Talking about Feelings at Work

8 minute podcast

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Emotional intelligence and honest communication

Being human means we have emotions. Talking about how we feel at work is important if we want to improve workplace culture and develop teams who are emotionally resilient. Learning to understand our ‘triggers’ and how to respond to them, enables us to be more self-aware and emotionally intelligent. In this 7-minute podcast, Sukh Pabial explains how to understand our emotional responses to events and people, and why we need to talk about our feelings at work.

Summary of learning messages

  • It's important to talk about emotions at work
    Expressing how we feel helps to develop emotionally resilient teams

  • Emotional reactions are triggered by an experience
    Understanding our triggers means we become more self-aware

  • People need to know it’s OK to speak openly about how they feel
    We need to normalise expression of emotion in safe ways.

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