“Give compassion: Every day the average person fights epic battles never told just to survive.” – Ken Poirot

Compassion is a process of noticing, feeling, and when possible, acting to relieve others’ suffering. We often pay the most attention to feeling and action, but sometimes what makes compassion exceptional is the ability to notice the everyday suffering that no one else sees.


Benefit of Compassion

When people lead with compassion, they create shared values and beliefs for their workplace, create more compassionate norms, and improve relationships throughut the organization.

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Compassion and Burnout Reflection Guide – Leadership Tools Showcase (Brad Shuck)

Learn how to use compassion to help those experiencing burnout and to help prevent burnout from occurring…

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