Evidence and science-based programs designed specifically for various professions and communities
Building stronger teams and cultures through compassion education
In today’s business world, we have arrived at a critical point where more than half of employees are reporting suffering from stress. High stress leads to all kinds of negative consequences for both employees and companies alike. Rather than perpetuating a culture of stress, there is evidence that compassionate workplaces are good for employee health and ultimately, the corporate bottom line.
Better Teams and Cultures Support Better Organizations
Increase resilience, self-care, & self-compassion skills
Compassion culture versus stress culture
Greater achievement through common humanity practice
Our corporate initiatives are led by industry professionals
K.C. BranscombExecutive Director, Compassion Institute and retired C-Suite (CEO) executive with public company CEO and Board experience in several industries including info tech, bio sciences, and consumer products.
Leah Weiss, Ph.D, MSWLecturer in management, Stanford University Graduate School of Business and Founding Faculty, Compassion Institute. She is author of "How We Work."
Monica Worline, Ph.DCEO of EnlivenWork and Executive Director of CompassionLab. Monica is also a research scientist at Stanford University's Center for Compassion and Altruism Research and Education. She is author of "Awakening Compassion at Work."
Bring Compassion Training into Your Workplace
“I've been working in the tech industry for my entire career, for 15 years. At Microsoft, Apple, and Facebook. There is a lot of suffering in the corporate world, but in tech there are particular sufferings, it's just such a fast-paced environment. So, I would love to bring this learning and teaching to that community, my coworkers; not just to make their lives better or make them feel better, but also I think the way they are, the way they think, it does get reflected in the products that they make. So, that is my purpose and the community that I want to teach.”
Employee at Facebook and CCT Teaching in Training