“Success and all good things in life, start with a genuine concern for others.
- Mike Vance
When managers and leaders show greater concern for others’ interests than for their own, it fosters positive attitudes in their employees, enhances their wellbeing and belonging, and stimulate their creativity.
1. Take care of your core needs.
“When your core needs are met—when you're not stressed by threat, loss, or rejection—the brain defaults to its resting state, its home base. From this home base, most people are fair-minded, empathic, cooperative, compassionate, and kind.”
– Rick Hanson, Ph.D.
2. Take actions that show a genuine concern for others.
3. Serve others’ interests.