We must learn to live and thrive in a hybrid world and manage the implications of being inconsistently connected with each other. We have all experienced situations or relationships that could have used greater empathy.
People are naturally attracted to leaders who are perceptive, empathetic, controlled, self-aware and willing to take responsibility for their actions.
As leaders demonstrate courage, extend empathy and share gratitude, learning professionals have the privilege of leading the way in coaching and developing them.
Leaders must create work cultures that consider employees’ grief and emotional well-being as a whole.
One way training professionals can support working parents during the pandemic is by implementing effective leadership training — in particular, by helping leaders develop their empathy.
Realizing the benefits of empathy starts by clarifying what empathy actually is, why it matters and how we can learn it.
Leaders are often quick to put in place measures to safeguard others without taking ample time to look after their own well-being.
Like it or not, emotional wellness is now a workplace issue and, thus, a leadership issue. You cannot outsource concern for your people during a pandemic and quarantine; it must come from you.