We’re living in unprecedented times. Never before in our lifetime has there been such widespread disruption in our daily lives, and seismic shifts in how people work. This new era requires a new approach to leading, managing, and participating at work and in life.
What the world needs now is compassionate leadership. Those who practice it have found great success across the metrics that matter. Study after study shows this approach in the workplaces drives employee satisfaction and engagement while also driving innovation, productivity, and better financial results, and in communities, helps solve problems and promote wellbeing and progress.
Please join Donato Tramuto, renowned healthcare, and social justice activist, philanthropist, former CEO, and SJC’s Honorary Scholar -In -Residence, for a special webinar presentation of his new book on Compassionate Leadership with guests Governor John Baldacci, Saint Joseph’s College President Jim Dlugos, and Rev. Becca Stevens, priest, author, and entrepreneur.
The book and this discussion will show leaders that compassion is a strength, a critical skill, and an imperative. That leaders can be strong, tough, and performance-driven while sticking to their values and principles. Great leaders who use this approach understand that people and profits are goals that are not mutually exclusive. They see that infusing leadership with a deep commitment to compassion is the accelerant that gives it added power.
This webinar will speak to anyone who defines themselves as or aspires to be a leader, regardless of their current age, environment, or role. The era of Compassionate Leadership has come, and this book will be an essential guide.
To RSVP, visit https://www.sjcme.edu/alumni
(A Zoom link for the event will be sent in your confirmation email.)