Empathic Minds

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Empathic Minds

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Empathic Minds

“An empathic way of being can be learned from empathic persons. Perhaps the most important statement of all is that the ability to be accurately empathic is something which can be developed by training.”  Carl Rogers

Using the latest research, including his own PhD, Dr Peter Sear has established a model of empathic leadership. This unique model forms the foundation of The Empathic Minds’ courses, workshops, and one-to-one coaching. 

Are you looking to improve your: resilience, innovation, wellbeing, communication, team cohesion, relationships, recruitment, retention, reputation, creativity, motivation, and performance? Or would you just like to know more about developing empathy in yourself, your team, or your business? Empathic Minds can help! 

 

Dr Peter Sear

Peter earned his PhD at Loughborough University, focusing on: Understanding Empathic Leadership in Sport. This research involved working with elite coaches who compete at the highest national and international level of team sports. 

As well as a PhD, Peter also holds a BSc (Hons) in Psychology, an MA in Human Resource Management and Industrial Relations, and another MA in Jung and Post-Jungian Studies. His other interests include neuroscience, neuropsychoanalysis, architecture, literature and art. He is a Fellow of the Royal Society for Arts (FRSA), a member of the British Psychological Society (MBPsS), a member of the Foundation for Leadership through Sport (FLS), and writes for Psychology Today.

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“There’s a growing appreciation of empathy across industries, including: medicine, education, politics, military, business, and sport. It’s clear that empathic practices offer a huge advantage over the competition. Indeed, there’s a growing realisation that a lack of empathy means you’ll be left behind.”

Dr Peter Sear, Founder of The Empathic Minds Organisation

 

 

Empathic minds working toghether to find solutions

 

“If your work involves people, you can make improvements with a more empathic approach. Empathic practices have been shown to increase productivity, efficiency, commitment, retention, innovation, motivation, and performance.”

Dr Peter Sear, Founder of The Empathic Minds Organisation

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Empathic Accuracy and Sport Coaches

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...

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Compassionate Leadership

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...

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The Psyche of Euro 2020 Football Coaches

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...

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An Unprecedented Swing in the Personality of Presidents

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...

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Empathy and Schadenfreude

Empathy and Schadenfreude in Sports A fan's perspective. When it comes to sport on TV, what’s the next best thing to sharing in the experience of your own team’s victory? Whatever your sport, you probably prefer to watch your own team rather than any other. You may...

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