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Does Empathy Lead to Psychic Abilities? Part II | Empathic Healing Method

Does Empathy Lead to Psychic Abilities? Part II | Empathic Healing Method | Empathy Circle Magazine | Scoop.it

In my previous post (Part I) we explored the nuts and bolts of how empathy and psychic ability are interrelated, and come together in a sort of outer level of awareness, which is the imagination.

 

I promised a Part II of that post would shortly follow, in which we would move in the direction of applying this knowledge to actual psychic development.

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There is sound in your silence: How to improve your communication knowing the 8 types of listening

There is sound in your silence: How to improve your communication knowing the 8 types of listening | Empathy Circle Magazine | Scoop.it
Active listening
Connected with the attentive and analytical, and aspects of all the others. You could say that this type of listening goes beyond words: you observe the body language, the speed of speaking, the tone of voice, and, of course, the message. There is a deep, attentive, sensitive connection, seeking to interpret from which universe the other person communicates. Attention, concentration and also, the exchange back and forth appears, seeking to understand and interpret the message.

 

Example: when you are with a person from your team, or with your leader, establishing the objectives of a project, in addition to paying attention to details, you decode what he says, how he says it, which barriers he expresses and which he does not, and what the unsaid that is beneath words.

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What We Need to Know About Empathy & Leadership – 3×5 Leadership

What We Need to Know About Empathy & Leadership – 3×5 Leadership | Empathy Circle Magazine | Scoop.it

Why We Must Care About Empathy & Leadership
Beyond the points considered above, there are a few additional reasons why leaders must care about and be deliberate in injecting effective empathy into the way they influence and work with others.

Trust Through Care: We see trust as the total of leader competence, character, and care. Empathy – being aware, invested, and considerate in working with others – is a key mechanism for demonstrating care to earn and maintain trust with others.


Engaged Leadership: As Donald Miller’s quote asserts above, we must be close to properly demonstrate empathy. It requires us to take time to listen, which leads us to better engage our people. This leads to others feeling more seen, appreciated, and thus valued.

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Amy J. Wilson: Leadership’s Larger Duty and Avoiding Empathy Deficit Disorder

Amy J. Wilson: Leadership’s Larger Duty and Avoiding Empathy Deficit Disorder | Empathy Circle Magazine | Scoop.it
How do we even start creating a more empathetic society? Even more specifically, what is our own personal role and responsibility in enriching the world? 

These are just two of the questions that I talk about with my guest, community builder, innovation expert and author Amy Wilson on today’s episode. Creating a more empathetic society starts with all of us taking action, but it also requires leaders who understand and value this duty as well. If we want systems or organizations to change, we need to get innovative about new solutions and new definitions of power – but it also requires a pledge for all of us, as leaders, to act with integrity, equity, and honesty. Stay tuned for a great conversation with actionable items that we all can do today. 
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5 exercises to help you build more empathy |

5 exercises to help you build more empathy | | Empathy Circle Magazine | Scoop.it
Why is empathy so important? Some of the reasons are more obvious: “It inspires us to help family members, friends, and strangers,” says Dr. Zaki. “It helps us see past differences and allows us to see others who are of a different race or a generation or ideology from our own, without the lens of stereotyping, prejudice, or bias.”
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The New Face of Leadership We Need: Empathy in Action « The New York Times in Education

The New Face of Leadership We Need: Empathy in Action « The New York Times in Education | Empathy Circle Magazine | Scoop.it
Empathy is defined as the ability to understand and share the feelings of another and falls under the umbrella of emotional intelligence. It is not that society has an inability to understand and share these feelings, but rather, has a reluctance to. When we look at the world around us, what do we see?

 

We have a presidential candidate preaching hatred of entire races, an increasingly unhealthy attitude towards Muslims in particular, and an incredible resistance to opening our arms to people of different values, like our financial embargo with Cuba for decades.

 

If our world leaders took a step back for a moment to evaluate the parties involved and gain a deeper understanding of the feelings of the people they call enemies, would we have as many enemies as we do? It is important to not mistake understanding and sharing feelings for being emotional. Leadership is not the outbursts of emotion, but the self-regulation of it.

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What is empathy—and can it backfire?

What is empathy—and can it backfire? | Empathy Circle Magazine | Scoop.it
Empathy is a useful tool that allows humans (and other species) to connect and form mutually beneficial bonds, but knowing how and when to be empathic is just as important as having empathy.

Filmmaker Danfung Dennis, Bill Nye, and actor Alan Alda discuss the science of empathy and the ways that the ability can be cultivated and practiced to affect meaningful change, both on a personal and community level.


But empathy is not a cure all. Paul Bloom explains the psychological differences between empathy and compassion, and how the former can "get in the way" of some of life's crucial relationships.

