Students in Malaysia to experience empathy training workshops


By IAN YEE

The Tribeless team, (from left) Leong Sim Yen, Shawn Cheng, and Wong Gwen Yi, have provided their innovative empathy skills programmes to both schools and corporates - and even the Obama Foundation.

WITH pretty much the entire world reeling from the Covid-19 pandemic, the concept of empathetic leadership has shot straight into the spotlight.

A study by Trinity College showed that countries with female leaders have six times fewer Covid-19 deaths compared to male-led countries, a fact that has been widely attributed to a more empathetic approach by women leaders.

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