Marie Miyashiro – Empathy in Workplaces – Myths & Miracles

Marie Miyashiro – Empathy in Workplaces – Myths & Miracles

  • What are some ways we can practice self-empathy and empathy with others at work that is “professional”?
  • How is empathy in workplaces different from empathy between us as individuals, couples, families or communities?
  • Why is empathy the “missing link” for People, Planet and Profits?
Organizations are central to our lives. We work in them, buy from them, love and hate them. If we believe in the transformative power of empathy to “make life more wonderful”, then there comes an intersection between empathy and organizations. Let’s explore these questions together. We’ll look at research, case studies and first-hand stories of empathy in workplaces.
[Workshop organised in the frame of Time for Empathy 2023]
When: 8 March 2023, 20:00-21:30 CET (Berlin time)
Most of the workshops during “Time for Empathy” are not recorded, so the only possibility to take part in it is to join the session. The sessions that will be recorded, we will make available to others if the quality is satisfying. We may also use parts of the recording for marketing and publicity across various media. If you do not wish to be recorded, switch off your camera and microphone for the whole duration of the session.
Language: English
Cost: FREE
To take part in this workshop, register for the “Time for Empathy” event here:
NOTE: Register only ONCE to the whole event and receive access to all “Time for Empathy” workshops organised from 5 to 12 March 2023.
About the trainer:
Marie MiyashiroMarie Miyashiro
Marie Miyashiro writes, talks and teaches and now trains NVC and communication trainers on how to bring empathy to organizations. She wrote The Empathy Factor business book and co-authored with Marshall Rosenberg a chapter on NVC in organizations in The Change Handbook – Today’s Definitive Methods for Engaging Whole Systems. A product of a working class family, Marie spent 10 years working for over 10 labor groups and unions organizing and communicating the needs and voice of workers to government groups and the community. Since 2005, she has brought NVC and empathy to over 60,000 people in over 30 countries from small family-run businesses or government agencies to dozens of American universities and multinational corporations. Recognized as a Master Facilitator, she designs and delivers uncommonly transformative and enjoyable learning events and multi-stakeholder strategic conversations. Her client ratings range consistently from 93 to 100 percent satisfaction within multi-year contracts of three to seven years. She holds a Bachelor of Science degree in organization communication and interpersonal psychology from Northwestern University in the United States. She mentors Organization Development Ph.D. candidates at Bowling Green State University and is on the faculty of the CrossKnowledge digital learning group, one of the largest online learning platforms for organizations in the world. She now lives in Hawaii caring for her 99-year-old mother. Marie identifies as she/her, experienced adolescent trauma, reached the summit of Mount Kilimanjaro at age 61 and is grateful for Marshall Rosenberg and Nonviolent Communication because it makes her life significantly more wonderful.
“Marie’s coaching and mentoring gave me confidence to lead projects with organisations that I could never have imagined possible. Her grounded presence, warmth, humour and extensive experience made it easy for me to develop new ways of delivering training, working with very large groups.  Our collaboration has brought greater balance and financial freedom to my life.” -Tracy Seed, London UK – Empathy Coach and Trainer, Certified with the Center for Nonviolent Communication Trainer (CNVC), and a Director for NVC Matters UK




CET (Berlin Time)
20:00 - 21:30

Local Time

  • Timezone: America/New_York
  • Date: 2023-03-08
  • Time: 14:00 - 15:30

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