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Empathy Is an Essential Leadership Skill–How to Cultivate it | By Gustavo Razzetti

Empathy Is an Essential Leadership Skill–How to Cultivate it | By Gustavo Razzetti | Empathy Circle Magazine | Scoop.it
Empathy is caring about people as human beings
Empathy is a superpower that makes us see — and feel — what most people can’t.

Empathy is more than a soft-skill — it’s a meta-skill. It amplifies other skills making us more powerful to understand other people’s needs. Empathy is being in sync with others.

This post is an intro guide to everything empathy. What is it? How to become more empathetic? Why empathy is good for leaders? And more.
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Is Low Therapist Empathy Toxic?

Is Low Therapist Empathy Toxic? | Empathy Circle Magazine | Scoop.it
One of the largest determinants of client outcomes is the counselor who provides treatment. Therapists often vary widely in effectiveness, even when delivering standardized manual-guided treatment. In particular, the therapeutic skill of accurate empathy originally described by Carl Rogers has been found to account for a meaningful proportion of variance in therapeutic alliance and in addiction treatment outcomes.

 

High-empathy counselors appear to have higher success rates regardless of theoretical orientation. Low-empathy and confrontational counseling, in contrast, has been associated with higher drop-out and relapse rates, weaker therapeutic alliance and less client change. The authors propose emphasis on empathic listening skills as an evidence-based practice in the hiring and training of counselors to improve outcomes and prevent harm in addiction treatment

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The importance of practicing radical empathy to bridge racial divides (opinion)

The importance of practicing radical empathy to bridge racial divides (opinion) | Empathy Circle Magazine | Scoop.it
Most colleges and universities in the United States struggle to nurture talent and aren’t necessarily prepared to support the careers of women leaders, especially those from underrepresented minority groups. In higher education, senior administrators and boards of trustees tend to be predominantly white men who don’t necessarily understand how to support racial and gender equity.

Although I did encounter many men who were supportive of my career, over the years, as a minority woman leader in higher education, I’ve had to develop a strong sense of my own abilities and not allow myself to be defined by the judgment of those whose opinions I don’t respect. I have also mentored many minority and women faculty members, and I’m well acquainted with the challenges they continue to confront. In addition, I’ve frequently given advice at annual meetings and in other forums about how to recruit and advance minority and women faculty.
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Empathy on the Stage  by Susan Lanzoni,

Empathy on the Stage  by Susan Lanzoni, | Empathy Circle Magazine | Scoop.it

Empathy is often described as standing in another’s shoes, or putting oneself in someone else’s place. These expressions are more than metaphors, as they embody the powerful therapeutic tool of role-playing.

More than a century ago, the social psychologist George Herbert Mead described the self as a social entity. He argued that we build up our sense of self through our interactions with others; we imaginatively inhabit the perspectives of those around us and perceive ourselves through a social lens. This ability to adopt other perspectives was also called empathy or role-taking. In 1941, the social psychologist Leonard Cottrell deliberately took on the role of his client, Mr. Jones, who was having marital difficulties.

 

To more deeply imagine Jones’s experience, Cottrell took on his voice, writing, “I lived through a crisis in which I mustered the courage to leave her. After I left I was lonely and lost. I came back…”[1] Cottrell explained that adopting the first person not only made Jones’s experience more understandable but also made it easier to predict his future actions.[2]

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Empathy Burnout: What Is It and How To Deal With It –

Empathy Burnout: What Is It and How To Deal With It – | Empathy Circle Magazine | Scoop.it

What is empathy burnout?
Also known as ‘compassion fatigue’, the term is used to describe a person who is regularly expending their energy to care for others to the point that they, themselves, feel exhausted.

It can specifically affect those in helping roles, whether that be professionals or caregivers. “Interestingly enough, the core of empathy burnout not only sees the individual affected psychologically and physically, but it also sees their own empathy and compassion for others very much so attacked, leaving them exposed to the negative side effects associated with both prolonged stress and trauma,” Anzab tells Bed Threads Journal. 

But empathy burnout is more than just ‘exhaustion from caring for others’. 
 

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Real reasons to invest in empathy for health care leadership and the workforce

Real reasons to invest in empathy for health care leadership and the workforce | Empathy Circle Magazine | Scoop.it
When Vice President Kamala Harris praised President Joe Biden’s empathy as an early trademark of his presidency, it signaled that empathy is becoming a social movement. That’s true in health care as well.  

“Empathy is a really big idea right now and I can tell you people from many industries — police forces, educators, veterinarians and others — are inquiring about empathy training,” said Helen Riess, MD, Co-Founder and Chief Scientist, Empathetics, which provides empathy and interpersonal skills training for medical professionals. “It’s really kind of exploding. The whole world is crying out for a more compassionate health care system.” 

