Stress, Burnout and Compassion
This course brings two linked sets of personal and workplace concerns, stress and burnout, with a series of exercises to address them while building compassion. Peoples personal and organizational lives create inevitable challenges and suffering.
Compassion offers a interpersonal opportunity to take action in the face of suffering, so we emphasize behavioral action to address life challenges and engaged empathic response in this course.
Our own research has found that a fear of receiving compassion from themselves, from others and offering compassion can have a negative impact on interpersonal skills and is linked to stress, anxiety and depression in individuals.
Martin et. al. (2014, 2017)
The Stress, Burnout and Compassion Course is designed in the most engaging way, with the Brightsity platform using cutting-edge technology, clinical/social psychological tools, as well as psychometric evaluation to measure impact in compassion and self compassion, stress, anxiety, and depression. Importantly, we also measure occupational outcomes to ensure we can show a direct relationship between compassion and professional outcomes.
1) You’re not alone – you will form a team of two motivated participants – your partner and yourself
2) Convenient – participants work efficiently when convenient for them and their partner
3) Measures employee, student, and self-development
4) Scientifically proven impact on job related competencies and psychological well-being
5) Founded and developed by Stanford University-based professors
6) Web and mobile (IOS and Android) based
7) Programs designed by preeminent psychologists and subject matter experts
Brightsity courses are easy to manage independently. Features such as automatic matching, waitlists, constant feedback, and prevention of problem participants are embedded in the program. Data is provided in easy to analyze spreadsheets.
Brightsity courses can be used to facilitate compassion development relationships between parents, teachers, administration and between community, business, associations police, firefighters, human resources managers, leaders, and organizations.
Psychometric outcomes predict actual performance and provide a baseline for continued individual and organizational performance. Organizations can use the data generated for employee support, accreditation, marketing, corporate social responsibility and recruitment.
Unleash the social capital in your organization like the 1000’s of students, doctors, nurses, executives, employees and staff using Brightsity courses in 6 countries.