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Your Emotional Culture: What It Is and How to Improve It

9.5.19 by Jocelyn Stange

Emotions can run high when dealing with the day-to-day of work and life. Work can resemble a high-flying roller coaster at times. And employees may experience a wide variety of emotions ranging from disappointment and sadness to excitement and joy.


As Dale Carnegie, author of How to Win...

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Emotions in the Workplace: Negative Moral Emotions and How to Manage Them

8.29.19 by Dan Harris, Ph.D.
Culture, Research & Trends,

Basic emotions such as happiness and sadness are pretty straightforward and easy to understand. But many of the emotions we experience in the workplace are much more complex — especially moral emotions.


Morals are the principles that differentiate between good and bad behavior, and they vary...

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7 Simple Ways to Reduce Stress in the Workplace

8.27.19 by Kristin Ryba
Work-Life Balance,

Stress is one of the most daunting obstacles to employee engagement in the modern workplace. Studies estimate that stress costs U.S. businesses an estimated $300 billion annually, and the workplace has been identified as the number one source of stress for American workers.

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8 Must-Haves for Your Next-Generation Performance Management System

8.22.19 by Kristin Ryba

If you’ve been following HR trends lately, you’ve probably heard some version of this statement: “performance management is dead.”


You might agree—especially if your performance management system isn’t having a positive impact. And the truth is, you’d be in good company: more than half of...

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How Employee Wellness Impacts Employee Engagement

8.15.19 by Dan Harris, Ph.D.
Culture, Research & Trends, Work-Life Balance,

Employee wellness goes hand in hand with employee engagement. When employees aren’t feeling well, it’s hard for them to stay engaged at work. If an employee is struggling with health or financial issues, they’re more likely to be distracted and unable to give their full attention at work.

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