Catalyst described empathy as “a superpower in the future of work,” in an October 2020 report, while Google Chief Innovation Evangelist, Frederik Pferdt said: “empathy is the skill of the future.”  
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Empathy Is Not Just a Mindset; It Is a Learned Skill

Empathy Is Not Just a Mindset; It Is a Learned Skill | Empathy Circle Magazine | Scoop.it
Empathy requires more than a shift in mindset; it requires a specific set of skills

As a customer experience strategist and customer service trainer, empathy has always been a cornerstone of our approach to customer experience and service.

Customer experience is difficult and is defined more than anything by human emotion. Having teams that understand how to both have and demonstrate empathy is essential to delivering Hero-Class® service.

Listening to much of the talk about empathy in recent weeks, I’ve noticed that a key piece of the empathy puzzle is often missing, a crucial aspect of helping others become more empathetic.
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Research Symposium 2021 - Empathy and Well-being

Research Symposium 2021 - Empathy and Well-being | Empathy Circle Magazine | Scoop.it
This year, our Research Symposium 2021 theme is Empathy and Well-being.

Join thousands of like-minded individuals from health, education, research, and aligned fields in a thought-provoking two-day symposium.

Not only will this year’s virtual symposium bring together top North American neuroscientists and experts on wellbeing and empathy like Dr. Richard Davidson, Dr. Dan Siegel, Prof. Mary Helen Immordino-Yang, and Dr. Bruce Perry, but we will also dive into topics such as empathy in leadership, social justice, and we will get an across-border perspective on black fatherhood.

 

In honour of our 25th anniversary, we will be presenting the inaugural Roots of Empathy Social Justice Award to His Honour Justice Murray Sinclair, LLB, MSC, IPC.

 

 

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Empathy is good for your health and well-being (The evidence) «  Lou Agosta

Empathy is good for your health and well-being (The evidence) «  Lou Agosta | Empathy Circle Magazine | Scoop.it

Empathy is good for your health and well-being: Empathy is on a short list of stress reduction practices including meditation (mindfulness), Tai Chi, and Yoga. Receiving empathy in the form of a gracious and generous listening is like getting a spa treatment for the soul. But do not settle for metaphors.

 

For evidence-based research on empathy, empathy and stress reduction, and empathy training you may start by googling:

  • Antoni et al. 2011;
  • Ciaramicoli 2016;
  • Del Canale et al 2012;
  • Farrow et al. 2007;
  • Irwin et al. 2012;
  • Maes 1995, 1999;
  • Pollack et al. 2002;
  • Rakel et al. 2009;
  • Segerstrom and Miller 2004;
  • Slavich et al. 2013 [this list is not complete]. 

 

 

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Toward a hierarchical model of social cognition: A neuroimaging meta-analysis and integrative review of empathy and theory of mind.

Toward a hierarchical model of social cognition: A neuroimaging meta-analysis and integrative review of empathy and theory of mind. | Empathy Circle Magazine | Scoop.it
Along with the increased interest in and volume of social cognition research, there has been higher awareness of a lack of agreement on the concepts and taxonomy used to study social processes. Two central concepts in the field, empathy and Theory of Mind (ToM), have been identified as overlapping umbrella terms for different processes of limited convergence.

 

Here, we review and integrate evidence of brain activation, brain organization, and behavior into a coherent model of social-cognitive processes. We start with a meta-analytic clustering of neuroimaging data across different social-cognitive tasks.

 

Results show that understanding others’ mental states can be described by a multilevel model of hierarchical structure, similar to models in intelligence and personality research. A higher level describes more broad and abstract classes of functioning, whereas a lower one explains how functions are applied to concrete contexts given by particular stimulus and task formats.

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5 exercises to help you build more empathy 

5 exercises to help you build more empathy  | Empathy Circle Magazine | Scoop.it
Why is empathy so important? Some of the reasons are more obvious: “It inspires us to help family members, friends, and strangers,” says Dr. Zaki. “It helps us see past differences and allows us to see others who are of a different race or a generation or ideology from our own, without the lens of stereotyping, prejudice, or bias.”

