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7 Ways for Leaders to Cultivate Self-Compassion
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7 Ways for Leaders to Cultivate Self-Compassion 

Compassion is the emerging paradigm of great leadership, writes Georgina Miranda—yet the most challenging part may be cultivating compassion for ourselves. Here she offers practical ways leaders can show themselves the same kindness they wish to show others. Read More 

  • Georgina Miranda
  • March 16, 2022

Can You Build a City on Compassion? 

Greg fischer, the mayor of Louisville, Kentucky, is trying to prove that compassion can heal political paralysis. The cynics think he’s crazy. But what if he’s right? Read More 

  • Hugh Delehanty
  • October 8, 2016
Don’t Stop at Empathy. Your Employees Need Compassion.
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Don’t Stop at Empathy. Your Employees Need Compassion 

Compassion is more empowering than empathy, according to research. Mindful leadership expert Rasmus Hougaard breaks down how excessive empathy can contribute to burnout, and explains five key ways to support your teams by leading with compassion. Read More 

  • Rasmus Hougaard
  • January 19, 2022
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Sustaining Compassion in Health Care 

[…] instead I found myself walking into a classroom at the Stanford University School of Medicine for the first day of a teacher-training program at the Center for Compassion, Altruism, Research and Education. I was about to learn a new model for teaching the cultivation of compassion. As a Buddhist practitioner, I had always believed […] Read More 

  • Mindful Staff
  • March 6, 2013
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Three Simple Ways Parents Can Practice Self-Compassion 

Do you beat yourself up for being a bad parent? There’s an alternative. Recent research suggests self-compassion may be a resource for resiliency. Explore these three small acts of kindness to build compassion for yourself. Read More 

  • Maryam Abdullah
  • April 24, 2018

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