The topic of developing empathy doesn’t come up very often in the business world, but perhaps it should.
After all, 90% of all employees believe that empathy is an important workplace value, and eight in ten are willing to leave an employer who isn’t empathetic, according to the 2018 Businessolver State of Workplace Empathy Study.Source: Businessolver infographic
In this tutorial, you’ll learn what empathy is and why it’s important in the workplace, and then you’ll learn how to show empathy more...
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