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Left unchecked, and without conscious thought, diversity within teams is hard to achieve. In Chapter 3 of her innovative, new book Inside Out Empathy, Thorp describes her own leadership journey and the challenges she faced creating a unique team of people that were not simply a reflection of her own thoughts, actions and behaviors. Thorp insists that by embracing the “differences” in others, we increase our ability to innovate and can push ourselves and others to achieve so much more! A team with skills and strengths to compliment our weaknesses can do more than we ever thought possible!! A powerful, new vision of leadership has finally arrived on the scene!
More About Inside out empathy
In Inside Out Empathy, “not-so-typical” engineer and certified Associate Integral Coach™, Erin Thorp, gives you a glimpse into the power of leading with empathy through her own experience. She blends the art and science of leadership and shows a way to focus on both performance and people helping you achieve great results and even greater relationships.
We don’t get anywhere new by doing the same old things!
Meet Erin Thorp
Erin has a Bachelor of Science degree in Civil Engineering from the University of Calgary and is an Associate Certified Coach through Integral Coaching Canada. In 2017, she authored Inside Out Empathy, a book that explores using the superpower of empathy to build effective teams.
With over 20 years of experience in building, developing, and leading high-performing teams, Erin is an insightful, curious, and supportive coach, author and speaker.
Erin lives in Calgary, AB with her husband Matthew, her three kids Olivia, Henry and Thomas and their two pets Luna and Piper. Erin works with corporation, teams and individuals through her business to discover, support, and inspire leadership with impact—from the inside out.