(Editor’s Note: Today’s post is brought to you by our generous friends at Kronos, the global leader in delivering workforce management solutions in the cloud. This week at KronosWorks 2015, The Workforce Institute released the third book in its thought leadership trilogy aimed at developing and retaining a competitive and engaged workforce: It’s All About Bob(bie) – Strategies for Winning With Your Employees. Enjoy the post!)
There are lots of ways to be generous. We can give freely of our time or with our money. We can be lavish with information. It doesn’t matter if you’re an individual or an organization, we all have the capability to be generous.
I loved this Time Well Spent from our friends at Kronos. It reminds me that we need to be generous in the workplace. Every person and company will have their own way. And that’s okay. In one organization it might be allowing employees to volunteer in the community. In another, generosity might involve some ice cream.
As a small business owner, I think it’s important to give back to the community that supports me. They’ve helped me and I need to be supportive of them. Organizations need to ask themselves: am I being generous with the employees and customers that support us?
What does generosity look like in your organization?