Empathic Mindsa way of being
Empathic Mindsa way of being
Chartered Psychologist and Accredited Psychotherapist, Dr Peter Sear works with individuals on Personal and Professional Development, including Leadership, Relationships, Communication, also Mental Health, Wellbeing, and ADHD. Working one-one in person or on-line, usually once a week.
Workshops can be tailored for group work, including team cohesion and developing empathy.
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Dr Peter Sear CPsychol, FRSA
Dr Peter Sear is a Chartered Psychologist and Accredited Psychotherapist.
Peter’s PhD: Understanding Empathic Leadership in Sport, involved learning from elite coaches, working at the highest national and international level of team sports. Peter has also worked with professionals in Business, Education, Mental Health, and Design. His other interests include neuroscience, neuropsychoanalysis, architecture, literature and art.
As well as a PhD, Peter also holds a BSc (Hons) in Psychology, an MA in Human Resource Management, and another MA in Jung and Post-Jungian Studies. Peter is an Accredited Senior member of the ACCPH Fellow of the Royal Society for Arts (FRSA), a member of the British Psychological Society (Cpsychol)), a member of the Foundation for Leadership through Sport (FLS), and writes for a variety of publications.
“Empathic practices have been shown to increase: wellbeing, safety, productivity, efficiency, commitment, retention, innovation, motivation, and performance.”
Dr Peter Sear, Founder of The Empathic Minds Organisation
Truss failed to offer an explanation, instead cutting to, “I recognise though, given the situation, I cannot deliver the mandate on which I was elected by the Conservative Party.” Just one sentence with the sole excuse of there being a ‘situation,’ not what it was, or who was to blame for it.
A predictor of outcomes: KEY POINTS Empathic accuracy is employed by successful coaches in various sports. Coaches gather impression cues and make inferences about how players are thinking, what they're feeling, and how they will react. Empathic accuracy can...
It begins with self-compassion and ends with contributing to the greater good: KEY POINTS - Compassion can be seen as a four-step process: awareness, connection, empathy, and action. The element of action is what takes compassion beyond feelings of empathy or...
If Jung and Freud were European football pundits: KEY POINTS The coaching philosophy of head coaches is moulded by their own experiences and trauma. The collective fans of European football could learn from Freud and Jung. The Freud and Jung banter If they were...
The first indications of a lack of empathy in leadership may lie in the problems the leader is regularly faced with. If one or more of the following issues seems familiar, a solution may be found in a more empathic approach: 1. Miscommunications It may seem obvious,...
Presidents Joe Biden and Donald Trump have starkly different personalities. As the cliché goes, a week is a long time in politics. America has seen its presidency change from Republican to Democrat before, and vice versa. There have been regular swings in the sizes of...