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Empathy Every Day

Author : A. J. Juliani
ISBN : 1734364904
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Empathy Driven Leadership

Author : Dwayne Buckingham
ISBN : 0985576596
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With an increase in workplace violence, burnout, job dissatisfaction and employee turnover, the demand for change in management styles has never been greater than it is today. The traditional hierarchical, dictatorial styles of leadership are a thing of the past. Tyrannical management has lost traction over the past few decades as people demand more empathically to be treated fairly in the workplace. Empathy-Driven Leadership is a simple, but powerful parable that reveals how leaders can enhance morale and increase workplace productivity by embracing and applying The 5 Skills of Highly Empathic Leaders: Lead in a Righteous Manner, Suspend Judgment, Seek to Understand, Acknowledge Subjective Experiences and Maintain a Collaborative Spirit. By reading this thought-provoking and personal story, you will learn how to transform from being a mission-focused tyrant leader to a people-focused empathic leader. By the book's end you will truly understand the value of demonstrating empathy to create an environment where employees can perform exceptionally well. Although the story takes place in a military setting, The Empathy-Driven Leadership management model can be applied by any leader in any organization. The plot is simplistic, but the message is life-changing.

Jacinda Ardern

Author : Supriya Vani
ISBN : 9780861540310
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Jacinda Ardern was swept to office in 2017 on a wave of popular enthusiasm dubbed ‘Jacindamania’. In less than three months, she rose from deputy leader of the opposition to New Zealand’s highest office. Her victory seemed heroic. Few in politics would have believed it possible; fewer still would have guessed at her resolve and compassionate leadership, which, in the wake of the horrific Christchurch mosque shootings of March 2019, brought her international acclaim. Since then, her decisive handling of the COVID-19 pandemic has seen her worldwide standing rise to the point where she is now celebrated as a model leader. In 2020 she won an historic, landslide victory and yet, characteristically, chose to govern in coalition with the Green Party. Jacinda Ardern: Leading with Empathy carefully explores the influences – personal, social, political and emotional – that have shaped Ardern. Peace activist and journalist Supriya Vani and writer Carl A. Harte build their narrative through Vani’s exclusive interviews with Ardern, as well as the prime minister’s public statements and speeches and the words of those who know her. We visit the places, meet the people and understand the events that propelled the daughter of a small-town Mormon policeman to become a committed social democrat, a passionate Labour Party politician and a modern leader admired for her empathy and courage.

Jacinda Ardern Leading With Empathy

Author : Supriya Vani
ISBN : 9781743587805
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Jacinda Ardern: Leading with Empathy is a major biography of one of the most important and inspirational leaders of the twenty-first century, based on interviews with the New Zealand Prime Minister herself. Jacinda Ardern was swept into office in 2017, with a wave of popular adulation dubbed ‘Jacindamania’. Her victory seemed heroic: in less than three months, she rose from deputy leader of the opposition, to the highest office in her nation. Few in politics would have believed it possible; fewer still would have guessed at her resolve and compassionate leadership, which, in the wake of the horrific Christchurch mosque shootings of March 2019 and the struggles of the COVID-19 pandemic, brought her international acclaim and a second term. Jacinda Ardern: Leading with Empathy carefully explores the influences – personal, social, political and emotional – that have shaped Ardern. Acclaimed peace activist and journalist Supriya Vani and writer Carl A Harte build their narrative through Vani's personal interviews with Ardern, as well as the prime minister's public statements and speeches and the words of those who know her. We visit the places, meet the people and understand the events that propelled the daughter of a small-town Mormon policeman into a committed social democrat, a passionate Labour Party politician, and a model modern leader.

