Empathetic leadership is crucial in today’s workplace, driven by employee expectations. However, managers often find it emotionally and physically draining. Many managers feel torn between being empathetic at the cost of their well-being or preserving their emotional health by distancing themselves. Fortunately, a Stanford psychologist and neuroscientist suggests that this dilemma is more apparent than real. He outlines three strategies for leading empathically without compromising personal balance and presents a blueprint for practicing sustainable empathy. Read More Here.
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