Minter Dialogue with Sophie Wade
Sophie Wade is a work futurist and international keynote speaker. She’s a popular online instructor on LinkedIn Learning and is also an author, whose latest book, Empathy Works: The Key to Competitive Advantage in the New Era of Work (Page Two). In this conversation, we discuss the role of empathy at work, how to have a human-centric approach, and leading the younger generations. We also chat about her work, including her experience as an instructor on LinkedIn Learning on the Future of Work, Gen Z and Empathy.
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To connect with Sophie Wade:
- Find Sophie Wade on her eponymous site
- You can find Sophie Wade on Twitter: @ASophieWade
- Sophie Wade on Linkedin
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