Relate by Zendesk
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So much of who you are comes from your relationships—with friends, co-workers, and your community. Relate by Zendesk is about how we connect, how we work together, and how we understand one another. In each episode you’ll hear stories about relationships forged through high adventure and everyday kindness. There are unlikely friendships and surprising connections. And like all good stories, there are lessons in how to manage challenging situations and better understand your own relationships. Hosted by Tamara Stanners, produced by Zendesk. https://zdsk.co/podcast
||Clean2: Empathy||They say that to understand someone else’s point of view, you should walk a mile in their shoes (because, then, you’re a mile away, and you’ve got their shoes!). On this episode of Relate, we do more than walk a mile, we dive deep into the practice||3/15/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||Clean1: The Kindness of Strangers||We've all been there. Maybe you were stuck somewhere without a ride. Maybe your computer was on the fritz. Maybe you lost your wallet on vacation. That's when some stranger came along and saved the day. We've got several stories for you about the kindne||2/28/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanIntroducing Relate - a new original series from Zendesk||So much of who you are comes from your relationships—with friends, co-workers, and your community. Relate by Zendesk is about how we connect, how we work together, and how we understand one another. In each episode you’ll hear stories about relationsh||2/16/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
Relate is a wonderful podcast about relationships, whether it be friends, coworkers, or community. If you want to explore human connections and hear good stories, subscribe to Relate!
Great first episode
Loved the first episode about the kindness of strangers. The second piece was a great story by Davy Rothbart, of the FOUND magazine and podcast.
All the stories were very interesting, touching, and relatable.
I recommend this podcast for anyone who enjoys This American Life or Slack's Work in Progress podcast.
Love this podcast!
Very useful :)