Shola Kaye: Why we need more empathy in the workplace?

78 is proud to present, Shola Kaye. A true DIVA and she’s written a book about it too. She’s pushing empathy in the workplace and we’re giving her a LIKE for her great lecture during the wonderful and future focused TED-X conferences. She talks about the Fabric of Life and people putting on their “clumsy” Work Persona suit. The rest you should discover. This video is perfect for all the DIVAS and the men that love them, who read our magazine. Thanks for your support and love. Ciao from Milano…


Shola Kaye speaks about the similarities between singing and public speaking. Shola Kaye is a professional singer and an author. She wrote her book, How to be a D.I.V.A. at Public Speaking, to share the similarities between singing and public speaking and to encourage more people to enjoy presenting at conferences and meetings. She has contributed to Marie Claire, Harper’s Bazaar and the BBC. Furthermore, she quit her office job to become a Jazz and Motown singer and has now performed on four continents. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at

Shola Kaye: Why we need more empathy in the workplace? | MILANO411


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