Discover the role of compassion in the workplace. Uncover the quiet power that elevates people and organizations.
- [Announcer] This content is brought to you by Blinkist. (bright music) - [Narrator] Monica C. Worline and Jane E. Dutton, "Awakening Compassion at Work: The Quiet Power That Elevates People and Organizations". Overworked and disillusioned? Depressed and sick of the rat race? Are your coworkers eyeing the clock as the end of the day comes approaches? Do you hear constant chatter of quitting for pastures new? We all know what a poor company workplace looks, feels and sounds like, but it doesn't have to be that way. If you're working or managing eight hours a day, five days a week, then that time in the office ought not to feel like a massive waste. Employees who are satisfied will work harder and be more efficient, and they're also much more likely to stay put. In turn, companies will profit from higher productivity and lower turnover. This is where compassion comes in. Businesses can be places where genuine comradery thrives. They can be workplaces where solidarity and empathy are not foreign concepts but rather a key part of the business dynamic. Compassionate workplaces are the best workplaces.
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