I believe too many people are concerned with getting ahead and not about how they treat others. Character.org is changing this narrative one school and one community at a time.
While all books can help widen a children’s world, literary fiction also has the power to build their empathy.
Empathy is an indispensable leadership skill and a driver that predicts high-performing teams and organizations, but there is a significant gap between how leaders assess their empathy skills and how their employees view them.
Dr. Sara Konrath offers insights into the nature of—and the need for—empathy, and how it can benefit both society and the individual
Youth sports provide the perfect environment for growing the character traits that can help solve the problems our communities and country face. Jim Thompson, Founder and CEO of Positive Coaching…
In a world where people seem intent on “choosing sides,” empathy can help make society more humane and inclusive. Parents can use some simple approaches to help their teens develop…
Do values and purpose belong at school? Anecdotal and research evidence suggests we can’t afford to keep them out.
We need to make character more explicit in our communities, organizations, and wider global experience; it is through story, sharing, and accessibility to character that will empower adults to be the best moral and ethical version of themselves.
Through personal experience and observation of many, I have come to believe good character in the workplace takes the form of a genuine desire to simply be genuine.
I am indebted beyond measure to my sanctuary of greenery and open space, and I bet I’m not alone.