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Positive relationships and mental health culture start with empathy first. Empathy is often seen as 'hippy dippy' in industries such as engineering, sales and architecture. Join us as we explore why empathy, listening and self-care are essential tools for success in a modern workforce. We also explore empathy and the human experience. www.theempathypodcast.com.au www.empathyfirst.com.au
 
Welcome to The BOLD Empathy Project. Our aim is to help individuals, families, companies, non-profits, government organizations, communities, and societies flourish with a new understanding of how to live in a state of BOLD Empathy that ERADICATES CONFLICT and ACCELERATES CONNECTIONS between people, ideas, opportunities, and resources. Far more than a fluffy platitude, the mantra of BOLD Empathy employs a tangible framework that can produce immediate, material results. We want the world to e ...
 
You, Me, Empathy is the official podcast of The Feely Human Collective! On this show, we explore the struggles, the triumphs, the brights and the darks we face as humans trying to get by on this wondrous and overwhelming pale blue dot. The intent of You, Me, Empathy is to talk openly, without judgment, about our mental health, our neuroses, our shared anxieties and worries, to create a dialog that is vulnerable and deeply human and empathetic—and to share that dialog with others to inspire e ...
 
Empathy Media Lab’s podcast explores questions around labor, political economy, art, and culture. Producer and host @EvanMatthewPapp explores unique topics in thematic channels that include Profiles of Producers in the Labor Radio Podcast Network, Policy Dialogues with the University Of Maryland School of Public Policy, and EML's Harmony of Interest with topical deep dives, interviews, and audio stories. The goal is to increase solidarity by universalizing the struggles of our human conditio ...
 
Failed product launches. Furious customers. Dysfunctional teams. Many of the problems we face in the business world (and frankly, society) stem from the same root cause: Lack of empathy. Each week, brand strategist, author and speaker Maria Ross shares keen insights and inspiring interviews that prove empathy and compassion are the new paths to market-winning performance. Leveraging both inspiring stories and hard data, Ross connects empathetic leadership and brands to more innovation, happi ...
 
Join us each week for deep, real conversations about how we can all be more inclusive leaders in our workplaces and communities. In intimate conversations with advocates, activists, and allies, host Melinda Briana Epler provides a safe space to learn, build empathy for each other, and understand tangible actions we can all take. You can join us live too! https://changecatalyst.co/allyshipseries
 
It's very likely that you, or someone you care about, lives with a mental disorder or illness. This podcast aims to inform, support, and empathize with... well, everyone. We will take a deep dive into the workings of mental illness, how we can support others in their struggle, and how we can support OURSELVES - whether we have mental illness or are there for someone who does. And it all starts with a little bit of empathy.
 
The Empathy Rising Podcast is the place for therapeutic entrepreneurs who want to evolve beyond the couch. I’m your host, Marissa Lawton. I’m a licensed counselor with a young family and it is my mission to help my fellow therapists recognize the value of their clinical skills in AND out of session. I walk alongside entrepreneurial therapists as they scale their private practices and turn them into thriving businesses. By moving beyond 1:1 work with clients and developing their first online ...
 
Struggling with grief? Losing a loved one is a hard and long journey. Let’s “break the silent struggle” around grief. Come sit with Debra Hester as your host and explore the changing seasons of grief. Learn what she did and didn't write in her book about her grief journey: My Backyard Garden, A Memoir of How Love Conquers Grief. Take away some insights for your own journey or to help someone else. #empathyforgrief If you're struggling with the death of a loved one or want to show empathy not ...
 
Hailing from two very different walks of life, hosts Nalyse Seymore is from the Bronx and Courtney Fostvedt is from Iowa. Together they mesh two unique perspectives on life and hustling in New York City as ex-bartenders, artists and entrepreneurs. They present a cocktail of views on race issues, sexuality, mental health and wellness to arrive at a place of empathy.
 
As life gets busier and more demanding it’s more important than ever that we become masters of our inner reality. EQ Evolution Host, Candice Dick and Liz Cunningham, with over 30 years experience teacching Emotional Intelligence unpack what it takes to live Emotional Intelligence in every area of your life from parenting and leadership to education and well-being. Here you’ll discover practical tips and meaningful perspectives that enhance your ability to navigate emotions, make conscious ch ...
 
