The importance of shared suffering in the workplace

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As a company leader, there will be times when your employees experience some form of suffering. Mass layoffs at your organization, global pandemics, and social unrest are just a few things in our recent history that might be impacting your workforce.

During these times, one of the most critical things that leaders can do is share in the suffering of their employees. In this post, we’ll explain what this means and what shared suffering looks like in action. 

The importance of shared suffering in the workplace 

Negative events are bound to happen. A leader’s response

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