Jane Dutton and Monica C. Worline

Congratulations! Awakening Compassion wins medal in 2017 Nautilus Book Awards

May 21, 2018

Jane Dutton and Monica Worline’s latest book Awakening Compassion at Work: The Quiet Power that Elevates People and Organizations was awarded a Silver Medal in the 2017 Nautilus Book Awards.

The Nautilus Book Awards were created in 1998 to “recognize, promote, and celebrate books that support conscious living and sustainability, high-level wellness, spiritual growth, and positive social change.” A number of prominent and recognizable authors have received past awards, including: The Dalai Lama, Charles, Prince of Wales, Desmund Tutu, and Adam Grant (for Originals).

Awakening Compassion was published by Berrett-Koehler in February 2017 and was recognized in the Nautilus category of Business and Leadership.

Jane Dutton is the Robert L. Kahn Distinguished University Emerita Professor of Business Administration and Psychology at the University of Michigan and co-founder of the Center for Positive Organizations. Her research on Positive Organizational Scholarship began with an interest in compassion and the difference it makes for individuals and organizations, and has expanded to focus on the power of positive relationships at work, job crafting, and positive identities.

Monica C. Worline, PhD, is founder and CEO of EnlivenWork, an innovation organization that teaches people how to tap into courageous thinking, compassionate leadership, and the curiosity to bring their best work to life. She is a research scientist at Stanford University’s Center for Compassion and Altruism Research and Education and an affiliate faculty at the Center for Positive Organizations.