But he also believes it’s not just others that benefit from empathy — so does the person feeling it. “People who experience empathy also tend to be less stressed and depressed, more satisfied with their lives, happier in their relationships, and more successful at work,” he says.
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Book focuses on empathy in the workplace

The global pandemic has turned the business world on its head. Managers and business leaders have had to become more agile and sensitive to the needs of people in their organisations. Author and podcast host Mimi Nicklin believes business organisations that lead with empathy see a turn-around in productivity, morale and all-round happiness. Nicklin's debut book, 'Softening the Edge' focuses on empathy in business, marketing and leadership
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3 Ways Developing Empathy Supports Business Acumen

3 Ways Developing Empathy Supports Business Acumen | Empathy Circle Magazine | Scoop.it
Earlier today, I was co-facilitating a leadership development workshop for a group of global leaders intensely preparing and developing their skills to be more effective leaders both today and tomorrow.

One of the discussion topics of the day was developing empathy skills. As I was listening to my co-facilitator do a great job of explaining the concepts and engaging with the group, I started to notice the dialogue in the group and among participants was different than any I have ever heard before. In listening to the great conversations, I picked up on two interesting themes coming from 42 leaders in the virtual session:

The group had a deeper sense of the value of themselves than I’ve ever experienced. They had a purer empathy for others than I’ve ever heard
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Unhelpful empathy. Well-trained therapists fail even while… | by Grin Lord 

Unhelpful empathy. Well-trained therapists fail even while… | by Grin Lord  | Empathy Circle Magazine | Scoop.it
One of the surprising insights I have gained from this work is that my global impression of the therapist’s ability to be empathic was sometimes unrelated to the specific skills they performed. In other words, they could be well-trained therapists using skills that are supposed to be empathic, and yet somehow fail to demonstrate empathy. Here’s an example:
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Empathy and bias are more intertwined than we often think

Empathy and bias are more intertwined than we often think | Empathy Circle Magazine | Scoop.it
The changing faces of empathy
Social psychologists and neuroscientists have increasingly recognized that empathy has many sides. One individual can experience empathy with another, or one group with a second, for instance. Working off this premise, many conflict resolution programs use training sessions that revolve around fostering empathy among people involved in conflicts. But there is a danger in the assumption that more empathy guarantees goodness and compassion, the incentives to resolving conflict.

In many regions with conflicts, the effort to train and induce empathy has concentrated on individuals. However, these missions often lose sight of how empathy can work on groups, and how it shapes our social identities. 
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3 Ways Developing Empathy Supports Business Acumen

3 Ways Developing Empathy Supports Business Acumen | Empathy Circle Magazine | Scoop.it
Advantexe's Rob Brodo shares 3 learnings about the relationship between empathy and business acumen

 

Before I share the 3 key learnings, it’s important to have a clear and concise definition of empathy in the business environment:

Empathy is the process of understanding, being aware of, being sensitive to, and vicariously experiencing the feelings, thoughts, and experience of others without those others specifically telling you how they are feeling in an objectively explicit manner.”

 

The Business Acumen of Empathy in 2021 and Beyond – 3 Learnings

  • 1) Drives better and more profitable revenues
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What Is Empathy, and Can Empathy Be Taught? 

What Is Empathy, and Can Empathy Be Taught?  | Empathy Circle Magazine | Scoop.it
Empathy is a commonly used, but poorly understood, concept. It is often confused with related concepts such as sympathy, pity, identification, and self-transposal. The purposes of this article are to clearly distinguish empathy from related terms and to suggest that the act of empathizing cannot be taught. According to Edith Stein, a German phenomenologist, empathy can be facilitated.

 

It also can be interrupted and blocked, but it cannot be forced to occur. What makes empathy unique, according to Stein, is that it happens to us; it is indirectly given to us, “nonprimordially.” When empathy occurs, we find ourselves experiencing it, rather than directly causing it to happen.

 

This is the characteristic that makes the act of empathy unteachable. Instead, promoting attitudes and behaviors such as self-awareness, nonjudgmental positive regard for others, good listening skills, and self-confidence are suggested as important in the development of clinicians who will demonstrate an empathic willingness.

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Empathy: A Blessing and a Cure

Empathy: A Blessing and a Cure | Empathy Circle Magazine | Scoop.it

Why empathy?

Patients with empathic physicians are more likely to follow their medical regimes; kids surrounded by empathetic adults are less likely to have behavioral issues; people who demonstrate high amounts of empathy are less likely to feel depressed. 

In the workplace, the benefits of empathy are many.

 

Psychological safety is described by Harvard Business School professor Amy Edmondson as a “climate characterized by interpersonal trust and mutual respect in which people are comfortable being themselves.” It creates the conditions for high-performing teams. 

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Compassion training can improve the well-being of relatives of people with mental illness

Compassion training can improve the well-being of relatives of people with mental illness | Empathy Circle Magazine | Scoop.it
Compassion is a human quality that is anchored in the recognition of and desire to relieve suffering. In other words, compassion occurs when we come into contact with our own or others' suffering and feel motivated to relieve our own or others pain.
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