Could Compassion Be Commercially Smart? with Dr. Stephen Trzeciak

Stephen Trzeciak is a physician-scientist and chief of medicine at Cooper University Healthcare, and professor and chair of medicine at Cooper Medical School of Rowan University. Stephen specializes in intensive care medicine, and is a National Institutes of Health-funded clinical researcher, with more than 100 scientific journal publications. Currently, Stephen’s research has focused on a new field called Compassionomics. And he is the co-author of the best-selling book of the same name, which we are going to dive into in our discussion today.

In this week’s episode, Dr. Paige Williams speaks with Dr. Stephen Trzeciak about his research into compassion and the difference it can make in organizations.

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You’ll Learn:
  • [02:05] - Stephen defines compassionomics
  • [07:20] - Stephen describes what research suggests is the difference Compassionomics makes
  • [10:36] - Stephen explains the impact of compassionomics in reversing the effects of burnout
  • [19:16] - Stephen shares the surprising finding of how long it takes to put Compassionomics into action
  • [22:46] - Stephen outlines the mindset that can help to bring compassionmics to life
  • [29:40] - Stephen explains how we can create cultures of compassion
  • [33:07] - Stephen completes the lightning round
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Until next time, take care!  Thank you, Stephen!