How to Become Compassion Friendly When Compassion Fatigue Sets In
March 21, 2019 | 1:00 – 1:30 p.m. EST
When a customer or a coworker shares a hardship they’re experiencing, our natural reaction is to show care and express empathy. We may not agree with the circumstances that are causing their hardship but we do want them to know we care – right? Right! People are more receptive to our help when they know we care.
But sometimes, Compassion Fatigue sets in and it can be difficult to consistently and genuinely show that care and empathy. Compassion Fatigue is a real condition. Frequent exposure to people with problems can lead to feelings of indifference and numbness. You can feel drained and tired.
48% of the US workforce experiences high levels of personal distress that is directly associated with their job duties. The two most common reactions amongst workers who begin suffering from compassion fatigue are cynicism and emotional exhaustion.
But, we can teach you the skills to combat Compassion Fatigue! FOR FREE! Sign up today to save your spot.
Join us for a live, 30-minute webinar to explore:
- What compassion fatigue is
- What harm compassion fatigue can cause
- How you can recognize the warning signs
- What you can do to build resilience against it