Empathetic Leadership In Critical Situations

Author : Charalampos Polymilis
ISBN : OCLC:609878123
Genre : Crisis management
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Junior officers and senior enlisted leaders face intense crises and duress during deployments. They operate in high reliability organizations (HROs) where planning for failure is the norm and individuals' expectation of loss is high. Still, when units experience IEDs (improvised explosive devices) or suicide bomb attacks, unit integrity and ability to stay together and focused are called into question. This thesis first explores and develops the concept of empathetic leadership; it is differentiated from similar concepts of leadership in the context of a critical military incident. The research then analyzes leadership behavior described in detail in a Ground Combat Element (GCE) after an unexpected suicide bomb attack at an entry control point in a combat zone where a well-respected Senior Enlisted Leader (SEL) lost his life. His positive effect on his men made his loss difficult for the unit, making it hard for the unit to recover and heal. The central aim of this thesis is to analyze the incident of the loss of the SEL and uncover key leadership behaviors under traumatic and life-threatening situations necessary for managers of high reliability organizations. More than any other characteristic of leadership, empathy plays a vital and effective role in the leading as long as it ensures communication and generates mutual trust between the leader and the follower. Lessons derived from this case provide useful perspectives of managing and leading in critical situations where major trauma is a vital concern. Junior officers and senior enlisted leaders face intense crises and duress during deployments. They operate in high reliability organizations (HROs) where planning for failure is the norm and individuals' expectation of loss is high. Still, when units experience IEDs (improvised explosive devices) or suicide bomb attacks, unit integrity and ability to stay together and focused are called into question. This thesis first explores and develops the concept of empathetic leadership; it is differentiated from similar concepts of leadership in the context of a critical military incident. The research then analyzes leadership behavior described in detail in a Ground Combat Element (GCE) after an unexpected suicide bomb attack at an entry control point in a combat zone where a well-respected Senior Enlisted Leader (SEL) lost his life. His positive effect on his men made his loss difficult for the unit, making it hard for the unit to recover and heal. The central aim of this thesis is to analyze the incident of the loss of the SEL and uncover key leadership behaviors under traumatic and life-threatening situations necessary for managers of high reliability organizations. More than any other characteristic of leadership, empathy plays a vital and effective role in the leading as long as it ensures communication and generates mutual trust between the leader and the follower. Lessons derived from this case provide useful perspectives of managing and leading in critical situations where major trauma is a vital concern.

The Care Equation

Author : Alex Draper
ISBN : 1953153550
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Over 50% of today's leaders have never received any kind of training on how to lead people. That means half of the bosses in the world receive no on-the-job training for the job of leading and managing their people. This has created a phenomenon called The Great Exodus, where the biggest contributor to employees voluntarily leaving their jobs is their direct boss. Fortunately, there is an emerging trend of leaders and business owners who value their teams and talent, leaders who care. That is who this book is for. The CARE Equation takes you into the heart of what it means to lead with empathy and build a sense of psychological safety in your team and organization. Alex Draper, CEO of DX Learning has spent decades working with leaders and teams across a broad swath of industry, and developed The CARE Equation to solve the biggest problems of leading people. The CARE Equation unpacks how focusing on Clarity, Autonomy & Relationships builds real Equity among your team, allowing them to perform to their highest ability, with less direct oversight. You will learn how to unpack eight cognitive biases, like the Curse of Knowledge and The Framing Effect, to be lead from a place of clarity, self-awareness and authenticity. Take your place at the forefront of this leadership revolution and solve The CARE Equation for yourself, and accelerate your organization today!

The Empathic Leader

Author : Dwayne Buckingham
ISBN : 0985576529
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With an increase in workplace violence, burnout, job dissatisfaction and employee turnover, the demand for change in management styles has never been greater than it is today. The traditional hierarchical, dictatorial styles of leadership are a thing of the past. Tyrannical management has lost traction over the past few decades as people demand more empathically to be treated fairly in the workplace. The Empathic Leader is a simple, but powerful parable that reveals how leaders can enhance morale and increase workplace productivity by embracing and applying The 5 Skills of Highly Empathic Leaders: Lead in a Righteous Manner, Suspend Judgment, Seek to Understand, Acknowledge Subjective Experiences and Maintain a Collaborative Spirit. By reading this thought-provoking and personal story, you will learn how to transform from being a mission-focused tyrant leader to a people-focused empathic leader. By the book's end you will truly understand the value of demonstrating empathy to create an environment where employees can perform exceptionally well. Although the story takes place in a military setting, The Empathic Leader management model can be applied by any leader in any organization. The plot is simplistic, but the message is life-changing.

