We all recognize and understand the power of caring. But caring – to be sustainable – must come from overflow, not emptiness. In this inspiring, thought-provoking session, you’ll:
- Understand why caring needs to be examined through the lens of accountability so that it sustains, supports, and renews the human spirit.
- Discover why it’s vital to make the shift to principle-centered caring – and how to make this real in your organization and personal life.
- Learn the true work of caring: to empower those you care about in a way that’s sustainable for everyone in your organization and life.
- Get to the root of caring in your life and ways to care that support and sustain your own well-being and the wellbeing of those you love and serve.
Step back and gain a new perspective on caring from one of Canada’s most respected teams on authentic leadership and organizational culture, IrvineStone. This session is based on David’s book, Caring Is Everything: Getting to the Heart of Humanity, Leadership, and Life.
This session is also available as a virtual presentation.
ATTENDEES SAY IT BEST:
“Your session wowed our conference attendees, who rated it an incredible 4.96 out of 5. What a privilege for us to have you on our stage. Thank you for your amazing contribution to our success. You truly made a difference!” – Pat Goodberry, HealthCare Service Excellence Conference Chair
“Love, love, love this session! He is so compassionate and raw. Tears in my eyes during his closing words.” – Heather Goslee, Chippewa County Montevideo Hospital
“I was so touched by your talk. I’ve walked through the valley of losing my mom this year. I was running away from caring. Thanks for getting me back on track.” – Arlene Harms, Rio Grande Hospital
“David is an articulate and engaging presenter –– a great choice for conference and development programs. He has a wonderful ability to make his comments relevant to the issues and challenges that confront leaders in their daily lives.” – Geoffrey Crampton, Vice President, People & Organization Development, Fraser Health Authority