Explore how seeing the world through different perspectives helps you effectively solve problems and live a better life. Designing your thinking with empathy at the center helps you connect with others, generate innovative ideas and facilitate successful outcomes – elevating the human experience. In each episode we talk with experts from diverse fields to explore how principles of empathy are put into practice. Join us and discover patterns of empathic engagement to improve your life.
 
Empathy Reboot, the flagship podcast of Media Harmonics, seeks to increase understanding about a range of human experiences, belief systems, lifestyles, and political movements. Investigative reporting, combined with long-form interviews, aims to immerse the listener in a topic or character so that the nuance, idiosyncrasy, and specificity of human experience rise to the surface.
 
We talk about being human at work; complete with tips to be successful when facing common issues in the modern workplace. It's a common misconception that leaders manage people. Management is a job title. Being a leader is a set of applied skills and the example you set... a journey, not a destination. Many times leadership qualities are found in individual contributors. We want to share what we've learned as we grow our own leadership skills.
 
Join the dynamic trio as they discuss important topics that are happening nationally and globally and how they are effecting African Americans. Get in the know with the crew about topics that may not make the news and how it could impact you. No tea Just Facts! Fresh Out Of Empathy is a part of black owned private network and is published bi weekly.
 
What is empathy, and why do we need it? Presenter Rachel Adedeji hosts a brand new podcast that delves into the importance of empathy and how you can build it through child’s play. We all want to raise children that are empathetic and sensitive to others’ emotions, but how can we as parents help nurture empathy and social skills from a young age? Sponsored by Barbie, this series will explore the groundbreaking new scientific findings in developing children’s empathy, real life examples of wh ...
 
Storytelling is such an amazing thing. I love to make people laugh or feel by telling stories. Stories connect us because we all have a story to tell. Our stories may not always be the same but when we share our truth, it gives others permission to do the same. Story telling is healing, it's empowering, it's necessary. I want to talk about things. Real things. Things that matter. Relationships, connections, mental health, parenthood, addiction, infidelity, self- awareness, self- destruction, ...
 
Join our founder, Victoria Ferguson, as she sets the tone by opening up about her journey of becoming a mother at 15 years old, spending the better part of a decade with a career as a TV/Film Makeup Artist, and her decision to make the shift from having a hand in character development on-set to creating natural confidence off-screen. With conversations ranging from skin to self through the lens of mental health & wellness with like-minded individuals. Thank-you for welcoming us into your hom ...
 
A podcast about a man trying to reconnect with a shattered, shattered world... by talking to his friends about their everyday habits! Following an unfortunate series of life oopsy-daisies, musician and community radio broadcaster Scott Mercer found himself feeling alienated by the desires and habits of his fellow human beings. He began questioning the idea of the Golden Rule, centrepiece of so many philosophies and religions. In a world of myriad subcultures, mental states and identities, do ...
 
If you want to learn how you can become a better leader in politics and business with help of emotional intelligence - EQ for World Leaders Podcast is for you. Nina Andrijanic is dedicated to bring you top politicians and business leaders who have already implemented these EQ strategies and will show you how it is done in the real world of politics and business. If you want t learn more about how to make better decisions, impact your community and change the world then stick around, it's goi ...
 
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Melinda Briana Epler, Founder & CEO of Change Catalyst, and Aubrey Blanche, Director of Equitable Design & Impact at Culture Amp, talk about why it’s critical to think beyond diversity and representation. With a shift to equitable design, we build equity, right the power dynamics, and create greater access and support for people in our workplaces a…
 
The University of Maryland School of Public Policy Alumni Board's video and podcast series called Policy Dialogues discusses current events through a policy lens. Episode 25 interviews Robert C. Orr who serves as Dean of University of Maryland’s School of Public Policy. The discussion is hosted by Evan Papp (UMD SPP ‘11). Dean Orr also serves as Un…
 
On Episode 178 of You, Me, Empathy, Sahar Martinez and I explore holding someone else’s knowing, Sahar’s remarkable, free-spirited, leather pants-wearing grandmother, anti-racism work in clinical spaces, and perinatal health and postpartum mental health and care for people of color. Read the full show notes here! Empathy Links: Sahar Martinez Follo…
 
