Compassionate Leadership through a Pandemic
Compassion is not a weakness, it is a strategic strength. If you want your team members to bring you their best efforts, their loyalty, and work together as high performers, especially during crisis times, compassionate leadership is the cure.
What you can learn.
- Distinguish between empathy and compassion, and why it matters
- Recognize the benefits of compassionate leadership and the integration
- Understand why compassionate leaders are not considered too soft
- Identify three activities you can practice to bring compassion to your team
About this course:Our tradition of mathematics science and capitalism places more and more emphasis on those things which can be measured and given specific economic value. Have we gone too far in thinking that anything that cannot be priced is without worth? As leaders there are some things that are not easy to measure. That does not make them less real, nor does it make them less valuable. Enter compassion. You lead a team of human beings. Every day you all have deadlines to meet. Everyday something or even everything is changing. While the results of compassionate leadership can be quantifiable, that is not how we will spend our time. Trust that compassion has its own return on investment (ROI,) and come ready to put compassionate leadership into practice.
Winter 2021 Schedule
These courses have regular meeting times and are fully online, via remote instruction. Click “See Details” below for more information.