We are wired to avoid our emotions, not mindfully embrace them.
One of the reasons people don’t associate emotional intelligence with work is because we are wrongly taught to leave emotions out of the workplace.
We develop coping mechanisms to self-soothe or avoid uncomfortable feelings. But when these coping mechanisms stop working to manage stress, they tend to make matters worse
Anger. Excitement. Frustration. Pride. Hurt. Emotions are everywhere in an office, so why do we pretend they don't exist?
Bridge the divide with thoughtful conversation techniques, next-level listening, and a dip into the science of changing minds.