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How to Deal with Emotions in the Workplace (Part 2)

Emotions are a huge component of our lives. We experience emotions everyday. Joy over a birthday or a promotion. And satisfaction over finishing a project. Or sadness over recent events.
Managing emotions in the workplace can be challenging. Because we don’t have the space and liberties we enjoy in our private lives.
The brain-body connection is what makes emotions so relevant to our well-being. After all, they are blind hints at how well we’re doing. And they significantly affect our health.
How to Deal with Emotions in the Workplace

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How to Deal with Emotions in the Workplace (Part 1)

When it comes to business success, emotional intelligence beats IQ. Knowing how to manage our feelings is important. And understanding others is crucial for teamwork. In fact, managing emotions is a key leadership skill. Self-awareness, self-regulation, motivation, empathy and social skills. And it should not surprise us that empathy is the cornerstone of teamwork.
How to Deal with Emotions in the Workplace

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Simple ways to avoid miscommunication with your team

A Simple Guide to Preventing Miscommunication with Your Team

So you’ve just put together your dream team and Shaq and Kobe aren’t playing nice together. There is so much potential, and you just cringe when untapped resources go to waste. No matter how professional each individual is, teams will always have miscommunication problems. Personality clashes, power issues, and lack of clarity over team goals will always make collaboration and communication difficult with some members. Let’s say that your superstar team is above that. Bad things can still happen: important emails ending in the spam folder, people forgetting about meetings or missing deadlines.
Simple ways to avoid miscommunication with your team

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How to Anticipate and Resolve a Work Conflict

Conflicts at work are something we often deal with, as positive and agreeable as we might be, but that’s not necessarily bad. A constructive work conflict is even a desirable condition to every productive team because it leads to more valuable solutions. As a leader, you should encourage them. However, sometimes these disagreements go beyond the constructive line and become a damaging factor in your team.

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