Leading with Compassion: How YOU Can Be a Compassionate Project Manager

When you lead from a place of compassion, you help to create a productive and healthy work environment. When you lead from a place of compassion, you improve your communication, conflict resolution, and negotiation skills. Compassion can make you a stronger and more effective leader.

Compassion can and should be part of YOUR leadership style. Together we will explore the nature of compassion, the benefits of compassion, and how to introduce compassion into your corporate culture. You will learn how to face workplace challenges by leading from a place of compassion.

Participants will:
• Define what it means to be compassionate in the workplace
• Identify the benefits compassion brings to the workplace
• List ways in which he or she can adopt compassionate behaviors
• Learn the characteristics of compassionate organizations
• Create opportunities to demonstrate compassion to their colleagues
• Define activities to help team members become more compassionate
• Define compassionate approaches to handling difficult scenarios
• Create a plan to integrate compassion into his or her leadership style

This course is currently planned as an 8-week online course, assuming one to three hours of work each week.  This work may include video lessons, audio lessons, discussion forums, short writing assignments, and developing action plans.

Your work is independent and self-paced. There are no assigned meeting times.

Course Information:

This course is currently planned as an 8-week online course, assuming one to three hours of work each week.  This work may include video lessons, audio lessons, discussion forums, short writing assignments, and developing action plans.

Your work is independent and self-paced. There are no assigned meeting times. You will decide when you will participate in the course. You will decide whether this course will be 8-days, 8-weeks or another time frame.

Full completion of this course is worth 16 Leadership PDUs (Professional Development Units).

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Course Instructor

Margaret Meloni Margaret Meloni Author

Margaret is pmStudent community leader. Her background in IT Project Management and PMO Leadership; enables Margaret to understand that managing projects can be difficult. This is why her goal is to provide her community with knowledge and skills that can be used on the job RIGHT NOW! Her wish is to see her students take on tough projects and emerge as strong and sought-after project managers. Margaret is a dynamic teacher, who uses her real-life lessons learned combined with inspiration, common sense, and a dash of humor to create students who successfully navigate the human side of the project world. Margaret Meloni holds an M.B.A. from California State University, Long Beach. And a PhD in Religious Studies from University of the West. She is also a certified Project Management Professional (PMP).

Compassionate Leadership

$52.00
1 year of access

What is Compassion?

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Making a Business Case for Compassion

What is the Compassionate Response?

Building a Culture of Compassion

Being Compassionate in Difficult Situations

Creating Your Compassionate Leadership Plan

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