Discover what random acts of kindness can do for your relationships with co-workers, clients, and customers with ABC News correspondent Adrienne Bankert.
Join the FREE Kindness at Work Challenge with Adrienne!
If you possess this powerful skill, you will develop stronger relationships, get bigger opportunities, and grow more successful businesses. Studies show when you treat someone kindly at work, they are exponentially more likely to treat another co-worker with kindness. This challenge is for professionals who know it doesn’t matter how far you go if you don’t care about how you get there.
You’ll receive a calendar with 20 challenges to complete over 20 days designed to improve your professional relationships and become the person in your office everyone can trust. Adrienne will give you ideas for:
Kind actions for the virtual office
Discover innovative ways to show you care even if you’re working remotely
Surprises to brighten your co-worker's day
Give someone who makes your work days better a special treat
Learn more about your boss
Grow one of the most important relationships you'll ever cultivate in the workplace, the one you have with your boss
Make your customers feel as special as they are to you
Try Adrienne's unique personal gestures for connecting on a deeper level with the people who keep your business running
When you register for the Kindness at Work Challenge, you’ll receive a free download of Adrienne’s 20 Days of Kindness at Work Challenge Calendar.
This resource will help you make kindness a habit through daily activations focused on improving your relationship with…
Generous and kind gestures spread just like gossip - your reputation is the springboard for your future moves, your relationships and ultimately your legacy.
Allow kindness to make an indelible mark on the people you work with and allow it to make you memorable. I’m so excited to share my ideas with you around showing up in a more kind way for the people you work for and the people you work with.
Stay kind, Adrienne
Between a politically-divided society and an emotionally-drained business class, it’s never been more important for leaders to lean on the professional skill of kindness. Adrienne Bankert says her kindness has been the key to her success, and that without it, she would not be reporting the news on a major news outlet (or more recently, hosting a special on Oprah Winfrey’s network).
Adjusting our perspective from being closed off and self-centered to a mindset of kindness ripples into a staggering amount of personal fulfillment and growth. Your Hidden Superpower will help you learn how to make kindness a habit and encourage you to engage in kindness at work so you can enjoy remarkable opportunities—plus, know how to get from “here” to “there” quickly.