Empathy at Work: Why?

Empathy at Work: Why? In 1992, a team led by neurophysiologist Giacomo Rizzolatti at the University of Parma, Italy accidently discovered what have been termed “mirror neurons” in macaque monkeys.  These brain cells became active (fired) when the monkey performed an action – in this case picking up a peanut.  However, the team also noticed … Continue reading Empathy at Work: Why?

Blogs on the way!

Upcoming Blogs Keep an eye on our new blog page as we will be posting content useful to you.  In the meantime here are some quotes in Latin to read over your morning coffee! Veni, vidi, vici. Alea iacta est. Carpe diem. Cogito, ergo sum. Fratres in unum. In vino veritas. Et tu, Brute? Acta, … Continue reading Blogs on the way!

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