Behaviours and Styles
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Global Empathy Experiment

Global Empathy Experiment | Behaviours and Styles |

Could a greater miracle take place than for us to lookthrough each other’s eyes for an instant?"  Henry David ThoreauPeople tend to circle with those who share similar views and ideas, but what about those who don’t share the same values or who don’t believe in the same God?  Can you still feel to their joy? Suffering?  Experiences?  That's Empathy.

We must take the first leap together, as ONE, to see beyond what defines us and to reach beyond where we come from to truly see others.  Heartbreak, anger, loneliness; these are universal terms. And what about other living creatures, do they not feel pain and suffering?

What we are trying to say is that we must care about those around us. It shouldn't be just about OUR loved ones, OUR misfortunes and OUR pleasures. Globalizing empathy is a step towards a better society, developing care and understanding that cross geographical, social and species boundaries.

Can us caring lead others to care? And can this care be translated into actions? Actions like saving lives, spreading love, reaching out and giving a helping hand…

Via Edwin Rutsch
Stefanie Lambeens's insight:
Empathy, the way to adapt to others
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Leadership Development Rebounding Fast - About - News & Issues

Leadership Development Rebounding Fast
About - News & Issues
Your leadership style is situational. Your leadership style depends on the task, the team or individual's capabilities and knowledge, the time and tools available and the results desired.

Via Roy Sheneman, PhD
Stefanie Lambeens's insight:
Situational leadership
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