Awakening Compassion at Work

The Quiet Power that Elevates People and Organizations

Tap into the innate ability for compassion, and you’ll create more effective and humane workplaces.

By Monica C. Worline and Jane E. Dutton, PhD Read by Caroline Miller Business Development / Economics / Nonfiction / Self-Help English, Unabridged 6h 32m Sell Sheet
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1 MP3 CDs Mon Feb 20 00:00:00 UTC 2017 19.99 19.99 9781520071350 Add to Cart
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Description
							Suffering brought into the workplace or created by it is not just a private matter: it's an unrecognized, costly drain on organizational potential. Scholars and consultants Worline and Dutton reveal that not only does unaddressed suffering have a dramatic impact on productivity and profitability but that it robs workplaces of humanity, dignity, and motivation. Marshalling evidence from two decades of field research, they demonstrate that compassion confers measurable competitive advantages in areas like innovation, collaboration, service quality, adaptability, and talent attraction and retention. They outline steps leaders, managers, and coworkers can take to alleviate suffering in the workplace, showing how a capacity for compassion can be built into the structures and practices of an organization. Ultimately, they argue that creating compassionate organizations is smart business.
Reviews

"A remarkably thorough and compelling read that will remind you how much more potential exists if we can bring more care and compassion into our organizations." - Tom Rath, NYT bestselling author of StrengthsFinder 2.0