Erin Thorp cut her teeth on leadership early on, caring for her younger siblings in a challenging family environment. Her next big leadership challenge became building her career in construction engineering as a woman and emotional being. The modeling and leadership feedback she repeatedly received was that she needs to be less emotional. Her dive into emotional development resulted in writing a book called Inside-Out Empathy. Now she trains leaders on the power of empathy, helping those in corporate and organizational environments that are traditionally masculine and focused on problem solving just how much more effective leaders and teams can be with rich, whole and emotionally literate inner and outer worlds.
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