Presenter: Monica Worline, PhD
Monica Worline, PhD, is an organizational psychologist and co-founder of the idea incubator EnlivenWork(link is external), which is dedicated to working in collaboration with our partners to bring some of the world’s most powerful ideas to life and awaken the curiosity, compassion, and courageous thinking that drive organizations to thrive. Monica serves as the Faculty Director of Innovation and Engaged Learning at the University of Michigan Ross School of Business’s Center for Positive Organizations(link is external), where she is the faculty leader of an action learning immersion program focused on The Science of Thriving at Work (and Beyond!). Monica is the co-author, with Jane Dutton, of the book Awakening Compassion at Work, which brings 20 years of a scholarship focused on compassion in the organizational and social sciences to life for leaders and practitioners. She works with leaders and practitioners focused on compassion as a collaborating research scientist at Stanford University’s Center for Compassion and Altruism Research and Education(link is external).
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