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Empathy – Video

This article and corresponding video showcase a panel on empathy and conflict resolution. Panelists included Cinnie Noble, Ken Cloke and Eileen Barker for Edwin Rutsch and the Center for Building a Culture of Empathy.

The discussion addresses these questions:

  • What does empathy mean to you?
  • How does empathy fit with the work you do?
  • How do you help clients/parties find empathy for each other?
  • How/why does this help heal conflict?
  • What makes finding empathy challenging?
  • How are empathy and forgiveness different/the same?

View the entire discussion (Approximately one hour) here:

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Lorraine Segal

After surviving the 50's and 60's, as well as twenty years in toxic academia as a tenured professor, Lorraine Segal was inspired to started her own business, Conflict Remedy (ConflictRemedy.com), happily teaching, coaching, blogging and consulting around workplace conflict transformation. She is addicted to reading novels and enjoys walking and… MORE >

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