By now, you’ll be able to clearly define empathy and have a clear understanding of what empathy is all about. You’ll be able to recognize the intelligence in empathy, and understand the difference between empathy and sympathy. You’ll be able to describe the way the brain works and how it works with thinking and empathy. You’ll be able to describe ways to demonstrate empathy, you’ll be able to identify empathy through nonverbal signals some body language, you’ll be able to explain the importance of listening in empathy and how to develop your listening skills. And you’ll be able to develop ways that you can increase your empathy. The practical activity will help you to further identify empathy through nonverbal signals some body language, it gets you to review and reflect on a number of different emotions and look at ways in which they’re expressed by considering the posture, the gestures, the tone of voice, and the way in which the emotion is expressed on the face. This will give you a chance to build up your understanding of how other people are expressing their emotions, what you will experience and what you will see. And this will help you in terms of developing your own levels of empathy. I hope you enjoyed the practical activity. I hope you’ve enjoyed these video lessons. And you now feel a lot more confident in working within using empathy.