Celebrating 20 Months of Compassion At Work: 11-20
At Next Element, our mission is to bring more compassion to every workplace in the world. Compassionate Accountability® is our signature guiding principle.
One of our strategic objectives is to partner with others to amplify the message of compassion. My podcast, OnCompassion with Dr. Nate, is one way we are doing this. So I am delighted to celebrate our 20th episode this month.
Learning from leaders who are changing the world with compassion has been such a privilege. Thanks to each of you for sharing your experience and wisdom with my audience. Here’s a recap of episodes 11-20. The links in this post will introduce you to a treasure trove of resources for bringing more compassion to your organization.
Episode 11: What’s the problem with hiring people for brains instead of heart? Joel Peterson, Chairman of Jet Blue Airways, explains.
Episode 12: Peace Over Performance is Amy Balog’s mantra. Hear her argument about why resume and track record won’t matter as much as authentic interpersonal skills for the leader of the future.
Episode 13: Larry Carlson is the renaissance man who helped build the HBO empire. Larry believes the best leaders succeed by helping their people succeed.
Episode 14: If you want a thriving, courageous culture, an open door policy isn’t enough. David Dye explains the next steps for leaders.
Episode 15: JJ Caffey is an up and coming entrepreneur with an innovative solution for working from home, but not alone.
Episode 16: Happiness at work is a competitive advantage according to research by the former director of Coca Cola’s Happiness Institute, Sylvia Garcia.
Episode 17: Leadership is a multiplier — good and bad. What can we learn from the nation’s top university leader development program? Hear from Tom Kolditz, director of the Doerr Institute for New Leaders at Rice University.
Episode 18: Scott Shute leads Linkedin’s mindfulness and compassion programs. Learn all about how compassion is being operationalized in one of the world’s most admired companies, and hear about Scott’s new book, The Full Body Yes.
Episode 19: For introverts, staying healthy is about energy management. Learn more about how introverts can thrive from one of the worlds’ most famous and successful introverts, Jill Chang.
Episode 20: What’s within you is stronger than what’s in your way. Hear Tom Lillig and David Shurna share about their amazing work helping people overcome barriers to live lives of purpose and contribution.