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Softening The Edge - Empathy: How Humanity's Oldest Leadership Trait Is Changing Our World (Paperback) Loot Price: R250
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Softening The Edge - Empathy: How Humanity's Oldest Leadership Trait Is Changing Our World (Paperback): Mimi Nicklin

Softening The Edge - Empathy: How Humanity's Oldest Leadership Trait Is Changing Our World (Paperback)

Mimi Nicklin

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After a catastrophic start to the 2020s, empathetic influence is set to be this decade’s most critical human skillset. In her new book Softening The Edge, Mimi Nicklin explains why.

With the Covid pandemic “accelerating the future”, the need for authentic human connection, and meaningful relationships with colleagues, employees and clients, has never been greater. Empathy is the key to making this happen, a trait of understanding and hope that has the power to not only change our business environments, but to change the shape of our world.

Nicklin draws from her eye-opening true-life business journey to present the case for empathy, and bolsters the argument with comprehensive scientific data. As a Millennial, she straddles the generational gap between the up-and-coming Gen-Zs and the established captains of industry, a much-needed conduit between the two.

A genuinely insightful book, Softening the Edge will inspire and challenge you in equal measure. It will show you how to successfully harness your emotional intelligence to authentically connect with and influence people on a deeper level, and it will ultimately help you to evolve and future-proof the way you do business and live your life.

General

Imprint: Burnet Media
Country of origin: United Arab Emirates
Release date: September 2020
Authors: Mimi Nicklin
Dimensions: 198 x 128 x 20mm (L x W x T)
Format: Paperback
Pages: 280
ISBN-13: 978-9948340096
Categories: Books > Social sciences > Sociology, social studies > Social issues > Consumer issues
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LSN: 9948340094
Barcode: 9789948340096

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