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.

Empathic Minds Organisation coaching life skills for business and education mobile

 

“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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The New Signing

New Signing Eventually, we'll reach the end of another football season in Europe. Clubs will be considering improvements to their squads. So, what happens when a new signing enters the dressing room? Does it lift the moral and emotions of the whole squad? How does it...

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Rashford V Johnson : Passing Empathy to Politics

Empathy Empathy is about understanding and is often fuelled by experience. Empathic politicians need to understand those they represent, yet we regularly see evidence of a lack of understanding, due to a lack of empathy. This leads to a fall in popularity or essential...

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The Empathy of Cummings & Trump

Cummings and Trump We have seen Cummings and Trump dominate the news and public discourse for two weeks, with both being accused of lacking empathy. Moreover, Piers Morgan recently suggested to the viewing public that President Trump, who he knows personally, has a...

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Empathic Communication

  Communication is possible without empathy, but a non-empathic communicator will never be as effective as they could be. Empathic communication is characterised by listening, compassion, concern, and support. Such efforts are noticed and appreciated. They have a...

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What is Empathic Leadership?

  Empathic Leadership The style of empathic leadership is based on the understanding that it is impossible to connect with or to motivate followers if you cannot envision life from their perspective. This realisation has led to empathy becoming a highly...

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What is Empathy?

So what is it? When we talk about empathy we are focusing on a way of understanding another’s perspective by vicariously experiencing their emotions. This is often referred to as ‘putting oneself in another’s shoes’. However, this phrase can be misleading, for we need...

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