KinDNAmic Business Conference at the London School of Economics
On 26 July, KinDNAmic, the start-up behind the kindness revolution in business, is hosting a special event at the London School of Economics. The event will feature eminent speakers from the fields of neuroscience, psychology, technology, environment and organisational development. They all believe that incorporating kindness into a company’s core values has huge and long-lasting benefits for any organisation. Boast Magazine subscribers can buy their tickets for the event with a 20% discount.
If you are a senior manager in a company or an HR professional, you know exactly the human resource theories and strategies to get the best out of your employees and to motivate them to perform at their best. We are thinking here, for example, of AMO Theory, which is used to unlock the potential of the employee, Human Capital Theory, which is a complex corporate strategy that considers shared corporate core values, individual and teamwork, or even Motivation Theory, which seeks to achieve employee engagement and loyalty through external and internal rewards.
Can you imagine how kindness can also be a company organising force? What would a company look like if kindness and empathy permeated its entire operations? Why is this even necessary?
Preet Dev and Kristian Kemery-Toone, co-founders of KinDNAmic, and many of the great professionals they have already won over to their cause believe this is the way forward. A successful business of our time is unthinkable without high emotional intelligence, kindness, appreciation for each other and support for personal goals.
Their event on 26 July will explore this theme with excellent expert speakers.
A taste of the content:
1. Opening Address: honorary guest Prof Chris Imafidon, International Scholar, Adviser to Monarchs, Presidents, Governments and Leaders; Board Chair and Director of Research (Hon) of Excellence in Education Programme, Multi-Guinness world record holder, will welcome attendees to the London School of Economics and Political Science, setting the stage for an enlightening journey.
2. “A Dynamic Movement of Kindness” by Preet Dev and Kristian Kemery-Toone: KinDNAmic’s co-founders will delve into the growing need for transformative kindness in corporate culture, emphasising its impact on happiness, employee retention, and overall business success.
3. Keynote Presentations by International Speakers:
Dame Marie Diamond – Global Transformational Leader and bestselling author, will guide participants in mastering their energy to create thriving cultures within organisations.
Ralf Specht – Advocate for building soulful organisations, will unveil the key aspects of high-performance cultures and how to cultivate a thriving environment where success and profitability naturally emerge.
Gina Gardiner – Radical Change Catalyst Speaker, will share insights on the importance of wisdom in achieving personal and business success, emphasising the power of conscious decision-making and kindness-driven leadership.
Steve Pipe – TEDx speaker and author of “Our Time to RISE,” will reveal the transformative power of intentional acts of kindness in business, inspiring attendees to create a positive impact within their organisations and beyond.
Dr. Evelyn and Dr. James Okpanachi – Leading advocates for empowering women and creating inclusive work environments, will shed light on effective leadership, gender equality, and women’s vital role in driving positive change.
Kern Frost – Author and speaker on Neuroplastic Mental Acceleration, will explore the future of work and the psychological development of AI, providing insights on unlocking human potential and preparing for technological challenges.
Nital Gosai – a celebrated female lawyer and BIPOC excellence will deliver an ample summary on “Empathy in Action Supporting People,” sharing her insights on the power of empathy and its transformative impact in the legal field and beyond.
Bert Martin Ohnemüller, an expert in neuroscience and positive psychology, will provide valuable insights on overcoming mental barriers and building a kinder, inclusive future of work.
Participants will have the unique opportunity to network with like-minded entrepreneurs, exchange inspiring stories, and gain practical wisdom from distinguished speakers. By the end of the event, attendees will be energised, empowered, and equipped with the tools to unleash their entrepreneurial superpowers and create a lasting legacy.
Join the kindness revolution and book your ticket now!
Boast Magazine readers can buy their tickets with a 20% discount. Seats are limited. It is also possible to follow the event online.
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The official media sponsor of the event is Boast Magazine.
KinDNAmic is a pioneering organisation dedicated to fostering kindness in corporate culture. KinDNAmic empowers individuals and organisations to embrace kindness as a powerful driver of success and positive change through their exclusive events, consulting services, and kindness platforms.
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