The days of cheering on the emotionless entrepreneur, ruthlessly cutting out all feelings so that they can be more effective at meeting their bottom line, are long gone. But is it possible that we still don’t have a complete grasp on the role that emotions should play in the workplace? Maybe the way we think about our emotions could still use some tweaking as we seek to become better leaders and better people. In this Edge, we’re highlighting three books, Emotional Intelligence by James W. Williams, Emotional Intelligence in Business by R. Stevens, and The Power of Emotions at Work by Karla McLaren, that center on emotional intelligence – particularly as it relates to careers and the workplace. Let’s all raise our EQ together.
Organizational culture is a hot topic, but sometimes we need to start on a smaller scale. After all, though we’re all part of organizations both big and small, the team is the unit we interact with the most on a daily basis. So how can we make sure our teams are connecting, engaging with each […]
Burnout. The word alone likely evokes negative feelings in anyone who reads it, because the fact is we’ve probably all experienced it. We sit down at our desk or enter our workplace and simply feel lifeless, like we’ve been running a marathon and simply can’t go another step. Or maybe we’re going through the motions, […]
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