Welcome to The Professional Empathy Podcast with Leanne Butterworth, your guide to unlocking success in relationships, business, and mental well-being through the transformative power of healthy empathy. Join us as we challenge the status quo, proving that empathy is the key to thriving at work. We explore the transformative power of healthy empathy in a range of professions like politics, engineering and sex work and the impact of the human experience at work like menstruation, menopause and neurodiversity.In each episode, we dive into why healthy empathy, active listening, and self-care are not just buzzwords but essential tools for unprecedented success in both business and communities. Tune in at www.empathypodcast.com and redefine your approach to human connection at www.empathyfirst.com.au. It's time to revolutionise your world with the power of healthy empathy!For show notes visit https://www.empathyfirst.com.au/show-notes
Empathy and the Transgender Experience with Hannah Ford Morgan
In this thought-provoking episode of the Professional Empathy Podcast, Leanne Butterworth engages in a candid conversation with Hannah Ford Morgan, a tabletop game designer and a courageous advocate for the transgender community. Hannah openly shares her personal experiences and insights of her transition journey. Her story sheds light on the challenges and triumphs faced by transgender individuals. They discuss the power of empathy in addressing these challenges and how it can transform anger into productive collaboration. Together, they illustrate the potential for change and inclusivity while navigating the transgender experience in a professional landscape. Join them for an inspiring discussion on empathy, transformation, and building bridges in this heartfelt episode.Find Hannah's work at https://guildmastergames.com/. https://www.instagram.com/guildmastergames Learn more about Empathy First at https://www.empathyfirst.com.au/For show notes: visit https://www.empathyfirst.com.au/post/empathy-and-the-transgender-experience-with-hannah-ford-morgan
Empathy is a Drag with Carrie the One
In this episode of The Professional Empathy Podcast we meet Carrie the One – math teacher by day, amateur drag queen by night. Discover why she embarked on this unique journey and the powerful impact she's making. From innovative teaching to breaking stereotypes, Carrie's story showcases the transformative power of self-expression.Whether you're a math enthusiast, a drag aficionado, or simply appreciate radical individuality, this episode is a must-listen. Join us for a conversation celebrating how Carrie brings math to the masses in drag, showcasing the beauty of inclusion that knows no bounds. Don't miss The Professional Empathy Podcast - Empathy is a Drag!Follow Carrie The One at Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/mathisadrag/TikTok - https://www.tiktok.com/@mathisadrag?lang=enFind more Professional Empathy Podcast episodes at https://www.empathypodcast.comLearn to strengthen your empathy muscles at https://www.empathyfirst.com.au
Empathy and the Emergency Medical Call Centre with Graeme L
Welcome to The Professional Empathy Podcast's latest episode, where we explore the indispensable role of healthy empathy in the emergency medical call centre. In this captivating conversation, we're joined by Graeme L, an experienced emergency medical dispatcher, who sheds light on the pressures and responsibilities that come with this vital role. Together, we delve into how practicing healthy empathy empowers him to connect with callers, coordinate with response crews, and collaborate with colleagues, ensuring that everyone receives the highest level of care. If you're curious about the power of empathy in high-pressure environments, this episode is a must-listen, offering profound insights into the heart of emergency medical dispatch. Tune in and discover the hidden heroes behind the scenes, making a difference one call at a time.
Empathy and Menopause at Work with Sonya Lovell
In this episode of the Professional Empathy Podcast, Leanne Butterworth chats with Sonya Lovell, menopause speaker, podcaster, and personal trainer about empathy and menopause at work. They delve into the importance of empathy and understanding during the menopausal transition and how to support those going through it. Sonya draws from her personal experience of an induced menopause after breast cancer to empower women navigating midlife and menopause, and she normalizes the conversation around menopause in the workplace. Links from today's discussionhttps://stellarwomen.com.au/https://www.empathyfirst.com.au/
Empathy and Conversations about Death with Carked It!
How often do you talk about death with your friends and family? According to my guests Simon and Euan - talking about death leads to living a better life. Welcome to this episode of The Professional Empathy Podcast where we discuss empathy and conversations about death. Our guests are Simon Lowe, co-founder of the Ageing Revolution, and Euan Black from the Good Death Impact Network. We want to issue a warning for our listeners, as this episode may delve into some uncomfortable topics related to death and dying.We're excited to have Simon and Euan on the show to talk about their innovative approach to having these conversations. They, along with a team of collaborators, have created a card game called Carked It that aims to make talking about death something that is enjoyable, meaningful and even humorous.Tune in to this insightful episode to hear our guests discuss the importance of empathy and how Carked It is breaking down barriers around having conversations about death.Useful LinksBuy the game - https://carkedit.comEnd of Life Impact Network - https://www.tacsi.org.au/our-work/hero-initiative/end-of-lifeEmpathy First - www.empathyfirst.com.auLeanne’s TEDx Talk - www.empathyfirst.com.au/tedxqut
Empathy and Aged Care with Sharon Blackburn CBE
In this episode on The Empathy Podcast we explore Empathy and Aged Care with Sharon Blackburn CBE. The recent Royal Commission has brought much attention to aged care, and it may appear that empathy and aged care are mutually exclusive. Leanne and Sharon explore how empathy and relationships put the care back in aged care and why it is essential for our loved ones, families, aged care staff, and communities. Sharon shares with us the significance of relationship-centred care and how it can be practised to ultimately humanise the healthcare sector. Sharon is an experienced social carer who has worked in the sector for over 40 years. She has held multiple executive leadership roles within non-profits and for-profit charities. She is passionate about helping people in organisations become the change they want to see in the world. Sharon was awarded a CBE in the Queen's New Year's Honours in 2016 for her contributions to nursing and non-profit organisations. Sharon discusses the importance of involving clients in their own care and learning what matters to them. To truly build relationships with clients, healthcare professionals must acknowledge their thoughts and feelings and act accordingly. Not only does this improve the quality of care experienced by clients but the work engagement and satisfaction experienced by aged care professionals.https://www.empathyfirst.com.auEmail Sharon on email@example.com