The Art of Kindnessat Crow Collection of Asian Art
There’s kindness as an act of charity, and then there’s kindness as an art of living. Kindness as charity comes from a position of superiority: Let me, the more able one, help you, the less able one. A person practicing kindness as an art interacts human-to-human, listening for the gold in the other, offering the sort of surprising kindness that generates what David Brooks of The New York Times calls “laughter of the heart.”
Bio: Nancy Dorrier is president of Dorrier Underwood, a management consulting firm that emphasizes self-awareness, high performance, and developing leadership at all levels of an organization.
As President, she is the visionary and creative force behind Dorrier Underwood, and personally coaches CEO’s and leaders around the world to invent and implement bold visions. Nancy has been leading transformational programs for over 20 years and has earned a reputation for making a dramatic impact on people’s lives and having joy and love be present.
Nancy earned a BA in Psychology from Queens University of Charlotte and a Masters in Social Work from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. She has received public awards for being a successful business owner and for being a community and world leader. She received the Algernon Sydney Sullivan Award from Queens University in recognition for her work with water development projects and women’s vocational training in East Africa.
Nancy is a poet and essayist and committed to having conversations that make a difference. She is She is enthusiastic about collecting art, learning amazing things from her grandchildren, making huge Christmas stockings for them and growing new colorful, fragrant, and delicious plants in her garden.