323: The Surprising Power of Seeing People as People with Kimberly White

Kimberly White breaks down why seeing people as people dramatically increases productivity at work and in life.   You'll Learn:   What you miss when you see people as objects How seeing people as people turbocharges problem-solving Three ways to change the way you perceive people     About Kimberly Kimberly White is the perpetually amused mother of some very theatrical children, and the lucky wife of the funniest person she’s ever known. Her nine months of research for The Shift included dozens of hours working alongside nursing home employees in offices, showers, vans, patient rooms, kitchens, and one very creepy basement. Kimberly earned a degree in philosophy, studying under C. Terry Warner and serving as his longtime research assistant. She was editor of her department’s undergraduate philosophy journal and copy editor for Epoche: A Journal for the History of Philosophy. She has also worked for the Arbinger Institute as a group instructor and as a first-draft editor of Leadership and Self-Deception. Kimberly’s family recently moved from Harlem to the village of Pawnee, Illinois, where they have gloried in mid-western sunsets and accumulated pets at an alarming rate.   View transcript, show notes, and links at http://AwesomeAtYourJob.com/ep323

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