How to rehumanize leaders

In this penultimate episode, we challenge the phrase ‘rehumanize’ and the potential separation of personal and professional approaches in an organisation.

‘What is your purpose’ is that a heavy question to answer? What motivates you at work? Do you feel empathy as a leader? How do we remain feeling human in a digital world?

What place do purpose and meaning have for someone trying to develop emotional intelligence? And that more human side? Do you think it has a place?

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Rehumanizing Leadership book by Sudhamshu Palsule and Michael Chavex Rehumanizing Leadership – Amazon

Redefining Communications Podcast with Jenni Field – Understanding Empathy and compassion:

Empathy and compassion S3 E9 – Redefining Communications Podcast

Ikigai article from BBC Ikigai: A Japanese concept to improve work and life – BBC Worklife

Coaching Retreat – Calm Edged Rebels Retreat New – Calm Edged Rebels

Edge model – Colinear The Edge Framework – Colinear

Confidence Coaching by Comms Rebel Coaching – Comms Rebel

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