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Why Empathy Is a Necessity When Practicing Leadership

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On this episode

Marlene Ziobrowski and Jonathan Rozenblit, with guest, psychotherapist Amanda Youssef, explore how empathy is necessary to form connections between people and why people need those connections in order to show up as the best versions of themselves and in order to do their best work.

Guests on this Episode

Amanda Youssef is a Registered Psychotherapist, Canadian Certified Counsellor, and Certified Meditation Instructor. She specializes in relationships and therapeutic approaches including emotion-focused therapy, dialectic behaviour therapy, and motivational interviewing. Amanda is an avid believer in practicing what she teaches her clients, so you will often find her “forest bathing,” meditating, taking long walks with her dog, snuggling with her kids, and writing poetry when she is not busy doing the job she loves!

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Episode Details
Episode Number15
PublishedAugust 14, 2022