Employees who feel they work in a caring culture report higher levels of satisfaction, teamwork, and results.
Caring for direct reports doesn’t always come naturally to leaders.
It starts by recognizing that caring — and demonstrating that you care — brings benefits.
Caring behaviors can be expressing concern over well-being, understanding another’s perspective, and speaking warmly to colleagues.
Research repeatedly shows that such behaviors generate a sense of safety and trust and these behaviors are associated with high work satisfaction and engagement, as well as better learning and task outcomes.
Learn more about what caring leadership is and isn’t in this video (Pro only).