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Organizing Through Empathy.

By: Pavlovich, Kathryn.
Contributor(s): Krahnke, Keiko.
Material type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Routledge Studies in Management, Organizations and Society: Publisher: Hoboken : Taylor and Francis, 2013Description: 1 online resource (246 p.).ISBN: 9781135014339.Subject(s): Empathy | Interpersonal relations | Leadership -- Moral and ethical aspects | Organizational effectivenessGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Organizing Through EmpathyDDC classification: 658.4/094 | 658.4094 LOC classification: HD58.9 .O746 2013Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Cover; Title; Copyright; Contents; List of Figures; List of Table; Introduction; PART I Contemplative Approaches to Empathy; 1 Consciousness, Empathy, and the Brain; 2 The Source of Empathy in Our Lives: An Explanatory Journey into the Realm of Spirituality; 3 Empathy, Self-Other Differentiation, and Mindfulness Training; 4 A Conceptione . . .; PART II A Applied Approaches to Empathy: Leadership; 5 Working through the Past: How Personal History Influences Leaders' Emotions and Capacity for Empathy; 6 Empathy: A Leadership Quintessential
PART II B Applied Approaches to Empathy: Decision Making7 Ethical Decision Making in Organizations: The Role of Empathy; 8 The ACES Decision-Making Technique as a Reframing Tool for Increasing Empathy; PART II C Applied Approaches to Empathy: Contextual; 9 Predicting Empathy in Medical Students and Doctors; 10 The Caring Climate: How Sport Environments Can Develop Empathy in Young People; 11 . . . Ad Floridam; 12 Transcendent Empathy: The Ability to See the Larger System; Bibliography; Contributors
Summary: Empathy dissolves the boundaries between self and others, and feelings of altruism towards others are activated. This process results in more compassionate and caring contexts, as well as helping others in times of suffering. This book provides evidence from neuroscience and quantum physics that it is empathy that connects humanity, and that this awareness can create a more just society. It extends interest in values-based management, exploring the intellectual, physical, ecological, spiritual and aesthetic well-being of organizations and society rather than the more common management princ
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Cover; Title; Copyright; Contents; List of Figures; List of Table; Introduction; PART I Contemplative Approaches to Empathy; 1 Consciousness, Empathy, and the Brain; 2 The Source of Empathy in Our Lives: An Explanatory Journey into the Realm of Spirituality; 3 Empathy, Self-Other Differentiation, and Mindfulness Training; 4 A Conceptione . . .; PART II A Applied Approaches to Empathy: Leadership; 5 Working through the Past: How Personal History Influences Leaders' Emotions and Capacity for Empathy; 6 Empathy: A Leadership Quintessential

PART II B Applied Approaches to Empathy: Decision Making7 Ethical Decision Making in Organizations: The Role of Empathy; 8 The ACES Decision-Making Technique as a Reframing Tool for Increasing Empathy; PART II C Applied Approaches to Empathy: Contextual; 9 Predicting Empathy in Medical Students and Doctors; 10 The Caring Climate: How Sport Environments Can Develop Empathy in Young People; 11 . . . Ad Floridam; 12 Transcendent Empathy: The Ability to See the Larger System; Bibliography; Contributors

Empathy dissolves the boundaries between self and others, and feelings of altruism towards others are activated. This process results in more compassionate and caring contexts, as well as helping others in times of suffering. This book provides evidence from neuroscience and quantum physics that it is empathy that connects humanity, and that this awareness can create a more just society. It extends interest in values-based management, exploring the intellectual, physical, ecological, spiritual and aesthetic well-being of organizations and society rather than the more common management princ

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<p>Kathryn Pavlovich is Associate Professor at the University of Waikato, New Zealand. She has a special interest in conscious capitalism, enterprise, self-leadership, ethics and spirituality. She has authored more than 80 internationally refereed publications, including articles in Long Range Planning, Journal of Business Ethics, Tourism Management and a Best Paper Proceedings of the Academy of Management. Kathryn is currently on the 5 year Chair track of the US-based Academy of Management's Spirituality and Religion Division.</p> <p>Keiko Krahnke is Associate Professor at the University of Northern Colorado. She has research interest in empathy, systems thinking, ethics, and spirituality. Keiko's recent publications include an article in Journal of Business Ethics and Best Paper Proceedings of the Academy of Management. She has served as Chair of Management, Spirituality and Religion at the Academy of Management.</p>

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