What is the most overlooked aspect of change management that can make or break organizational change? Empathy. I had the chance to interview the remarkable Tanveer Naseer about the Powerful role of empathy in developing high performance leadership teams. This skill has become table stakes for growth in the 21st century.
More about Tanveer Naseer:
Tanveer Naseer is an internationally-acclaimed keynote speaker and award-winning leadership writer. He is also the Founder and CEO of Tanveer Naseer Leadership,
a corporate leadership training and consulting firm that works with executives and managers to help them develop practical leadership and team-building competencies to drive organizational growth and development.
Tanveer's work and writings have been featured in Forbes, Fast Company, Inc Magazine, The Globe and Mail, The Economist, CBC Radio Daybreak, Global News, and the Ritz-Carlton Leadership Center.
He is also the recipient of several awards and recognitions as one of the world's top thinkers in the leadership sphere, including being recognized by Inc. Magazine as one of the Top 100 Leadership and Management Experts.
His speaking and training skills have been procured by some of the biggest names in business including Boston Children's Hospital, Capital One Canada, Henkel, TJX Canada, Canadian Armed Forces, Blinkist, the Canadian government and many more.
He was invited to grace the TED talk stage with his talk titled “Forget Passion – Purpose is the Real Spice of Life”. His engaging and thought-provoking style and content has lead to his recognition by Inc. Magazine as one of today’s “100 Great Leadership Speakers”.
His book, "Leadership Vertigo" has received rave reviews and endorsements by many of today's top leadership thinkers and practitioners.
Tanveer is also the host of the popular and long-running "Leadership Biz Cafe" podcast, which has been ranked among the top 2.5% of podcasts globally where he has interviewed some of the biggest names in leadership expertise.
Tanveer is a graduate of McGill University's Department of Medicine where he earned his Master of Science degree in Pathology. He currently lives in Montreal, Canada with his wife and their three daughters