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You, Me, Empathy is the official podcast of The Feely Human Collective! On this show, we explore the struggles, the triumphs, the brights and the darks we face as humans trying to get by on this wondrous and overwhelming pale blue dot. The intent of You, Me, Empathy is to talk openly, without judgment, about our mental health, our neuroses, our shared anxieties and worries, to create a dialog that is vulnerable and deeply human and empathetic—and to share that dialog with others to inspire e ...
 
Empathy Media Lab’s podcast explores questions around labor, political economy, art, and culture. Producer and host @EvanMatthewPapp explores unique topics in thematic channels that include Profiles of Producers in the Labor Radio Podcast Network, Policy Dialogues with the University Of Maryland School of Public Policy, and EML's Harmony of Interest with topical deep dives, interviews, and audio stories. The goal is to increase solidarity by universalizing the struggles of our human conditio ...
 
Join us each week for deep, real conversations about how we can all be more inclusive leaders in our workplaces and communities. In intimate conversations with advocates, activists, and allies, host Melinda Briana Epler provides a safe space to learn, build empathy for each other, and understand tangible actions we can all take. You can join us live too! https://changecatalyst.co/allyshipseries
 
Hailing from two very different walks of life, hosts Nalyse Seymore is from the Bronx and Courtney Fostvedt is from Iowa. Together they mesh two unique perspectives on life and hustling in New York City as ex-bartenders, artists and entrepreneurs. They present a cocktail of views on race issues, sexuality, mental health and wellness to arrive at a place of empathy.
 
Struggling with grief? Losing a loved one is a hard and long journey. Let’s “break the silent struggle” around grief. Come sit with Debra Hester as your host and explore the changing seasons of grief. Learn what she did and didn't write in her book about her grief journey: My Backyard Garden, A Memoir of How Love Conquers Grief. Take away some insights for your own journey or to help someone else. #empathyforgrief If you're struggling with the death of a loved one or want to show empathy not ...
 
The Empathy Rising Podcast is the place for therapeutic entrepreneurs who want to evolve beyond the couch. I’m your host, Marissa Lawton. I’m a licensed counselor with a young family and it is my mission to help my fellow therapists recognize the value of their clinical skills in AND out of session. I walk alongside entrepreneurial therapists as they scale their private practices and turn them into thriving businesses. By moving beyond 1:1 work with clients and developing their first online ...
 
As life gets busier and more demanding it’s more important than ever that we become masters of our inner reality. EQ Evolution Host, Candice Dick and Liz Cunningham, with over 30 years experience teacching Emotional Intelligence unpack what it takes to live Emotional Intelligence in every area of your life from parenting and leadership to education and well-being. Here you’ll discover practical tips and meaningful perspectives that enhance your ability to navigate emotions, make conscious ch ...
 
Explore how seeing the world through different perspectives helps you effectively solve problems and live a better life. Designing your thinking with empathy at the center helps you connect with others, generate innovative ideas and facilitate successful outcomes – elevating the human experience. In each episode we talk with experts from diverse fields to explore how principles of empathy are put into practice. Join us and discover patterns of empathic engagement to improve your life.
 
Empathy Reboot, the flagship podcast of Media Harmonics, seeks to increase understanding about a range of human experiences, belief systems, lifestyles, and political movements. Investigative reporting, combined with long-form interviews, aims to immerse the listener in a topic or character so that the nuance, idiosyncrasy, and specificity of human experience rise to the surface.
 
We talk about being human at work; complete with tips to be successful when facing common issues in the modern workplace. It's a common misconception that leaders manage people. Management is a job title. Being a leader is a set of applied skills and the example you set... a journey, not a destination. Many times leadership qualities are found in individual contributors. We want to share what we've learned as we grow our own leadership skills.
 
Join the dynamic trio as they discuss important topics that are happening nationally and globally and how they are effecting African Americans. Get in the know with the crew about topics that may not make the news and how it could impact you. No tea Just Facts! Fresh Out Of Empathy is a part of black owned private network and is published bi weekly.
 
What is empathy, and why do we need it? Presenter Rachel Adedeji hosts a brand new podcast that delves into the importance of empathy and how you can build it through child’s play. We all want to raise children that are empathetic and sensitive to others’ emotions, but how can we as parents help nurture empathy and social skills from a young age? Sponsored by Barbie, this series will explore the groundbreaking new scientific findings in developing children’s empathy, real life examples of wh ...
 
Storytelling is such an amazing thing. I love to make people laugh or feel by telling stories. Stories connect us because we all have a story to tell. Our stories may not always be the same but when we share our truth, it gives others permission to do the same. Story telling is healing, it's empowering, it's necessary. I want to talk about things. Real things. Things that matter. Relationships, connections, mental health, parenthood, addiction, infidelity, self- awareness, self- destruction, ...
 
