E.M.P.A.T.H.Y.® Il metodo in 7 chiavi per imparare ad ascoltare la voce degli altri. E far sentire la propria. Che cosa significa comprendere veramente chi si ha di fronte? Che cosa vuol dire cambiare prospettiva, ascoltare gli altri e se stessi? L'empatia, questa straordinaria capacità che ci distingue da ogni altra specie vivente, ci permette di entrare in connessione con la realtà, di comprenderla e modificarla, migliorando in modo significativo il rapporto con noi stessi e le nostre relazioni. Le 7 chiavi dell'empatia che Helen Riess ha sviluppato nella sua ricerca e affinato nel corso della sua formazione professionale possono aiutarvi ad avere una vita migliore. Imparerete a conoscerle e a impiegarle per rendere più soddisfacente ogni aspetto della vostra vita, dalle relazioni personali a quelle sociali, dalla scuola al lavoro, dalla leadership alla creatività.
- ISBN: 8859020948
- Casa Editrice: Erickson
A very thorough and enjoyable read that thoroughly covers many aspects of empathy, though the writing can be a bit rambling and overly conversational, which had merits – I stopped more frequently to digest the material than I would with a more structured writing style (and it took me much longer to Leggi tutto
Five stars! What more can I say? This book is informational, educational, rooted in scientific research and sorely needed! In a perfect world, health care professionals and educators would read this book and pass the knowledge on to their colleagues and students. As someone who has suffered empathy- Leggi tutto
The author, an associate clinical professor of psychiatry at Harvard Medical School, shares the seven keys of her globally-renown neuroscience-based program for strengthening empathy. An important work in a world where our differences, rather than our human connectedness, are often emphasized to gra Leggi tutto
In The Empathy Effect: 7 Neuroscience-Based Keys for Transforming the Way We Live, Love, Work, and Connect Across Differences, Harvard Medical School psychiatrist Dr. Helen Riess shares 7 simple tips to improve your empathy and reap the rewards of the empathy effect.Empathy improves our ability to p Leggi tutto
Authors: Helen Rises, MD and, Liz Neporent Foreword by Alan Alda Publisher: Sounds True Publishing Genres: Self-Help: Emotions & Interpersonal Relations, Mental Health: Emotions Page Count: 240 pages (Available in Hardback and Kindle) ISBN-10: 1683640284 ISBN-13: 978-1683640288 Publication Date: November Leggi tutto
I really enjoyed The Empathy Effect. As someone with chronic illness, I see a lot of doctors. To know that someone is out there helping doctors empathizer with their patients, it lifts my heart and gives me hope that we will received betters care. Helen Riess tells you how she does this with her E.M. Leggi tutto
I mainly read this book because I have been hearing about empathy for ages and I wanted to learn more about it. As the title promises, the author shares research backed and business proven empathy code. The seven ways to become a more empathetic person are all simple techniques that make total sense Leggi tutto
A little too repetitive for me. Perhaps because it is one of many books I have read on empathy. would recommend it for a beginner who wanted to explore this subject.
After reading this book, I have a better understanding of empathy, or what the author prefers to call our empathic capacity. I appreciated learning about the different components of empathy and what factors affect how our empathic capacity fluctuates over time. There was a lot of interesting informa Leggi tutto
This book explores the various types of empathy, how we employ it in everyday life, and the obstacles we might face when showing our compassion to and for others. The author also highlights "empathy imposters" which are ways in which we think we're helping but we're actually causing harm, such as en Leggi tutto
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