3 ways to be a more empathic leader

The role of the CEO fundamentally changed overnight—these are the ways that two entrepreneurs have found to connect with their teams in more meaningful ways.

As entrepreneurs and investors, we spend a lot of time thinking about what it takes to build strong companies.

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