Tag Archives: Empathy

Empathy

During my last full-time job as an executive leader, my colleagues and I were asked to stand in front of the entire company and talk about which of the organization’s corporate values resonated with us the most. Our choices: self-awareness, positive … Continue reading

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Active Listening

Carl Rogers and Richard Farson coined the term active listening in 1957, writing that “active listening is an important way to bring about changes in people…[it] brings about changes in peoples’ attitudes toward themselves and others; it also brings about changes in … Continue reading

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Word of the Day

Kind Washing : it’s when an organization spends more time and money on marketing itself as a empathetic then it does on minimizing practices the alienate or take advantage of employees and consumers. And in a strange way, the word … Continue reading

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Therapeutic Notes : Empathic Understanding

Effectively communicate that you understand the youth emotionally as well as cognitively Enhance the youth’s and parents’/guardians’ perception that they can communicate with their needs Enhance self-worth (if she finds value in me, I must have value) Advice from a … Continue reading

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