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Psychologist Daniel Goleman talks about three types of empathy. Cognitive empathy, the ability to understand another’s perspective; Emotional empathy, the ability to feel what another person feels and; Empathic concern, the ability to sense what another person needs from you. Since no man or woman is an island, investigating empathy and consciously honing our emotional intelligence is a much-needed component for good relationships. Whether as a leader, co-worker, parent, student, or friend — it’s an essential predecessor to kindness. –Guri

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Editor’s Note: Psychologist Daniel Goleman talks about three types of empathy. Cognitive empathy, the ability to understand another’s perspective; Emotional empathy, the ability to feel what another person feels and; Empathic concern, the ability to sense what another person needs from you. Since no man or woman is an island, investigating empathy and consciously honing our emotional intelligence is a much-needed component for good relationships. Whether as a leader, co-worker, parent, student, or friend — it’s an essential predecessor to kindness. –Guri
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