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The problem with your customers and colleagues is that they’re people. Irrational, emotional, fickle people.
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Whose job is empathy?

Most businesses invest heavily in training their frontline teams. After all, they’re the ones speaking to customers day in, day out. Leadership typically get a decent slice of the empathy training pie, too.

If you only train the top and the bottom, that’s a whole chunk of people missing out. And these are the people who play an important part in defining your company culture.

The Empathy Gap

How do you make the language and behaviour of big businesses more empathetic?

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