Workmode: Masha Krol reveals the neurological evidence of empathy


Welcome to Workmode, the podcast from our friends at Dynamo. 


Masha Krol led design crews at IBM and Kinaxis, and co-founded Postcard, a way to help people travel more and better, before taking on the role of Experience Designer at AI-powerhouse Element AI. In her role there, she is leading the industry towards AI-focused design.

In this episode of Workmode, Masha talks about the importance of distinguishing between working a lot and working productively. She discusses the potential of good design to establish trust between user and technology. Masha reveals the neurological evidence of empathy, and her objective to scale that empathy into technology-enabled kindness.

 

Have you heard the other episodes of Workmode?

Sylvain Carle on why you should care about the startup ecosystem – September 28

Mikael Cho of Unsplash reveals the secret to his success – August 23

Google Venture’s Daniel Burka thinks every designer should know how to address core business problems – Ausust 10

Caterina Rizzi on why Montreal was the ideal testing ground for Breather – October 26

What Chris Arsenault’s journey with meditation taught him about life, work, and everything in between — December 19

Isaac Souweine on the importance of company culture and why startups hate meetings — January 25

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