Do you waffle when it comes to making decisions about your side hustle? So many people become paralyzed in their decision making, especially when it comes to trying something new, because they are scared to fail. But failure isn't the end of the world. It’s just a potentially undesired result that provides data. Failure is simply something to learn…
 
What is the biggest obstacle you are facing right now? What about your employees, family, or friends? You can be the catalyst to help others achieve greater success. BOLD Empathy is the framework that guides consistent, positive results for leaders, parents, business owners, teachers, counselors, salespeople, and others in positions of trust and au…
 
On this episode of The Empathy Podcast, Leanne interviews multiple Olympic gold medalist swimmer and former 100 metre freestyle world record holder, Libby Trickett. Leanne and Libby discuss the importance of empathy within the pro athlete space and the influence of internal pressure on the outcome of elite sporting performances. They also discuss t…
 
Nearly every high performer has something that keeps them from fully stepping into their confidence of ownership around their finances. But did you know the key to not only being successful with money yourself, but understanding your spouse, colleagues, or employees is empathy? Today, I get to speak with Michelle Arpin Begina, a financial advisor w…
 
In this episode Candy and Liz discuss finding the beauty in the chaos. How do we find the 'honey' or beauty in this current climate we live in. How do we own our beauty and recognise what baggage we are carrying and how do we effectively let go of it.저자 Candice Dick & Liz Cunningham
 
Welcome! I am so excited that you are joining me. Everything mentioned in this episode will be covered in more detail in further episodes. Join weekly for the month of May and bi-weekly following. If you want to contact the show, email me at itstartswithempathy@gmail.com, or message/reach out on twitter and Instagram by searching "It Starts with Em…
 
Chris Blackwood is co-founder of Grassroots Comedy DC (GCDC), which sits at the crossroads of comedy and advocacy, to make humans laugh while improving humanity, with the ultimate goal to use comedy to support local nonprofits in their mission to make DC (and the world) a better place for all. We discuss: How Chris first got interested in stand-up …
 
Melinda Briana Epler, Founder & CEO of Change Catalyst, and Jeff Tidwell, CEO & Co-Founder of Next For Me, explore the often overlooked topic of ageism at work, and share strategies for dealing with this type of discrimination - as the recipient or as a bystander. About Jeff Jeff Tidwell founded Next For Me as a new resource that connects and inspi…
 
The University of Maryland School of Public Policy Alumni Board's video and podcast series called Policy Dialogues discusses current events through a policy lens. Episode 24 interviews Robert Sandoli of the Department of Energy. The talk is hosted by Evan Papp (UMD SPP ‘11). Robert Sandoli is the Senior Advisor to the Assistant Secretary for Energy…
 
On Episode 177 of You, Me, Empathy, Alexandria Thibodeaux and I explore growing up with scary, abusive fathers, the power of self-reverence, discovering she was Black in her twenties, and the strength of the highly sensitive person. Read the full show notes. Empathy Links: Alexandria Thibodeaux Alexandria on Instagram The Library of Alexandria Podc…
 
How many times have you heard that there are way too many coaches and course creators out there and that there's no way to actually build an online business? This notion of saturation and competition is an often used excuse to make building your side hustle feel harder than it needs to. Because, the truth is, there's room for all of us to make and …
 
Ako Essan Emile is from Cote d’Ivoire and is currently based in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) as a Senior Project Manager for Search For Common Ground. Ako was a 2019 Obama Foundation Leader for Africa. He was also a 2019 Institute for Economics and Peace Ambassador, and a 2015 Young African Leaders Initiative Washington Fellow. I met Ako …
 
Success is not easy; it's hard work. That might seem obvious, but many experts have made a fortune selling “secrets” to hungry entrepreneurs to make them think the road will be easy. While super rewarding, entrepreneurship is definitely not easy. No one knows this better than my guest, John Lee Dumas. Today, John and I talk about his first traditio…
 