Empathy

Author : Matthias Fauno
ISBN : 1673168205
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BOOK DESCRIPTON Some of us are natural-born empathies-those with an extraordinary ability to sense and understand other people's feelings, situations and needs. Yet compassion is a universal human capacity that we can all know wisely to wake up and use. In this book, step-bystep, you will learn the art of learning through the eyes and hearts of those around youand most effectively communicating with and helping them. The solution is the subject of traditional consumer development. Empathy is a peoplefocused mentality that helps you understand their habits and experiences of thinking. Empathy will teach you how to compile and compare these trends in order to make better choices, improve your approach, and work together effectively. You can find in this book: - Signs Yоu'rе Suссееdіng In Life Even If Yоu Dоn't Fееl Yоu Are - Emраth Trаіtѕ And Scientific Thеоrіеѕ - Tірѕ tо Help wіth Over-Active Emраthу - Phаѕеѕ оf Becoming a Skilled Empath - Wауѕ Inсrеаѕіng Yоur Emраthу Will Trаnѕfоrm Yоur Lіfе This kind of sensitivity we might call empathy is not a burden we have to bear, but an ability we have to learn to use. Nurture it, practice it, learn to do it without being emotionally overwhelmed. Use this gift to strengthen your friendships and promote the strength of your social skills.

Leading With Empathy

Author : Gautham Pallapa
ISBN : 1119837251
Genre : Business & Economics
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Learn to lead others through adversity with the power of human connection. In Lead with Empathy: Understanding the Needs of Today’s Workforce, acclaimed strategist and business leader Dr. Gautham Pallapa presents an insightful roadmap to leading people through adversity and empowering humans in the workplace, the home, and society. Through this book, the distinguished author examines the impact of recent world-shaking events and how they have impacted us as a species and as individuals. He explores how empathy can help alleviate some of the more harmful effects of hardship and offers key actions that empathic leaders can take to inspire their followers. Finally, the book describes how to transform the way we work by rethinking and reimagining existing processes and innovatively introducing strategic disruption. Lead with Empathy also includes: Stories, anecdotes, and personal musings that grant visibility and validation to the suffering of others Exercises and strategies to reduce stress, anxiety, and improve happiness and positivity Actions that enable leaders to empower people through empathy, collaboration, and communication. An essential read for executives, managers, and business leaders of all types, Leading with Empathy will also earn a place on the bookshelves of military, athletic, and educational leaders who seek to inspire their followers and empower humanity in the face of adversity.

Neuronal Correlates Of Empathy

Author : Ksenia Z. Meyza
ISBN : 9780128093481
Genre : Science
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Neuronal Correlates of Empathy: From Rodent to Human explores the neurobiology behind emotional contagion, compassionate behaviors and the similarities in rodents and human and non-human primates. The book provides clear and accessible information that avoids anthropomorphisms, reviews the latest research from the literature, and is essential reading for neuroscientists and others studying behavior, emotion and empathy impairments, both in basic research and preclinical studies. Though empathy is still considered by many to be a uniquely human trait, growing evidence suggests that it is present in other species, and that rodents, non-human primates, and humans share similarities. Examines the continuum of behavioral and neurobiological responses between rodents—including laboratory rodents and monogamic species—and humans Contains coverage of humans, non-human primates, and the emerging area of rodent studies Explores the possibility of an integrated neurocircuitry for empathy

The Neuroscience Of Empathy Compassion And Self Compassion

Author : Larry Charles Stevens
ISBN : 9780128098387
Genre : Psychology
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The Neuroscience of Empathy, Compassion, and Self-Compassion provides contemporary perspectives on the three related domains of empathy, compassion and self-compassion (ECS). It informs current research, stimulates further research endeavors, and encourages continued and creative philosophical and scientific inquiry into the critical societal constructs of ECS. Examining the growing number of electrocortical (EEG Power Spectral, Coherence, Evoked Potential, etc.) studies and the sizeable body of exciting neuroendocrine research (e.g., oxytocin, dopamine, etc.) that have accumulated over decades, this reference is a unique and comprehensive approach to empathy, compassion and self-compassion. Provides perspectives on empathy, compassion and self-compassion (ECS), including discussions of cruelty, torture, killings, homicides, suicides, terrorism and other examples of empathy/compassion erosion Addresses autonomic nervous system (vagal) reflections of ECS Discusses recent findings and understanding of ECS from mirror neuron research Covers neuroendocrine manifestations of ECS and self-compassion and the neuroendocrine enhancement Examines the neuroscience research on the enhancement of ECS Includes directed-meditations (mindfulness, mantra, Metta, etc.) and their effects on ECS and the brain

