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Empathy

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Dave aldrich

on 6 June 2016

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Transcript of Empathy

Empathy
There are 2 types of Empathy:
- Affective Empathy: Our natural emotional response to another person's feelings

- Cognitive Empathy: Our ability to identify and understand other people's emotions. This is also called 'perspective - taking'.
Having cognitive empathy makes you more likely and better able to help others
Why is it important to be able to take others' perspectives?
- Builds stronger relationships
- Reduces prejudice and racism
- Makes you better leader
Outrospection
This video discussed a lot of current and historical social issues and movements - it's OK if you didn't understand or remember all of them
The ability to understand and share the feelings of another
Remember - Cognitive empathy, or actively working to understand the experiences of others, can be an important agent for social change.

Now it's time to think about your experiences with empathy:
https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/module5empathy
Empathy:
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