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The Science of Empathy
1. COGNITIVEThe ability to know how the other person feels and what they might be thinking. This kind of empathy is also known as “perspective-taking.”Pros: Helpful when making negotiations or when trying to motivate people. Managers who are good at perspective-taking can move workers to give the...
Dare to choose empathy - empathy training
When it comes to increasing your capacity for empathy, the journey can be a lot like chasing happiness or love or any other elusive and sometimes fleeting emotion. Empathy might find you, but sometimes you just have to choose it.Science tells us that, in any given moment, we either feel empathy o...
Our technology is only as empathetic as we are  
Another option is to undergo empathy training. Many people in different SXSW sessions also embraced the idea of mindfulness and compassion meditation. Simply mustering compassion for others during meditation has been proven to measurably change neural pathways.  
Panelist Marie Glad of the Barce...
(Empathic Healthcare) The meaning and value of empathy for health organizations
As empathy has become more central to discussions of experience and engagement, it seems like the right time for sharing this framework outside of academia. My intention is to offer a lens for better understanding of the extent to which the people involved in innovation efforts – and, by extensio...
Could an empathy meeting help you see with new eyes? 
Science tells us that empathy is intentional, and it takes practice. The first step toward bringing more empathy into the workplace might be creating or fostering a culture of empathy internally.  
“If empathy is not an embedded part of your culture, and if you and your colleagues are not sharin...
The Evolutionary Origins of Empathy
With the daily news of violence in the media, it’s useful to remember that humans are cooperative apes, more so than chimpanzees and other primates, writes anthropologist and evolutionary psychologist Sarah Blaffer Hrdy. Hrdy is an influential primatologist devoted to the scientific study of prim...
(Empathy Design) 4 essential steps to designing with empathy
Design thinking is more than just a passing fad. Some of the world’s top brands including IBM, Apple, and Google have embraced the design thinking mindset in an effort to guess less and design products and experiences that truly resonate with their user base. Unlike decades prior, the one-size-fi...
Why You Get Stressed When Your Partner Is Stressed | Brides
There is a fine line between caring for your spouse, and letting their problems take over your life. Here's what to know about anxiety contagion.
 
When you’re in a relationship, it’s no secret that you share the highs and the lows. You feel elated when your partner is happy, and you can feel com...
(Empathic Leadership) Too Much Of A Good Thing: Tips On Avoiding the Dangers Of Unchecked Empathy
Empathy is essential for a leader, so how can too much be dangerous? A leader can’t lead effectively without a highly developed capacity for empathy. The ability to get out of your own mental framework and put yourself in other peoples’ shoes is essential for impactful communication, crisis manag...