7 in 10 CEOs say it’s hard for them to consistently demonstrate empathy in their working life, a 29-point increase from the prior year. That’s a huge problem.
Empathy is a learned skill, and it’s becoming increasingly important for leaders and technologists to cultivate it. Outdated leadership styles that don’t put people’s humanity at the center of work can’t cut it in the modern tech world, as they don’t foster the kind of psychological safety necessary to produce innovative, engaged team members.
Read our guide to learn:
Why lack of empathy is such a big problem in the industry, especially among CEOs
How to communicate more effectively with empathy
How to empower your team members through empathy
How empathy can foster better collaboration and increased creativity
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