First Study Group: Awakening Compassion at Work
We are very excited to announce our first study group, which will focus on Awakening Compassion at Work. Monica Worline and Jane Dutton have done groundbreaking research into this topic, and their book is a huge resource.
For those who are interested, we will read the book and discuss our understanding of the material, talk to our direct experience and explore new ways to bring the framework to our organizations. If you are interested, register below and we will get back to you with more information.
Our first meeting will be Friday September 11th, @ 12:00 PST. For those of you that register after that date, no problem, you can join us as we go through the material.
About Jane & Monica:
Scholars, consultants, teachers, and researchers Monica Worline and Jane Dutton are co-authors of the Awakening Compassion at Work (Berrett-Koehler, February 2017). Monica and Jane are co-founders of the CompassionLab, the world’s leading collaboratory for research on compassion and work organizations. Working together for more than fifteen years, Monica and Jane offer key insights regarding the value of compassion for addressing pain people bring into the workplace and pain that is created in the conduct of daily work. Monica and Jane teach and consult with leaders, managers, students, and change agents in a variety of organizations who are striving to awaken compassion in their work lives
Monica C. Worline, Ph.D., is founder and CEO of EnlivenWork, an innovation organization that teaches businesses and others how to tap into courageous thinking, compassionate leadership, and the curiosity to bring their best work to life. She is a research scientist at Stanford University’s Center for Compassion and Altruism Research and Education and Executive Director of CompassionLab, the world’s leading research collaboratory focused on compassion at work. Monica holds a lectureship at the Ross School of Business, University of Michigan, and is affiliate faculty at the Center for Positive Organizations.
Jane E. Dutton, Ph.D., is the Robert L. Kahn Distinguished University Professor of Business Administration and Psychology at the Ross School of Business. She is a co-founder of the Center for Positive Organizations, and passionate about cultivating human flourishing at work. Her research focuses on compassion, job crafting, high quality connections, and meaning making at work. She has written over 100 articles and published 13 books, including How to be a Positive Leader: Small Actions, Big Impact.
Podcast: Lori Schwanbeck's Interview
Podcast Episode 1 - 7/23/20
Podcast Episode 2 - 7/30/20
Compassion 2.0 host, Lori Schwanbeck sat down with Jane and Monica to discuss their work bringing compassionate framing to organizations. Over the 2-part interview, the three discussed a range of principles, examples, business cases and more.
Salon with Jane & Monica
August 27th, @12:00 PM (PST) - FREE
Come and participate in an interactive Salon with both Jane and Monica and see how you may bring some of their work into your organization.
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