Speaking on Business: Golden Rule Project
The Golden Rule Project is working to increase the practice of compassion, kindness and peace.
This is Chris Redgrave for Zions Bank Speaking on Business.
We all want to be treated as we would treat others, yet it seems in this busy culture, we’re slipping away from acts of kindness and the Golden Rule, which has been around as long as humans have been learning to live and work together. It’s taught through religious outlets, families and at work; however, society needs to be mindful of this important principle. The Golden Rule Project, a non-profit based in Salt Lake City, started as a mission.
The Golden Rule Project is working to increase the practice of compassion, kindness and peace by sharing the principle of the Golden Rule through education, programming and partnerships. Over the organization’s 15-year history, they’ve shared their message with 92,000 students in hundreds of Utah schools, who have signed up, which is their favorite audience. The Golden Rule Project’s next goal is to reach out to the Millennial generation, because of their workplace influence, to champion the cause.
Executive director Susan Soleil joined the Golden Rule Project 18 months ago and is using her 25 years of experience with non-profits to take this organization to the next level, with the goal to expand across the U.S. and overseas.
Visit online at www.goldenruleproject.org.
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For Zions Bank, I’m Chris Redgrave, speaking on business.
Golden Rule Project
444 E. 200 South
Salt Lake City, UT 84111