Join our founder, Victoria Ferguson, as she sets the tone by opening up about her journey of becoming a mother at 15 years old, spending the better part of a decade with a career as a TV/Film Makeup Artist, and her decision to make the shift from having a hand in character development on-set to creating natural confidence off-screen. With conversations ranging from skin to self through the lens of mental health & wellness with like-minded individuals. Thank-you for welcoming us into your hom ...
 
A podcast about a man trying to reconnect with a shattered, shattered world... by talking to his friends about their everyday habits! Following an unfortunate series of life oopsy-daisies, musician and community radio broadcaster Scott Mercer found himself feeling alienated by the desires and habits of his fellow human beings. He began questioning the idea of the Golden Rule, centrepiece of so many philosophies and religions. In a world of myriad subcultures, mental states and identities, do ...
 
If you want to learn how you can become a better leader in politics and business with help of emotional intelligence - EQ for World Leaders Podcast is for you. Nina Andrijanic is dedicated to bring you top politicians and business leaders who have already implemented these EQ strategies and will show you how it is done in the real world of politics and business. If you want t learn more about how to make better decisions, impact your community and change the world then stick around, it's goi ...
 
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On Episode 173 of You, Me, Empathy, Marianna Palka and I explore generational optimism, the magical alchemy of empathy and healing in movies, the empowered collective, how Huntington’s Disease has impacted Marianna’s life, and why pain needs to be shared. Plus, meeting Sean Connery, GLOW, why Marianna runs up hill, and more! Read the full show note…
 
For our 100th episode, I’m in the hot seat, interviewed by my good friend & fellow Master Coach Lee Chaix McDonough. As a podcaster herself, she throws some pretty hard-hitting questions my way. Don’t miss it! If you want more resources and show notes, check out http://marissalawton.com/podcastโดย Marissa Lawton
 
“The private equity model is inherently at odds with providing good quality patient care and providing good jobs.” Welcome to the Harmony of Interest series where we explore ideas that positively shape our world. For this recording, we are focusing on Private Equity’s role in the U.S. healthcare system. Joining me from the Private Equity Stakeholde…
 
In today’s episode, I get to welcome back attorney, DE&I strategist and executive leadership coach M.E. Hart for an important conversation about how to have honest conversations in our personal and professional lives. We are living in a time of difficult, long overdue conversations around racism, social justice, gender equality, and so much more th…
 
In this episode, Melinda Briana Epler, Founder & CEO of Change Catalyst, and Frieda McAlear, Senior Research Associate at the Kapor Center, talk about “Designing For Intersectional Inclusion.” Frieda described what we can do to redress the lack of Native American representation in tech while applying an intersectional lens. She'll also share princi…
 
Liz and Candice share the insights and take-outs from their journey through 2020. Embodying Emotional Intelligence what does it look like to live it when the world is turned upside down. Showing up. Connecting, support and community. Choosing priorities. Surrendering to what is. Listening to what is arising.…
 
This week hosts Nalyse Seymore and Courtney Fostvedt talk about the importance of "Spring Cleaning" for the mind, body, and soul. In this episode they present a list of things to clean from your office/workspace to getting rid of things you've been hoarding. Beyond cleaning your physical space, cleaning up the mental is also just as important. Have…
 
How do you actually use your assumptions, experiences, and messaging to create a brand that truly connects with and speaks to people? Today Dava Guthmiller and I are going to tackle that very question. Dava is a believer in connections – what connects people with brands, eaters with foods, businesses with environments, creativity with the process, …
 
In today’s episode, I talk to Don Mamone, whose long career in hospitality instilled in him the importance of customer service and relationship marketing. Don and his wife, Emily, run a successful photography studio based on the people first, then profit philosophy. Throughout this episode, we discuss what people first, then profit really means, an…
 
The University of Maryland School of Public Policy Alumni Board's video and podcast series called Policy Dialogues discusses current events through a policy lens. Episode 20 focuses on ethics and public policy with Kelly Veney Darnell. Participants also included Evan Papp (UMD SPP ‘11). Kelly Veney Darnell is the Chief Operating Officer for the Bip…
 
On Episode 172 of You, Me, Empathy, trans artist and activist Rae Senarighi and I explore gratitude as an opportunity to be present, experiencing love and joy in small moments, dismantling separateness, and why there’s deep empathy in representation. Read the full show notes here! Empathy Links: Rae Senarighi Follow Rae on Instagram First Time I Sa…
 
