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Kimberly Kane: Keeping the Wellbeing of Employees Top of Mind Every Day

April 11, 2020 Beth Ridley
The Brimful Life with Beth Ridley
Kimberly Kane: Keeping the Wellbeing of Employees Top of Mind Every Day
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The Brimful Life with Beth Ridley
Kimberly Kane: Keeping the Wellbeing of Employees Top of Mind Every Day
Apr 11, 2020
Beth Ridley

In this special edition podcast about leadership during crisis, I interview Kimberly Kane, President and CEO of Kane Communications Group.

When the stay at home order was issued, Kimberly saw fear in the eyes of her employees. “In that moment”, Kimberly shares, “what was best for my team was most important.” Since then, the wellbeing of her employees is top of mind for Kimberly every day. 

Kimberly shares her personal tips for staying positive, new leadership approaches she’s embraced and how she’s helping to bring the community together with the StayHomeMKE campaign. 

Kimberly has found that leading with compassion has enabled employees to grow closer and working remotely has actually increased the feeling of trust among her team. What will be key, Kimberly reflects is, “how to not take these important lessons for granted when things go back to normal”.

Show Notes

In this special edition podcast about leadership during crisis, I interview Kimberly Kane, President and CEO of Kane Communications Group.

When the stay at home order was issued, Kimberly saw fear in the eyes of her employees. “In that moment”, Kimberly shares, “what was best for my team was most important.” Since then, the wellbeing of her employees is top of mind for Kimberly every day. 

Kimberly shares her personal tips for staying positive, new leadership approaches she’s embraced and how she’s helping to bring the community together with the StayHomeMKE campaign. 

Kimberly has found that leading with compassion has enabled employees to grow closer and working remotely has actually increased the feeling of trust among her team. What will be key, Kimberly reflects is, “how to not take these important lessons for granted when things go back to normal”.