The power of being an empathetic leader
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Minister Bronnie Taylor has been told she is "too nice" for politics but she believes empathetic leaders are powerful leaders. Bronnie is the NSW Minister for Mental Health, Regional Youth and Women and worked as a registered nurse for 20 years before entering politics. Bronnie shares with Helen McCabe the importance of empathy in leadership, respecting opposing views and why country women are good leaders. See for privacy information.
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