Inside Out Empathy

Author : Erin Thorp
ISBN : 1775146308
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It's time for a new vision of leadership, one with more heart, more connection, more honesty, and deeper vulnerability. Whether you have been newly promoted to a leadership position or have been in the seat for many years, there is something for everyone in this book. You may have noticed that employing the same skills and tactics you used in your role as a team member now that you're a leader has left you with some major bumps and bruises. You may even fail at leadership. But this book is here to help you succeed as a leader. It will challenge you to learn new skills, dare you to try new approaches, and demand that you open up to vulnerability like you've probably never done. After all, we don't get anywhere new by doing the same old things! A few of the topics explored are: Move from a "do-er" to a "lead-er." Be flexible, yet strong. Open, yet focused. Care about results and care about people simultaneously. Talk the talk; walk the walk. Mistakes are necessary - fail forward. There is no such things as over-communication! Reading this book is the first step in your journey to becoming a more effective leader that will touch every aspect of your life.

Exploring Empathy

Author : Rebeccah Nelems
ISBN : 9789004360846
Genre : Social Science
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By critically exploring interdisciplinary perspectives on empathy, this dialogical volume aims to generate deeper thinking about what is at stake in discussions and practices of empathy in the 21st century.

Empathy In Counseling And Psychotherapy

Author : Arthur J. Clark
ISBN : 9781317716808
Genre : Psychology
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The purpose of this text is to organize the voluminous material on empathy in a coherent and practical manner, filling a gap that exists in the current therapeutic literature. Empathy in Counseling and Psychotherapy: Perspectives and Practices comprehensively examines the function of empathy as it introduces students and practitioners to the potential effectiveness of utilizing empathic understanding in the treatment process. Employing empathy with full recognition of its strengths and limitations promotes sound strategies for enhancing client development. As an integral component of the therapeutic relationship, empathic understanding is indispensable for engaging clients from diverse backgrounds. This cogent work focuses on understanding empathy from a wide range of theoretical perspectives and developing interventions for effectively employing the construct across the course of treatment. The book also presents a new approach for integrating empathy through a Multiple Perspective Model in the therapeutic endeavor. Organized into three sections, the text addresses empathy in the following capacities: *historical and contemporary perspectives and practices in counseling and psychotherapy; *theoretical orientations in counseling and psychotherapy; and *a Multiple Perspective Model in counseling and psychotherapy. This widely appealing volume is designed for use in courses in counseling and therapy techniques, theories of counseling and psychotherapy, and the counseling internship, and is a valuable resource for counselors, psychotherapists, psychologists, psychiatrists, social workers, and other related fields of inquiry in the human services.

The Empathy Strategy

Author : Niina Majaniemi
ISBN : 9798670189019
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Empathy in business and leadership is a power tool that will generate success in many ways. The Empathy Strategy talks about the multiple benefits that empathy creates for you and your business. It is essential for an extraordinary leadership strategy. This book is a complete guide on how to turn empathy into business value. Discover practical ways on how to lead with empathy so you can start today. This will help you as a leader to improve employee- and customer satisfaction, strengthen your brand and increase revenue. You will help others succeed and build a better business world - inclusive, compassionate, and caring. Something that societies all over the world are craving currently. Niina Majaniemi, MBA, is an expert in the field of empathy in business and has worked 20 years in international business. In this book she will share both the why and the how of empathy as a business strategy. Through years of research and touching real life examples this book will help you lead with empathy. As a result, you will gain respect, commitment, and money. It will give you the knowledge and the courage to create leadership culture, that this world desperate needs today. Empathy is for the strong leaders, ones who can lead the way. The leadership culture is changing, and this is the desirable state. Are you one of those leaders? Take a journey with this book and grab a hold of the value that empathy brings for you, your business, and for others around you.

