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Scott Shute



Scott Shute is an American author, public speaker, and advocate for implementing compassion and mindfulness in the workplace as effective strategies for work-life balance.

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The Full Body Yes: Change Your Work and Your World from the Inside Out

Work shouldn't be a burden that takes place outside of your “real life.” It should, and can, be a source of happiness and authentic meaning―if you work from the inside out.

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Wisdom and Compassion in Business | Scott Shute

From the 2018 New Leader Summit brought to you by Wisdom 2.0 and LinkedIn, Scott Shute speaks on mindfulness in the workplace.

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Compassion Is a Strategic Advantage

LinkedIn’s vision is to create economic opportunity for every member of the global workforce. You might be surprised that one of the biggest skills needed to achieve that vision is compassion, and especially compassion in leadership.

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Mindfulness at Work | Scott Shute, David Gelles, Parneet Pal | Wisdom 2.0 2017

Scott Shute, David Gelles and Parneet Pal speak at Wisdom 2.0, 2017 in San Francisco.

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Compassion Means Business At LinkedIn

I recently interviewed Scott Shute, Head of Mindfulness and Compassion at LinkedIn on his thoughts about compassionate leadership.

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6 Ways to Build a Culture of Compassion

Scott Shute, the head of Mindfulness and Compassion at LinkedIn, shares a few simple gestures that can help foster compassion in our workplaces, families, and communities.

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3 Ways Leaders Can Prevent Emotional Drain

When it comes to supporting employees to thrive despite the emotional fallout of the pandemic, leaders (and mindfulness) have a critical role to play.

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At LinkedIn, Mindfulness Is Serious Business

LinkedIn’s head of mindfulness and compassion programs says, “Compassion is a strategy for long-term success.”

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Two Truths and a Lie (Myth) About Mindfulness

What is Mindfulness? Simply put, it’s being aware of the present moment in a non-judgmental way.

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Should You Be Grateful for the Hardest Thing in Your Life?

One trait of highly successful people is having a positive outlook on life, always moving forward, always learning – especially when it’s hard. We’re not typically grateful for the “worst” things in our lives. If we want to have a growth mindset, we should be.

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