Brian Carome is Chief Executive Officer of Street Sense Media. Street Sense produces journalism, film, theater, photography, audio, illustration, and more, all for the purpose of providing economic opportunity for and elevating the voices of people experiencing homelessness. The mission of Street Sense is to end homelessness in the Washington, D.C.…
 
Chris talks with Todd Hitchcock, Director of Programming at the American Film Institute Silver Theatre and Cultural Center. In Part 1 of our chat with Todd, he talks about how AFI has kept the movies coming during the pandemic, and we get a peek behind the glitz and glamour of attending star-studded film festivals at Cannes, Berlin and Toronto, as …
 
Overview of Down on James Street James Street is alive with the sound of jazz! In 1930‘s Pittsburgh, Dorothy wants to dance the Lindy Hop. She finds the perfect partner in a young boy named George. They are having the time of their life…until the police storm the dance hall and shut it down for interracial dancing...with their bully clubs. Dorothy …
 
Melinda Briana Epler, Founder & CEO of Change Catalyst, and Jeremy Sussman, Senior Product Manager at Google, explore “An Allyship Journey As A Straight, White Man.” Jeremy shared why becoming an ally is so critical to seeing real improvements in diversity, equity, and inclusion at work, and the role of allies in ERGs to actively create change. Abo…
 
Innovation is such a buzzword in many companies and organizations, but how often do we think about innovating our organizations and the way they run? What if your organization had no managers? What if everyone was committed to a mission, stepped up to lead, and collaborated effectively, with honesty, to get things done and move forward? It's not a …
 
On Episode 176 of You, Me, Empathy, Alia Walston and I explore holding space for multiple truths, understanding that your experience is not that of everyone else’s, creating boundaries with family, and why you (and me, and all of us) are the spell. Read the full show notes here! Empathy Links: Alia Walston Alia on Instagram Book a reading with Alia…
 
Some people say “start when you’re ready”, but not me. Why? Because readiness is the idea that everything is perfectly in place. That there's no information unaccounted for and ultimately no doubt about a positive outcome. Yet, the truth is, you might never actually get to the place where you FEEL ready. But that shouldn’t hold you back from divers…
 
Robert Kuttner is co-founder and co-editor of The American Prospect and professor at Brandeis University’s Heller School. He is an author of twelve books and his latest book is called The Stakes: 2020 and the Survival of American Democracy. He was a founder of the Economic Policy Institute and serves on its Board and Executive Committee. His previo…
 
Chris and Elise talk with director Adrian Prawica about his new film Haymarket: The Bomb, the Anarchists, the Labor Struggle, which is being screened free online this coming week by the Global Labor Film Festival Network, which will also include two online discussions with Adrian on May Day, Saturday, May 1, one at 8p Eastern time with labor histor…
 
Many of us would agree that a more diverse organization creates a more thriving organization. And research has proven that more diverse leadership teams and employee groups are more innovative and creative, perform better and also make better decisions. The questions become, how do you create a more diverse team? How do you catapult diversity withi…
 
Dr. James C. Benton is the Director of the Race and Economic Empowerment Project at the Kalmanovitz Initiative for Labor and the Working Poor at Georgetown University. We will be discussing a multi-day virtual conference open to the public scheduled for this Wednesday, April 28 to Saturday, May 1st called Constructing a New Social Compact: A Public…
 
Melinda Briana Epler, Founder & CEO of Change Catalyst, and Two Eagles Marcus, Founder of MPWRDX, talk about “Centering BIPOC Voices In Business & Social Justice.” They explore what it means to embrace your heritage, reimagine business and social justice to center Black, Hispanic, Asian Pacific, and Indigenous Native American experiences, and bridg…
 
The University of Maryland School of Public Policy Alumni Board's video and podcast series called Policy Dialogues discusses current events through a policy lens. Episode 23 interviews Maryland State Senator Paul Pinksy representing District 22. The talk is hosted by Evan Papp (UMD SPP ‘11). Senator Pinsky became a member of the Maryland Senate in …
 
On Episode 175 of You, Me, Empathy, Jessica Murnane and I go deep on endometriosis, from symptoms and nutrition to medical gaslighting and being your own best advocate. Plus, we explore Jessica’s endometriosis origin story, knowing when to help vs. when not to help, believing women, and Jessica’s new book, a true act of empathy, Know Your Endo. Rea…
 
