As people who are deeply driven to make the world a better place, it’s important to remember that we can’t change the world until we grow ourselves.
Serving our communities and our world doesn’t need to come at the expense of our health and personal relationships. In fact, in the long run, it can’t. Compassion fatigue and burn-out are all too common for those in social services. From doctors to policy advocates, critical thinking skills and good intentions are deciptive, creating personal blind spots and hurting our teams. These counterproductive behaviors, beliefs and emotions ultimately inhibit our ability to be and create the change we seek in the world.
Artha leverages its’ training and knolwedge in psychology, emotional intelligence and mindfulness to empower people and teams to maximize their potential and boost performance. The fundamental competencies we aim to build are self-awareness, resilience and compassion. Our approach draws from modern research on the behavioral sciences and midnfulness, theories such as Howard Gardner’s Theory of Multiple Intelligences, Daniel Goleman’s model of emotional intelligence, and tools (including 360 degree assessments).
We align people to their mission and vision, from the inside out.