Did you know that my side hustle originally started out as a way of stashing aside a few extra hundred bucks a month so my family and I could take a vacation? Yup. I never could have envisioned it would grow into a full time business in just a few short years. Chances are, you're holding a few different visions of what your side hustle could be too…
 
Elise and Chris discuss My Darling Supermarket, Identifying Features, Quo Vadis, Aida and Collective with retired SEIU staffer (and now buddhist monk) Peter Pocock and Empathy Media Lab’s Evan Matthew Papp. Everyday lives, the human face of migration, and a different point of view from women directors. NOTE: these films are all available online in …
 
Welcome to the Harmony of Interest series where we explore ideas that positively shape our world. Dr. June Hopkins is author of Harry Hopkins: Sudden Hero, Brash Reformer and received her PhD in American History from Georgetown University and is Professor Emerita at Georgia Southern University. She is also the granddaughter of one of my heroes, Har…
 
In this episode, Melinda Briana Epler, Founder & CEO of Change Catalyst, and Manisha Amin, CEO of the Centre for Inclusive Design, discuss “It’s OK To Make Mistakes As An Ally.” Our work as allies and advocates continues to shape society for the better. The work can also feel heavy - especially when we stumble. Manisha explores how to get over our …
 
Elise and Chris discuss films from the DC Labor Filmfest Spring Screening Series with Andrea Arenas, Communications & Policy Coordinator for the Labor Council for Latin American Advancement, and co-host of the El Desvio podcast (She’ll be doing the Q&A for IDENTIFYING FEATURES [SIN SEÑAS PARTICULARES] on Wednesday, March 31). We’re also joined by l…
 
This week hosts Courtney Fostvedt and Nalyse Seymore interview grad student Talia Seymore (Nalyse's sister), who suggested this episode topic, and have an insightful conversation on "code-switching". It all started when Talia made a comment on Instagram under Chris's photo for "Race Part 2" episode. She had a lot to say about Chris's points in the …
 
On Episode 171 of You, Me, Empathy, founder of Schizophrenic.NYC and schizophrenia activist, Michelle Hammer, and I explore how we can move the needle on ending stigma around mental illness, being diagnosed and feeling like people will judge us, Michelle’s schizophrenia journey and the amazing work she’s doing with Schizophrenic.NYC, and the beauty…
 
In my latest podcast episode, I’m super excited to introduce a long-time friend and fellow clinician, Jenn Fredette… aka the therapist for thinkers who's not afraid to drop the occasional, well-placed f-bomb. Hear what Jenn has to say about branching into copywriting, why it’s okay to use your most authentic language, and how to attract your best f…
 
In this little introduction we answer a few questions. What does it mean to get to the of essence of Emotional Intelligence? What qualifies Candice Dick and Liz Cunningham to be diving into this exploration? We wanted to touch base before we step back fully into recording regular episodes. Look out for our first episode coming in the next few weeks…
 
Labor Radio Podcast Network’s Wednesday Livestream interviews labor leaders about current labor issues with rotating hosts made up of network members. Guests for March 24th, 2021 of LRPN Livestream included Dora Cervantes (General Secretary Treasurer of the Machinists Union) and Mark Torres (Author, Teamster, and labor lawyer). LRPN Co-Hosts: Tanya…
 
Labor Radio Podcast Network’s Wednesday Livestream interviews labor leaders about current labor issues with rotating hosts made up of network members. Guests for March 24th, 2021 of LRPN Livestream included Dora Cervantes (General Secretary Treasurer of the Machinists Union) and Mark Torres (Author, Teamster, and labor lawyer). LRPN Co-Hosts: Tanya…
 
In this episode, Melinda Briana Epler, Founder & CEO of Change Catalyst, speaks with Sheree Atcheson, author of Demanding More. Sheree and Melinda dive into strategies for how to effectively help leaders succeed in advancing diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI), even when we may not be in a position of power ourselves. About Sheree Listed as one …
 
Faith and Labor is a podcast video series exploring the history of Catholic Social Teachings and how it can be used to bridge divisions and guide humanity to solve the great challenges facing the working class. Hosted by John Andrechak of Laborlines and Evan Matthew Papp of Empathy Media Lab, they discuss history, scripture, encyclicals, current ev…
 
This excerpt is from an interview with Daniel K of PsyOp. Download the album: https://psyopdc.bandcamp.com Follow PsyOp https://www.facebook.com/PSY-OP-105756408045635 https://www.instagram.com/psyopmusic/ Watch the full interview: https://www.empathymedialab.com/post/daniel-k-of-psyop-debut-album-howl-from-the-void-eml-s-artist-profiles Lyrics - T…
 