We’re going back into the podcast archives to share an episode that's message is still relevant, even several months later. This week, we’re revisiting the idea that wanting more for ourselves is not selfish. What’s going on in the world today shows us just how necessary it is to cultivate a life that aligns with our values; regardless of circumsta…
 
“This is a beautiful, powerful book… This story is a great tool for educators and will inspire children to share their stories… This book should be in every library, school, and home.”Julie Su, California Secretary of Labor, President Biden’s nominee for U.S.Deputy Secretary of Labor“As an immigrant myself, the book brought tears of joy thinking of…
 
When we think of empathy, we don’t often think of the finance industry. In fact, anything to do with money seems to be the antithesis to an empathetic way of doing business. My next guest is leading a revolution to change that and tells us how money was, actually, created to be empathetic. We’re talking today with Holly Ruxin who shares her very pe…
 
Melinda Briana Epler, Founder & CEO of Change Catalyst, talks with TDo, Senior Solutions Engineer at Gladly, for “Influencing Your Company To Address Racism.” TDo describes her work to address racism and violence against the AAPI community in her workplace, as well as building coalitions, influencing leaders, and the role allies have in this work. …
 
Chris Garlock talks with director (Matewan, 8 Men Out) and novelist (Union Dues, Yellow Earth) John Sayles, about Martin Eden, Pietro Marcello’s adaptation of Jack London’s autobiographical novel. “The part both in the book and the movie that always meant the most to me is the part where he's whacking away at that typewriter,” says Sayles. “I actua…
 
The University of Maryland School of Public Policy Alumni Board's video and podcast series called Policy Dialogues discusses current events through a policy lens. Episode 22 focuses on alum Raymond Nevo’s campaign for Maryland’s Prince George’s County Council District 2. Participants also included Campaign Manager Hugo Cantu and host Evan Papp. Ray…
 
On Episode 174 of You, Me, Empathy, Rabbi Steve Leder and I explore the myth of invulnerability, the immeasurable beauty and meaning in life as fleeting and finite, swapping out the stages of grief with waves, what Steve learned from being at the death bed of over 1,000 people, and his stunning new book, The Beauty of What Remains. Read the full sh…
 
It's totally normal to feel cautious when branching beyond the therapy room. Nerves and uncertainty are part of the journey. But, if your heart is set on having a side hustle, you deserve the opportunity to succeed - even when it's a little scary sometimes. My guest this week talk all about this in a very special episode. Kelly Higdon of the dynami…
 
In this episode, Melinda Briana Epler, Founder & CEO of Change Catalyst, and Sonja Gittens Ottley, Head of Diversity & Inclusion at Asana, talk about “Expanding Anti-Racist Allyship.” You’ll learn about anti-racism, strategies to expand our anti-racist allyship to address intersectionality and many forms of racism, and how this can help you can lev…
 
Dr. Eric Rauchway is author of Why The New Deal Matters, which provides a look at how the New Deal fundamentally changed American life, and why it remains relevant today. Dr. Rauchway is a distinguished Professor of History at the University of California, Davis, and has written six books of U.S. history and a novel. He has written for the New York…
 
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 a…
 
Elise and Chris talk with director Mark Street, whose latest film is Work Songs, which travels across the country talking with ordinary working folks; cab drivers, a farmer, longshore-women, a barista. Inspired by the work of the great Studs Terkel, Work Songs is a kaleidoscopic portrait of the United States at work as we face threats from automati…
 
The University of Maryland School of Public Policy Alumni Board's video and podcast series called Policy Dialogues discusses current events through a policy lens. Episode 21 focuses on public policy with Diva Shrestha. Participants also included Evan Papp (UMD SPP ‘11). Diva has over 10 years of experience in the education sector in the U.S. and Ne…
 
On Episode 173 of You, Me, Empathy, Marianna Palka and I explore generational optimism, the magical alchemy of empathy and healing in movies, the empowered collective, how Huntington’s Disease has impacted Marianna’s life, and why pain needs to be shared. Plus, meeting Sean Connery, GLOW, why Marianna runs up hill, and more! Read the full show note…
 
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