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Empathy

  • Unity in diversity

    Nowadays having learners from diverse backgrounds in one room is more common than ever before. It comes with challenges, but if managed well, diversity can lead to a unique “masterpiece” of an experience. There is a great saying by organizational psychologists that “The worst kind of group for an organization that wants to be innovative and creative is one in…

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  • In this video, Dr. Gabor Maté gives a beautiful speech on human nature and the implications culture has on our ability to maintain it. In this segment of the speech, he discusses four different categories of self-alienation, and provides a sentiment of hope to stay in touch with our true nature as we move forward through the challenging times of…

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  • Emotional intelligence (EI) refers to the ability to perceive, control, and evaluate emotions. Some researchers suggest that emotional intelligence can be learned and strengthened, while others claim it’s an inborn characteristic. Description: The Emergence of Emotional Intelligence: It was not until 1985, when in a doctoral dissertation by Wayne Payne that the term, “emotional intelligence” was first used. In 1987,…

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  • Why did I choose this tool? Although the research behind and the proven importance of emotional intelligence is widely recognized, there is still a gap between how relevant emotional intelligence has been proven to be, and how widely it is applied and especially how developed, in every-day life. This tool once more brings to light how essential it is, using…

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  • Why did I choose this tool? I used to be one of those people that dove headfirst into every cause that was helping someone or that I was asked to contribute to. I worked very hard with no pay for over 8 years, giving all of my time, energy, emotions and brainpower towards accomplishing the goals of a non-profit organization.…

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  • What is empathy, and how empathic am I?

    Why did I choose this tool? I got quite tired of seeing empathy being stated as the answer to everything, and that everyone needs to have more empathy. While I agree that empathy is essential to understanding, communicating and getting along with each other, I felt that I was already overwhelmed by the amount of empathy that I already have,…

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  • Why did I choose this tool? Researching empathy and empaths is an interesting but confusing pursuit. When I read this list of scientific (or semi-scientific) explanations for empathy, it helped me to be able to narrow my search for information in a certain direction, rather than ending up with all kinds of confusing information. I hope that in the coming…

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  • Empathy and emotions can be quite an elusive topic, because we can’t really see emotions and empathy it’s difficult to make an objective analysis of them. On the other hand, emotions are so central to being healthy and productive human beings and they can begin or end every kind of relationship we have with others. Therefore, we can’t possibly ignore…

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  • Introduction: As a follow-up of the article in this competence “The 6 Stages of Empathy” this article gives some ideas of how we can develop ourselves in each of the 6 stages, including: Emotion Contagion Empathic Accuracy Emotion Regulation Concern for Others Perspective Taking Perceptive Engagement It is recommended to first read the above-mentioned article which contains a more detailed…

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  • Why did I choose this tool? I chose this tool because it gives some clarity on what can be a bit of a fuzzy topic – listening. It makes points that are easy to understand and makes it a bit easier to look inside yourself and others. Awareness is power, so merely the awareness can help us change our listening…

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