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Webinar: Brave New Law - Why empathy is a business imperative skill

10 March 2021

Watch our recent webinar where a panel of general counsel from Coca-Cola, Gallagher and NatWest gave a deeper insight into why empathy is a skill that all in-house lawyers will benefit from cultivating.

Empathy is a skill that in-house lawyers of all levels can benefit from cultivating. Empathy is a quality which leaders have always needed, especially in the current circumstances of change, uncertainty and a need for understanding and thoughtfulness. It's required to create a better business operating environment, is the starting point for design thinking and is critical for successful innovation.

To discuss this topic in more depth were joined by a range of experts to share experiences from a range of businesses and backgrounds:

Watch the webinar to hear the experiences of our panel

Some of the key points explored by the panel were:

  • How bringing empathy to business discussions can create better outcomes for you and your business colleagues.
  • How to develop more empathy in yourself and your team.
  • Using empathy as a leader in a virtual workplace.
  • Empathy in working with outside suppliers.

Watch the full webinar recording or take a look at the Empathy Toolkit for important ideas and questions to develop your understanding.

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