Civility is an important component of Practice C2, as we work to bring a diverse set of people to the table and seek to understand—and be understood by—them. New York Times columnist Nicholas Kristof describes how Black musician Daryl Davis employs civility in helping Ku Klux Klan members and neo-Nazis come to humanize those of other races and, ultimately, leave the Klan or white supremacist organizations.
By: New York Times, Nicholas Kristof
Leader-prep | Lifelong learners
Inclusion inspired innovation: compassionate design for the enabled
By: John Moalli, TEDx
Overcoming the empathy gap: overcoming a societal lack of empathy
By: Fareeha Quayyum, TEDx
Empathy in designing solutions
Cultivating collaboration: don’t be so defensive!
By: Jim Tamm, TEDx
Why the world needs an empathy revolution
By: Greater Good Science Center, Jill Suttie