Handbook Of Family Theories

Author : Mark A. Fine
ISBN : 9781135118747
Genre : Psychology
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Organized by content areas rather than by theory, this comprehensive, accessible handbook helps readers gain greater insight into how key theories have impacted today’s family research. Most competing books, organized by theory, do not provide a strong sense of the links between theory and research. Using the 2000 and 2010 decade-in-review issues of the Journal of Marriage and Family as a resource, the book addresses the most important topics impacting family studies research today. The introductory chapter, written by the editors, provides an overview of the role family theories have had on the field. This chapter is followed by 23 others on family-related content areas written by renowned scholars in the field. The book is organized around the most important domains in the field: parenting and parent-child relationships, romantic relationships, conflict and aggression, structural variation and transitions, demographic variations, and families and extra-familial institutions. Each of the contributors describes how theory has been used to generate new knowledge in the field and suggests future directions for how theory may be used to extend our knowledge base. The book helps readers acquire a working knowledge of the key family science theories, findings, and issues and understand how researchers make use of these theories in their empirical efforts. To maximize accessibility, each of the renowned contributors addresses a common set of issues in their chapter: • Introduction to the content area • Review of the key topics, issues, and findings • A description of each of the major theories used to study that particular content area • Limitations of the theories • Suggestions for better use of the theories and/or new theoretical advances • Conclusions about future theoretical developments. An ideal text for graduate and/or advanced undergraduate family theories courses, this book’s unique organization also lends itself to use in content-based family studies/science courses taught in family studies, human development, psychology, sociology, communication, education, and nursing. Due to its comprehensive and current approach, the book also appeals to scholars and researchers in these areas.

Promises Pedagogy And Pitfalls Empathy S Potential For Healing And Harm

Author : Pam Morrison
ISBN : 9781848884281
Genre : Social Science
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This volume explores empathy’s potential for healing and harm, and its potency to effect change for good or ill, at inter-personal, ecological and global levels.

Pedagogy Empathy And Praxis

Author : Alison Grove O'Grady
ISBN : 9783030395261
Genre : Education
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This book examines the concept of empathy as an essential aspect of the teacher training curriculum, and asks how it can be taught. While there has been a steady flow of teacher education reform books in recent years, there are comparatively few that have considered change from understandings and advances developed in human rights-based practices and theatrical traditions. The author presents unique and compelling approaches to teacher training and learning, developed in conjunction with experts in theatrical and educational fields and combining both research and praxis. This pioneering book will appeal to students and scholars of education and empathy, as well as those interested in incorporating empathy into their teaching practice.

Sustainable Leadership

Author : David Ducheyne
ISBN : 9782874034572
Genre : Business & Economics
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How to lead efficiently in a volatile, uncertain, complex and ambiguous world? Leadership has never been as difficult as it is today. And it has never been as crucial. In this VUCA world people ask leaders to provide certainty. They cannot. In the volatile, uncertain, complex and ambiguous world certainty comes from character. Leaders can base their leadership on empathy, fairness, kindness and reciprocity. These basic human elements are under pressure. This book provides both emerging and established leaders with the ingredients they need to develop a sustainable leadership style. EXCERPT A newly appointed CEO wrote that she wants to find a balance between her own values and what is expected from her. I hope for her that both are not too far apart. The board of the company chose her to do the job because of who she is, not because of who she is not. And here is the main challenge for those who are in a leadership role. How can you be a leader and still remain yourself? Something in leadership or in its context seems to urge people to change and become someone else. But leaders are not actors. If I can give only one advice: do not change who you are. You can be (come more of) yourself and grow as a person. But the moment you try and change who you are, you lose the only thing that is sustainable and dear to you: your character. This book is about sustainable leadership based on character. ABOUT THE AUTHOR David Ducheyne wrote this book as a source of inspiration for leaders who are looking for ways to maintain their leadership in VUCA times. It’s also a documented intention to try and do better.

Empathy And Covid 19 Does Empathy Lead To Show Prosocial Behaviour And Make Morally Better Choices?

Author : Duc Minh Vu
ISBN : 9783346317759
Genre : Psychology
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Essay from the year 2020 in the subject Psychology - Social Psychology, grade: 1,3, University of Kent, language: English, abstract: This essay examines whether empathy leads both individuals as well as social groups to show prosocial behaviour and make morally better choices. “We have an empathy deficit.” That quote is from Barack Obama, the 44th President of the United States. Empathy refers to processes through which people respond to others’ emotions. Initially empathy was seen by the general population as something worth striving for. However, this view was recently challenged by the American psychologist Paul Bloom by stating “The problems we face as a society and as individuals are rarely due to lack of empathy. Actually, they are often due to too much of it.” Research indicates that individuals who make decisions based on empathy are often biased and irrational. According to this perspective increasing empathy in the population will not solve social problems, but rather have a negative effect on society.

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