What is the Empathy Paradigm?
The Empathy Paradigm is a philosophy and leadership strategy that’s built on the assumption that empathy is a skill that anyone can learn and cultivate. Research shows that meaningful relationships and psychological safety are built on a foundation of empathy, so we approach all of our training, coaching, and consulting through the lens of intentional empathy. We teach this essential skill using our signature Empathy Equation and offer practical ways to use curiosity and non-judgment to build healthier personal and professional relationships.
What is the Empathy Equation?
Our signature Empathy Equation is a simple formula that can help anyone access and grow their empathy for someone else. Being curious about someone’s identity, past experiences, and current circumstances allows us to understand why they are thinking, feeling, and acting the way they are even if we don’t agree with them. This understanding is the first step toward building connection and respect despite our differences.
We empower groups and individuals to embrace empathy-focused practices of Emotional Intelligence, Inclusivity, Wellness, and Growth through affordable and accessible training and coaching.
We offer one-off workshops, multi-day conferences, and recurring trainings on a variety of high-demand topics, such as Emotional Intelligence, Inclusivity, Suicide Awareness and Prevention, Leadership Development, Religious Trauma, and more! All services and custom made to fit your needs.
Looking for individual professional development? Are you in the process of coming out or have a loved one that is? Are you deconstructing your faith system? Schedule a 1:1 session with one of our specialized coaches and get the support you're looking for.
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Foundations of treating Religious Trauma, only for Trauma Support Services.
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Foundations of recognizing and addressing suicidality among LGBTQIA+ college age students. Only for University of Louisville students.