Self-Efficacy Facilitates Empathy

Self-Efficacy Facilitates Empathy

Albert Bandura is perhaps best known for his social learning theory, the concept of self-efficacy, and his famous Bobo doll experiments. Today, Bandura is often identified as the greatest living psychologist as well as one of the most influential psychologists of all...
A New Way of Design Thinking through Frame Innovation

A New Way of Design Thinking through Frame Innovation

Wicked problems have been around “forever” but have come to the fore a couple of decades ago as pointed out by a 2008 HBR (Harvard Business Review) magazine in an article by John C. Camillus[1]; wicked problems appear in “increasingly complex environments” that...
Diversity and Inclusion are Essential for a Growth Mindset

Diversity and Inclusion are Essential for a Growth Mindset

Design Thinking is a malleable tool that enables businesses of all sizes to navigate through the uncertainty and complexity of competitions toward the “latest and the greatest” innovations. With all the upheaval of today’s frenzy to be the best, Design Thinking offers...
Is a Coaching Organization Possible?

Is a Coaching Organization Possible?

Just about everything written concerning today’s organizations inserts the general theme that with AI and advanced technology, the pace of change is picking up more and more speed so that the need for deeper innovation and creativity is urgent to the point of an...
Empathy and Self-Efficacy are alive and well in Alex Trebek

Empathy and Self-Efficacy are alive and well in Alex Trebek

Alex Trebek [1] never considered writing his memoirs until cancer of the pancreas threatened to shorten his life; family and friends nudged him to leave his worldwide admirers with a souvenir to cherish after his departure. His The Answer is … Reflections on My Life...
Coaching with Reflective Inquiry

Coaching with Reflective Inquiry

In two previous blogs, first, the topic of coaching conversation was presented as a co-creative level of conversational intelligence and secondly, the topic of coaching empathy outlined the transformation of the coaching relationship by attention, appreciation, and...
Coaching with empathy

Coaching with empathy

In a previous blog, Empathic Coaching Conversation, we looked at the power of conversation that is creative in the coaching setting, moving both client and coach through the steps of discovering the beliefs and values of the client in new perspectives to meet the...
Empathic Coaching Conversation

Empathic Coaching Conversation

The title of this blog has three words – empathic, coaching, and conversation. The central word is “coaching”, because “empathic” is the adjective modifying what kind of coaching we are using, while “conversation” is the tool used to do the coaching. That being said,...
Characteristics of an Empathic Team

Characteristics of an Empathic Team

Charles Duhigg, a freelance writer, published an article in New York Times about Julia Rosovsky’s Project Aristotle, a Google search for the perfect team.  It’s a fascinating and detailed sketch of what constitutes an empathic, functional team, found in The New York...

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