Chief Executive Officer, The Empathy Business. Campaigner at #TheTruthAboutTech raising awareness of tech addiction and lobbying for more empathy in the way tech companies design, lead and build their cultures. Young Global Leader, World Economic Forum. Author of “The Empathy Era” and “Little Miss Geek”. Speaker about mindful parenting in a tech age and loneliness among those under 25. OBE for bringing more women into the UK’s technology industry in the 2014 Birthday Honours. Named to the Cranfield “100 Women to Watch” list (2017).
So many corporate systems make power itself the primary goal, writes Belinda Parmar, an expert on empathy at work.
De muchas formas, el problema es histórico. Nuestro sistema educativo sigue arraigado en los valores de la era industrial. Las llamadas 3 R, lectura, escritura y aritmética, preparaban a ...
We need empathy more than ever to compete with the machines - but instead we're becoming cold and robotic, writes Belinda Parmar.
Belinda Parmar argues that boosting diversity means ditching diversity programmes.
If there’s one thing that’s needed both in the military and corporate world, it’s this: empathy.
Empathy is a key component in tomorrow's workforce. So why aren't businesses embracing it?
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For empathy to have lasting impact, companies must understand that it’s not a “soft skill”, but an urgently needed quality, and one that can contribute to commercial potential.