Restoring the Lost Art of Empathy: The Key to Ethical and IDEA Cultures - July AFP Tampa Bay

  • July 16, 2024
  • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
  • VIRTUAL
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Restoring the Lost Art of Empathy: The Key to Ethical and IDEA Cultures

July 16, 2024 - VIRTUAL ONLY

Choose your own adventure in this interactive session! Learn to apply practical tactics to strengthen your ability to connect and maximize yourself, your team, and your mission. Forbes, CEOWorld, and countless others have cited empathy as the No. 1 leadership skill required to lead an organization and cultivate an ethical and inclusive culture. This session will provide a holistic view of the three types of empathy, and how a lack of empathy is apparent in behavior, policy, and operations. Participants will learn practical exercises and tactics that they can implement immediately to improve in ways they never knew possible. 

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Tuesday, July 16, 2024

12:00 VIRTUAL PROGRAM

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Program Fee - $5.00

PROGRAM WILL ONLY BE OFFERED VIRTUALLY

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Applied for 1 hour CFRE

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Speaker Bios 

Matthew David Gellin, American Legacy Theatre

Matthew, CFRE, MFA, is the founding executive artistic director & CEO at American Legacy Theatre. Matthew has lived all over the country, working in the nonprofit and for-profit sectors, and he has represented the United States in the People’s Republic of China for international business affairs and Romania for UNESCO’s International Theatre Institute. As a theatre practitioner, Matthew has worked on three continents and is an accomplished producer, director, actor, playwright, and artistic developer. He actively seeks to create theatre for social change playing a critical role in system-wide improvement

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