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  • Writer's pictureD'Vorah Pnina Meijer

Leadership and empathy are inextricably linked.

2 Samuel 11:13 And Dovid said unto Natan, I have sinned against Hashem. And Natan said unto Dovid, Hashem also hath put away thy chattat; thou shalt not die.

Then David said to Nathan, “I have sinned against the Lord.” Nathan replied, “The Lord has taken away your sin. You are not going to die.

I've noticed that G-d gives us a training, from practice. As in the story of David and Bathsheba. After that experience, he learned to know himself, GRACE was born in his heart. And in every decision and judgement it was tangible his heart had went through a deep trial, and he had experienced and learned the healing power of grace.

Leadership and empathy are inextricably linked.

That is why the leadership training for leaders, who are called by G-d, an assault course ( spiritual trim trail} of dying to self, using deep situations. The more you go through deep things yourself,

the better you will understand the other who is going through the same process.

If you are in a deep valley, and you have to choose between the leader or the coach who says, I have read about it, and out of that knowledge I want to help you, or someone standing next to you who has been there, an experience expert with empathy, who knows where you are going through, then the choice is easily made right?

Empathy (Greek: ἐμπάθεια, to feel) is empathy, the ability to empathize with the situation and feelings of others. Being able to put yourself in the shoes of others contributes to understanding the emotions of others and to communication.

Empathy also relies on good "reading" or understanding of verbal and non-verbal communication from others.

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D'Vorah Meijer


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