38 min

Charles Epstein: Empathy in the Workplace Workplace Warrior®

    • Management

About Charles Epstein: Charles is the founder of Backbone which is a marketing, public relations, and business development company that specializes in technology, healthcare, and human capital management. His work spans not safe for work columnists (NSFW) and he’s formerly a Huffington Post satire columnist. He has a satiric and sarcastic sense of humor. He developed a number of employee engagement and communications platforms including one called Peaquest which is immersive health and wellness assessments, and Weekender, which is about moving wellness to the weekends, and MBarc, which is to prepare and support ex-pats. Helping people make the transition from the main office of their company to the home office
 


In this episode, Jordan and Charles discuss:

Challenges of an entrepreneur When your idea/model is stolen The two sides of political correctness and cancel culture Diversity and inclusion for obnoxious guys 
Key Takeaways:

Handling anything that comes your way When your humor goes too far Cognitive empathy: Seeing someone else’s point of view does not mean letting them off the hook.   Intrinsic and extrinsic motivation

"In business and in my life I apply the Hippocratic Oath, Do no harm." 
—  Charles Epstein




Connect with Charles Epstein:
Email: che@backboneinc.com
Show: Work In Progress

   

Connect with Jordan:
 
Get a free copy of Jordan’s book at www.workplacewarrior.com
 
Website: www.workplacewarriorinc.com
Twitter: https://twitter.com/jordangoldrich1
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/jordan.goldrich
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jordangoldrich/
LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jgoldrich/

About Charles Epstein: Charles is the founder of Backbone which is a marketing, public relations, and business development company that specializes in technology, healthcare, and human capital management. His work spans not safe for work columnists (NSFW) and he’s formerly a Huffington Post satire columnist. He has a satiric and sarcastic sense of humor. He developed a number of employee engagement and communications platforms including one called Peaquest which is immersive health and wellness assessments, and Weekender, which is about moving wellness to the weekends, and MBarc, which is to prepare and support ex-pats. Helping people make the transition from the main office of their company to the home office
 


In this episode, Jordan and Charles discuss:

Challenges of an entrepreneur When your idea/model is stolen The two sides of political correctness and cancel culture Diversity and inclusion for obnoxious guys 
Key Takeaways:

Handling anything that comes your way When your humor goes too far Cognitive empathy: Seeing someone else’s point of view does not mean letting them off the hook.   Intrinsic and extrinsic motivation

"In business and in my life I apply the Hippocratic Oath, Do no harm." 
—  Charles Epstein




Connect with Charles Epstein:
Email: che@backboneinc.com
Show: Work In Progress

   

Connect with Jordan:
 
Get a free copy of Jordan’s book at www.workplacewarrior.com
 
Website: www.workplacewarriorinc.com
Twitter: https://twitter.com/jordangoldrich1
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/jordan.goldrich
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jordangoldrich/
LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jgoldrich/

38 min

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