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In our over-stressed world, many healthcare providers, social workers, and caregivers are suffering from slow yet painful burnout. Many of the rest of us, working long hours and raising families, seem to be approaching burnout, too. Sometimes we may feel that we’re too exhausted to keep giving to others, even…
When Sheryl Sandberg, author of Lean In, lost her husband, she said no one knew how to talk to her. People felt awkward around her and didn’t know what to say. One of the goals of her new book, New York Times Bestseller Option B is to talk about how we can both build resilience…
We’ve been indoors, dragging all winter, and if you’re like me, you’re looking for some serious inspiration for the summer months. As an author of a happiness book myself, I tend to be picky about what I read—it needs to be inspiring, smart (research-backed) and entertaining—that combo is rare but always a…
We’re living in an epidemic of incivility, disengagement, and despair at work—all forms of suffering that create a costly drain on organizational potential and rob workplaces of dignity and motivation. In their new book, CCARE researcher Monica Worline and her co-author Jane Dutton reveal how compassion contributes to the strategic…