Little Things That Made My Day @Work

Kindness counts. This is a good and refreshing read about how little things can mean a lot, whether in the office or any place else.

A great resolve for 2019 to be kind, too! 🙂

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Whether I’m furiously working at my desk at a corporate job or I’m putting up my feet at my freelancing one, there’s no denial that I appreciate little thoughts from others and those kindness can really brighten my day.

I have collected a basket of kindness that affects people around me and share their stories and what little things made them smile and perk them at work.

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About Emile Therese

Emile Therese is a graduate of the University of Philippines in Diliman with a degree in Psychology. She is happily married. She and her husband, Dennis, are blessed with one amazing daughter (and hopefully at least one more child). She believes that values and character ought to be taught as early as possible and that these are key to community and nation building. This was also how she and her siblings were brought up by their two awesome parents! She is a Certified HR Professional who advocates employee engagement in its entirety. Emile believes that true employee engagement rests on the pillars of basic human needs and in ensuring that process and leadership basics are in place - the employee engagement imperatives. She hopes to contribute to making this world a better place for all of us now and the next generation. She loves sipping tea, conversations, reading and writing. The latter gave birth to two blogs - Purposeful Parenting Journey (purposefulparentingjourney.com) and Engagement Imperative (engagementimperative.com).

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