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Compassionate leadership in difficult times: the why and the how - Shared screen
Kevin Minier
11:45
Hi everbody. Good to be here.
Chip Brewer
12:48
Hi Kevin and all!
Kay Ross
13:12
Hello from an Aussie in Hong Kong, at 00:30 on Friday morning here
Jared Skok
23:45
It depends on the lived experiences of the leader. I find women and younger leaders are inherently more compassionate then men and older leaders.
Nandika Madgavkar
28:12
empathizing too much is very real
Kevin Minier
30:51
Authenticity and Feedback Loop
Jared Skok
33:12
So how does this compare and contrast with the principles of servant leadership?
Amanda Kauffmann
43:25
I have to duck out early, thank you, this has been lovely!
Kevin Minier
45:14
Curiosity
Kevin Minier
47:29
Asking clarifying questions - listening skills.
Kevin Minier
48:53
Suspend judgement
Kevin Minier
50:41
Suspend Advice
Kay Ross
53:06
So the leader is not the hero of the story
Kevin Minier
53:20
Action Learning Sets
Chip Brewer
54:27
Kay - perhaps one aspect of leadership is helping others see themselves as the hero of their own stories
Kay Ross
54:53
Chip - yes!
Jared Skok
56:19
Thank you. Great job.
Kevin Minier
01:00:49
The story is separate. Central character, journey, tension/obstacle/conflict. Objective, what in the way, what am I going to do about. what happened! .