Compassion is trending and has gone through quite an evolution. Kevin sits down with Nate Regier to discuss that compassion and accountability can coexist and are crucial for effective leadership; they are not mutually exclusive. He shares three foundational switches of compassion: value, capability, and responsibility. Each switch represents a decision or choice made in relation to others.
00:00 Introduction to the topic of compassion and accountability in business
01:23 The decision to write the book and the importance of compassion
02:35 Definition of compassionate accountability and its importance in leadership
08:05 The difference between accountability and responsibility
10:07 The evolution of compassion in the business world
15:39 The three switches of compassion: value, capability, and responsibility
24:45 Implementing compassionate accountability in organizational culture
29:25 Overcoming barriers to compassionate accountability
31:56 Where to learn more about the book and take the assessment
33:09 The importance of taking action and implementing the ideas discussed
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