Empathy in the Workplace Learning Modules

According to Chief Empathy Officer, David Kessier, “More and more, employers are understanding the reality that we bring our whole selves to work. Companies are putting enormous effort into employee engagement”.

Empathy in the Workplace Learning Modules

Empathy in the Workplace
Learning Modules

According to Chief Empathy Officer, David Kessier, “More and more, employers are understanding the reality that we bring our whole selves to work. Companies are putting enormous effort into employee engagement”.

Empathy Learning Modules – Foundation

October 21, 9:00-10:00 a.m.
November 11, 9:00-10:00 a.m.

Empathy and compassion are virtues that most of us aspire to use in our personal lives. But do they have a role in our workplaces and our professional relationships? An ever-increasing number of experts are exclaiming a resounding YES! Find out why in this foundational course. Presenters will introduce the emerging research supporting empathy and compassion as strategic and effective tools for leading transformation with today’s workforce. To register for this module, please select the date you would like to attend.

Register for October 21, 2022
Register for November 11, 2022

October 28, 9:00 -10:00 a.m.
November 18, 9:00-10:00 a.m

Leading experts report the importance of empathy and compassion in the workplace to enhance professional relationships, performance, and employee retention. But how does this happen? Learn how employees at all levels begin to create a more compassionate workplace culture during this foundational course. Presenters will explore the roles of empathy and compassion and how they are critical to improving key indicators of success. To register for this module, please select the date you would like to attend.

Register for October 28, 2022
Register for November 18, 2022

Empathy Learning Modules – Deep Dive

Workforce Changes: The Employee, the Whole Person

The Great Resignation continues to challenge employers with finding ways to retain valued employees while attracting new talent. Recent studies show that modern-day workers want to be employed at places that value empathy, transparency, and a better work-life balance. This presentation will explore what is driving the changes in today’s American work culture and how meeting these changing expectations improves outcomes for employees and companies alike.

Registration Available Spring of 2023
Registration Available Spring of 2023

Characteristics of a Caring Culture

The pandemic forced many employees to take a good look at their professional lives; in turn, people want more out of their workplace. Considering we spend more time with our coworkers than most of our friends and family members, it makes sense that work should be a great place! At the same time, businesses are looking for improved productivity and employee retention. This presentation will highlight the core characteristics of a genuinely caring corporate culture and how they contribute to better outcomes for all.

Registration Available Spring of 2023
Registration Available Spring of 2023

The New Leader: Compassionate and Effective

We know what is said, and research confirms that “people don’t leave places; they leave bad managers.” Therefore, creating a leader that mirrors your goal to create a healthier and more compassionate workplace is essential. Being a “great place to work” requires more than generous monetary compensation and benefits, a routine EAP referral, and no mandatory overtime; people want to feel genuinely valued and understood. This primer course for compassionate leadership teaches how to take your leadership style to the next level.

Registration Available Spring of 2023
Registration Available Spring of 2023

Self-Care and the Workplace – All Hands on Deck 

Self-care is more than what we do outside of our workplace, yet personal self-care remains one of the best things we can do for ourselves to maintain optimal functioning on the job and in our personal lives. But how does self-care extend beyond the individual? Compassionate culture includes self-care as well as “team-care.” This deep dive course explores tiny-tune ups for self-care in the workplace and ways we can better care for the whole team.

Registration Available Spring of 2023
Registration Available Spring of 2023

Compassionate and Collaborative Conversations

A big part of building a more compassionate workplace involves improving overall communication. It’s not actually about what you say but how you say it and how you listen. This two-hour deep dive into genuinely compassionate communication teaches the basics of active listening and collaborative communication. Participants will learn and practice new techniques in this two-hour experiential workshop. 

Registration Available Spring of 2023
Registration Available Spring of 2023