Category Archives: empathy

34 – Working on You



Now that we are into the second half of the year, how is it going for YOU? How is it going as you work on you? New Year’s Resolutions are now more than six months old.  Many of yours may been broken in just a few short weeks.  Others, a couple of months. The desire, … Continue reading 34 – Working on You


33 – The Future of Work with Special Guest Holly Custard, PhD



Holly Custard is deputy director of institute partnerships and outreach at the Strada Institute for the Future of Work, where she engages with stakeholders to raise awareness and inspire action through the Institute’s research and insights. Her work focuses on fostering the development of infrastructure that supports robust, connected and purposeful learning and career outcomes. … Continue reading 33 – The Future of Work with Special Guest Holly Custard, PhD


30 – Jeremy Jensen, Dubuque Police Department



Jeremy Jensen is the Assistant Chief of Police of the Dubuque Police Department. He has been in law enforcement for 28 years and has spent the last 25 years in Dubuque, where he has worked in patrol, traffic, criminal investigations, tactical operations, community policing, training, and internal affairs. He currently leads department operations and is … Continue reading 30 – Jeremy Jensen, Dubuque Police Department


25 – What Women Entrepreneurs Want You To Know



We talk with Christy Farnbauch, Executive Director at NAWBO Columbus (National Association of Women Business Owners). Founded in 1975, the National Association of Women Business Owners (NAWBO) is the unified voice of America’s more than 10 million women-owned businesses representing the fastest growing segment of the economy. NAWBO is the only dues-based organization representing the … Continue reading 25 – What Women Entrepreneurs Want You To Know


24 – Leadership and The Art of Leading a Motorcycle Group Ride



Jeff brings to life how leadership plays a key role in the art of leading a motorcycle group ride.  And how the examples from that leadership role can be used in business organizations. “As a leader, you need to have a goal of where you want to end, you need to set the expectations, like … Continue reading 24 – Leadership and The Art of Leading a Motorcycle Group Ride


23 – Generational EQ



We talk with Andrew Hulse, Business Development Manager from Futurety.  Andrew is a big believer that his generation has the emotional intelligence ability to overcome and succeed in their career and personal choices. He gives us some insights about what’s going on inside of his generation, his community, and what he is seeing and hearing, … Continue reading 23 – Generational EQ


20 – Managing Relationships



Jeff and Eric tackle the idea of managing relationships.  As you continue to grow in understanding your emotions, those around you probably haven’t been shown the “tools” like you have been exposed to and are using.  How do you grow in your emotional intelligence while others around you are not? Two past episodes to go … Continue reading 20 – Managing Relationships


7 – Increasing Empathy



What does empathy mean?  And how do we increase it? Contrasted to sympathy, empathy is a lot deeper. Empathy is when you actually put yourself, as best you can, into that person’s shoes. You’re connecting with their emotions. It’s something that’s shared, and non-judgmental. In each episode, Jeff and Eric will talk about what emotional … Continue reading 7 – Increasing Empathy