By building a community that makes empathy and learning a daily habit.
Check out this video walkthrough of the revolutionary world's first Empathy Gym platform to help your company build the most inclusive, diverse, and powerful culture. Just 3-6 minutes a day and make everyone an empathy superheroes.
EMPATHY is the tool that makes your diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging initiatives ACTUALLY EFFECTIVE.
Jaago is a mobile app based Empathy Gym, where people can watch short (3 minutes or less) relatable stories, reflect and practice empathy, and see their growth as a measurement and score. Additionally, people share their own stories to practice and demonstrate vulnerability to help others understand them and further build their own empathy.
6 minutes a day (2 stories) in the Empathy Gym will make you an empathy superhero.
Your story matters. Its is powerful and Jaago is a platform that ensures your story is truly heard. We create a private safe where we highlight the story and its impact. Sharing your story can help change the world and help people like or unlike you understand you better.
As a STORYTELLER, you can upload 3-minute or less stories to share your experiences. Your perspective and experiences are important and can help others expand their own understanding. You can also track how often your videos are viewed as well as appreciation for your courage from Explorers. For ideas on themes and ideas for stories, check out the stories section.
Research and studies have shown that empathy can lead to 19% better financial outcomes for your company. You will reduce hiring and recruiting costs, find the best talent, and increase your retention. There has never been a negative impact. Your brand will be recognized as one that has made diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging initiatives effective. Happier employees are more engaged, productive and innovative.
All your employees will be more aware of unconscious biases and act with increased awareness.
Here is Gia's story about her coming out. This helps us understand how she felt while telling the story and experiencing the story.
How would you feel in that situation?
A story about being open to new people and cultures.
If you were in the situation of the storyteller, what would you do differently?
Here is a story from our CEO about the impact of his name. Stories that are relatable are the most impactful.
What are some things in your life that are different than others?