Organizational Compassion Programs
Compassion Reduces Burnout.
Employee burnout has been an epidemic. It leads to decreased engagement, higher turnover rates, and toxic work environments. In May 2019, the World Health Organization classified burnout as an "occupational phenomenon." And this is before COVID-19, when many industries faced even higher levels of burnout.
Whether your organization works with underserved populations, in healthcare, or in a highly-demanding corporate sector, developing a culture of compassion can:
- lessen burnout
- help team members skillfully manage stress
- build psychological safety on teams
- foster trust
- increase employee loyalty
- nurture more connected and collaborative teams
- benefit the bottom line
Compassion It tailors leadership and wellness programs to meet the needs of organizations that want to develop resilient and compassionate teams.
How does compassion help?
- Improves culture and employee job satisfaction
- Enhances employee engagement and productivity
- Builds psychological safety on teams
- Fosters high trust
- Increases employee loyalty
- Creates connected and collaborative teams
- Increases overall employee well-being, happiness, and emotional resilience
Happier and healthier employees mean fewer sick days, lower healthcare costs, and less turnover.
Compassion helps your bottom line.
Tailored compassion programs help your teams develop skills of awareness, self-compassion, and compassion in the midst of challenging moments, and we work with you to design a program to make these practices systemic and sustainable.
Our highly-experienced Stanford-trained compassion facilitators use engaging and fun approaches for cultivating compassion within your team.
Embed compassion within your organization through long-term, tailored engagement with Compassion It’s experienced team of educators and coaches.