In our world with so many diametrically opposed beliefs regarding politics, or policy, or religion, or anything else, is it possible to have too much empathy? Is it possible to connect with those who believe things that appear to be drastically different from our own beliefs? My guest today, Edwin Rutsch, and I talk about how the answer to what we …
 
Chandra Whitfield is host and producer of In The Gap podcast with episodes featuring everyday Black women and experts sharing their personal experiences on how the gender pay gap, pay discrimination and systemic inequality affects the lives and livelihoods of Black women in the American workforce. In 2020, Black women still only make 62 cents on th…
 
On Episode 170 of You, Me, Empathy, queer intuitive Tarot teacher and founder of Tarot for the Wild Soul, Lindsay Mack, and I explore leaning into the stretch and speed of time, why the uncomfortable and the richness occupy the same space, the profound effect EMDR has had on Lindsay, why every tarot card is an invitation to anti-racism work, and th…
 
Let's talk membership sites! They've been popular for years now and they aren't going away any time soon. They allow entrepreneurs like you to build community, share your skills, and even have the potential for passive income. If you want more resources and show notes, check out http://marissalawton.com/podcast…
 
The University of Maryland School of Public Policy Alumni Board's video and podcast series called Policy Dialogues discusses current events through a policy lens. Episode 19 focuses on ethics and public policy with Dr. Chloe Schwenke. Participants also included Evan Papp (UMD SPP ‘11). Dr. Chloe Schwenke is an international development ethicist, pr…
 
This excerpt is from an interview with Daniel K of PsyOp. Download the album: https://psyopdc.bandcamp.com Follow PsyOp https://www.facebook.com/PSY-OP-105756408045635 https://www.instagram.com/psyopmusic/ Watch the full interview: https://www.empathymedialab.com/post/daniel-k-of-psyop-debut-album-howl-from-the-void-eml-s-artist-profiles Lyrics - B…
 
Elise and Chris discuss “The NFL’s Cheerleader Problem” with director Yu Gu and mark the anniversary of “Salt of the Earth,” the classic labor film that opened on March 14, 1954 and was banned soon after. Includes trailer for A Woman’s Work and Salt of the Earth. Produced by Chris Garlock. Video edited by Evan Papp. About Labor goes to the Movies I…
 
If you’re curious to hear what spycraft, leadership, and building strong relationships have in common, keep listening. Author, speaker and former FBI agent Robin Dreeke used to recruit spies for a living so he knows how to create a relationship and build trust with all kinds of people! Today Robin and I talk about how to shift the focus from yourse…
 
The debut EP of DC-based PsyOp brings you into the fractured mind of one Daniel K, a twisted prophet of rage who speaks of shifting dreamscapes and the unnameable terrors of the night. Howl from the Void fuses nihilist anthems of decadence and decay ('Bang My Head Against the Wall,' 'The World Owes Me Something'), hardcore bruisers ('Before the Gat…
 
In this episode, Melinda Briana Epler, Founder & CEO of Change Catalyst, speaks with Tammy Cho, Co-Founder & CEO of Hate Is A Virus and BetterBrave. Tammy and Melinda discuss the work we must do together to combat racism against the Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) communities, starting with raising awareness of what community members hav…
 
“The American people want a government that works, they want a government that is responsive to their needs and is responsive to how they are suffering right now.” Matt Verghese is the chief of staff for U.S. Congressman Anthony Brown who represents Maryland's 4th congressional district. Matt has also served as a senior advisor on the Van Hollen fo…
 
On Episode 169 of You, Me, Empathy, therapist and wellness coach Minaa B. and I explore life’s inevitable and uncomfortable shifts, the othering we do as humans and how we can push against it as individuals and communities, Minaa’s early childhood experience of being bullied and the isolation and heartache that came with it, and the magical conflue…
 
You don’t want to miss this one! In my latest podcast episode, I talk with my dear friend & a money mentor with a background in psychotherapy—the amazing Megan Hale. If you want more resources and show notes, check out http://marissalawton.com/podcastโดย Marissa Lawton
 
“I see a lot of hope in struggle and people willing to be empathetic...it comes back to that ideal of humanity and care. And when we start caring about other people and because we want them to be as happy as we are, that's something I'm seeing more of in Australia. There's hope there.” Jordie Abela is co-host of Solidarity Breakfast out of Melbourn…
 
Labor Radio Podcast Network’s Weekly Wednesday Livestream interviews labor leaders about current labor issues with rotating hosts made up of network members. Guests for March 10th, 2021 of LRPN Livestream included Yaseen Aslam (Uber BV v Aslam and President of the App Drivers & Couriers Union), Willy Solis (Gig Worker Collective), and Maria C. Figu…
 
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