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Leading with radical empathy

MIT professor and The Empathy Diaries author, Dr. Sherry Turkle, believes empathy is a must-have character trait for leaders. “An empathetic leader can tolerate friction. The empathetic leader doesn’t see friction, pushback or disagreement as a sign of personal failure, but as a sign that he or she is dealing with human beings.”  Sherry joined HOW Institute distinguished fellow, Dana Born, for a new episode of HOW Conversations where the two discussed what Sherry calls “radical empathy” in the workplace and how a Pause can help us prepare for the return to work. Watch the conversation here and don’t forget to subscribe to our YouTube channel.

Sherry’s book, The Empathy Diaries, is now available in paperback, click here to order your copy.

New podcast episodes 

Several of our best episodes of HOW Conversations are now a podcast. Available everywhere you listen to your favorite shows and on The HOW Institute webpage, hear Retired General David Goldfein, and The HOW Institute board members, Darren Walker and Angela Ahrendts, discuss their frameworks for leadership.  Please download, follow and subscribe and check back often for new episodes.

Welcome NXT-GEN Fellows

We are thrilled to welcome the March 2022 NXT-GEN Fellows for Moral Leadership!  More than 70 leaders from 12 countries, the global community of fellows launched on their moral leadership journey earlier this month.  To learn more about our NXT-GEN Fellowship please visit our website or email us at


Welcome to our March 2022 NXT-GEN Fellows!

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