes leading from the heart not only good for teammates, but it also makes good financial sense.
Additionally, people go to work everyday carrying the weight of life’s challenges. From a sick child, to a dying parent, and everything in between, these personal struggles impact people on the job in a variety of different ways.
Throughout all levels of an organization, our decisions affect the people with whom we spend so much time. From the benefits we provide to how we simply engage with each other on the job, the actions we choose can make a difference…positive or negative.
By leading, living and loving from the heart at work, we can help improve the performance and lives of our teammates — at work, at home and in the community.