Empathy isn’t something you’re either born with or not. Empathy is something that can be discovered, nourished, and really learned.
As leaders, it is crucial that we hone this skill because the rising generations are making it clear that workplace priorities are shifting. And what is important to them? Empathy.
This week on Saving You a Seat, we talk to Danielle Lisenbey, a CEO of MedRisk, who knows how to be an empathetic leader, while still achieving extraordinary results. She shares her story of loss and how this drastic life change was a catalyst for her own growth.
When we exhibit empathy, listen deeply, and navigate chaos comfortably, we become a leader that inspires accountability, connection, and engagement.
In this week’s episode, Danielle reminds us of the importance of connecting back to ourselves in order to become more connected leaders both at work and at home.
She’s doing it and she’s doing it big. An engineer by training, Danielle has been celebrated in various media outlets and has received many awards for her outstanding leadership.
It is a joy to have Danielle on our episode this week. We hope you join us at the table.
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To connect with Danielle, find her on LinkedIn, Danielle Lisenbey.
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