About This Webcast

Kindness has been viewed as a soft or weak trait in the business world. Until recently - now it’s considered a strength. There is a paradigm shift in leadership. New research from Harvard Business Review and The Potential Project has found that the three most impactful qualities in leadership are mindfulness, selflessness and compassion. It’s time to cultivate kind work cultures, both from the top down and bottom up, to transform companies from the inside out.

In this webcast, Dr. Tara Cousineau will discuss:

  • What are empathy and compassion and why leaders should prioritize them
  • How to apply kindness in the workplace as part of its culture
  • Why kindness, at individual level, is key to wellbeing and happiness

Check out Dr. Cousineau's new book The Kindness Cure on Amazon 


As with all Whil webcasts, this qualifies for 1 hour of SHRM and HRCI continuing education credit.

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About Tara Cousineau

Tara Cousineau, PhD, is a clinical psychologist, meditation teacher, well-being researcher, and social entrepreneur. She is the consulting Chief Science officer to Whil. She has received numerous grants from the National Institutes of Health Small Business Innovative Research program and is affiliated with the Center for Mindfulness and Compassion at Cambridge Health Alliance in Somerville, MA. Learn more about her new book, THE KINDNESS CURE (February 2018, New Harbinger Press) and check out her Kindness Quotient quiz.


About Joe Burton

Joe Burton is the founder and CEO of Whil Concepts, Inc. (“Whil”), a digital training platform helping employees to reduce stress, increase resiliency and improve their sleep and performance. He’s an entrepreneur in scientific wellbeing, former President of Headspace and spent fifteen years as a global COO in public companies. Joe is an alumnus of Harvard Business School and travels the world speaking on topics including disruption, culture, employee safety and mindfulness as competitive advantage.


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