Healthcare leaders are increasingly using empathy as an evidence-based methodology to build connections, foster a shared sense of purpose, and create both psychological safety and identity safety within teams.
An effective empathy practice depends on: 1) how we engage in stories (ours and others), and 2) how closely we listen. In this series, participants will gain a theoretical and practical understanding of the empathy-building practices found to be the most provocative, useful, and authentically effective.
Bring a friend for free! With your paid registration, you can invite a friend or colleague to attend at no additional cost.
Each participant in this cohort will have the chance to:
- Explore their own values and practice sharing these values through stories.
- Learn and practice a practical framework to activate empathy in both professional and personal contexts.
- Learn and practice a practical framework of close listening for professional and personal contexts.
- Respond to and discuss secondary materials to deepen shared learning.
“This workshop was great! It helped me understand what it means to have a story and to better understand the people around me through their stories. Empowering and inspiring!”
— Workshop Participant
Members of the cohort will be expected to make the following time investment:
- The cohort will meet once per week on Wednesdays, for three weeks at 10 am PT / 1 pm ET.
- Weekly workshops are two hours in duration.
- Participants will have one hour or less of self-guided study each week outside the session.
- This will be a highly interactive experience, so we ask that you be in a space where you can freely participate with your camera and microphone on.
- Session 1: February 21, 1-3 pm ET
- Session 2: February 28, 1-3 pm ET
- Session 3: March 6, 1-3 pm ET
We ask that all attendees register individually. Thank you.
Learn tools and a practical framework to create connection, shared purpose, and improve care during this three-part workshop series.