When all the systems and programs are removed there remains people responsible for executing tasks. People with flaws, fragility, and compassion. People who are human. When these people struggle, service delivery is compromised. IT fixes the computer bugs but who fixes the people bugs?
Who teaches the people to fix their own bugs?
Welcome to The Professional Humanitarian Project...
Helping the people who help people
Is your healthcare staff struggling with “burnout” and high turnover?
The Professional Humanitarian speaks to the core of all human services professionals from teacher’s assistants, to police officers, to nurses, and so on. Individuals that choose this profession encounter challenge unique to this industry.