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Are you looking to raise your leadership game and have a deeper and more sustainable impact on your team, your organization, and your career? Are you interested in learning time-tested principles that help you engage more fully with team members, improve individual and team performance, and are aligned with your values? If so, leading with empathy may be the perfect leadership style for you.
Empathetic Leadership is written from the heart for business, government, academic, and non-profit leaders who wish to enhance performance, productivity, and employee engagement in their organizations and lead with kindness, courage, and confidence while promoting the greatest collective benefit. Offering 47 practical lessons from the author's career as a Human Resources leader, adviser, confidante, and coach, it provides clear ideas in an easy-to-digest format and a down-to-earth, relatable style.
Topics cover key areas of leadership, including:
- Building a team
- Managing your team
- Developing your culture
- Leading by example; coaching and mentoring
- Managing your career
Focus on these practical tips to bring out the best in your team and see your leadership skills and impact grow!
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Great Ideas for people in Leadership
Michael Briscians has given wonderful strategies and authentic ideas on how to manage our leadership roles with compassion and great wisdom. Michael writes from personal experiences and gives actual examples of how to have empathy and yet truthfulness in our fast growing economy with the people who we are managing. He shows how the latest solution and business is not always the greatest. He is a master on understanding human nature. This is a must read
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- Oscar Abarca
Decent read if you are interested in suggestions
I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review. I found this book very interesting. It includes several tips for an "empathetic approach" for different leading situations. However, other than some good quotes on leadership and a couple of good examples of good leaders, I didn't find anything that "wowed" me. I was expecting more of the psychological side of empathy in leaders and groups in general and how this translates into success in an organization. I didn't feel like there was a theoretical foundation that would support the experiences shared. I felt it was more like a "suggestions and tips from my experience" type of books. I have to say that I have listened to a couple of books narrated by Matyas Job Gombos and he is the best. It doesn't matter the topic his narration can keep you listening.
1 person found this helpful