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Compassionate Leadership - 3 micro videos

https://www.early-years.org/news/mifc-compassionate-leadership

As we begin a new year again within the shadow of the pandemic, Zoe Kernohan Neely from Early Years, Dr. Joshua D. Feder, MD, Child and Family Psychiatry and Jerri Lynn Hogg, Director of Media Psychology at Fielding University present this series of three videos on compassionate leadership. As leaders we want to be kind while being effective, and this can be difficult. How do make sure that we do not become tired and angry but instead stay fresh and creative?

 

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Joshua Feder, M.D. Dr. Feder's Blog

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