NHS Kindness Network #NHSKindness

We help NHS and Social Care colleagues to use the science of kindness and human excellence to be their best selves. And to achieve their true potential. Personally and professionally. 

Brought to you by Nicki Pointer and Paul Devlin

What the campaign is all about:

We all appreciate that being kind is a really nice thing to do. And being on the end of an act of kindness can make our day. 

What most people don’t realise though, is that kindness, when combined with positivity dramatically increases our ability to succeed. Personally & professionally!!

In other words, you are far more likely to achieve your true potential & help others do the same, if you practice the science of kindness & positivity. 

Interest in kindness & human excellence has grown considerably across the NSH over the past three years. So much so, that it's become a new social movement. #NHSKindness 

Colleagues have discovered that, as well as helping build personal resilience in the face of unprecedented challenges. It also helps us to be our best selves. 

We launched the NHS Kindness & Positivity Network on 24th November as part of FabChange2021

We are incredibly proud to be working in partnership with Academy of Fabulous NHS Stuff and NHS England's Wellbeing Team.

The aim of the network is to:
  • Provide training in key kindness and positivity concepts, including a very simple overview of the science involved
  • Provide an opportunity for likeminded people to come together to share lived kindness experiences & learn from each
  • Create & support a network of Kindness & Positivity Coaches across the NHS.

Our call to action is to ‘choose kindness and positivity as a means to be your best self and help others do the same’. 

Nicki & Paul are available to deliver kindness & positive culture sessions at team meetings or wellbeing events. 

If you would like to discuss their work, or consider scheduling a session, please contact them on the details below.

Nicki Pointer, [email protected] @NickiAnn30 The Paul Devlin, [email protected] @DevlinPJ 

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