Personal Growth

ORGANIZATIONAL AND BUSINESS

Increasing Personal Effectiveness at Work

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ORGANIZATIONAL AND BUSINESS

The Role of Emotions in Organizations

In the absence of being able to express their emotions and connect with the organizational identity, employees are expected to adapt to role driven behaviour. This can result in a decrease in an employee’s ability to contribute anything more that what is defined by the role, leaving both leaders and employees frustrated. In addition the burnout suffered by employees who have been forced into excessive adaptation increases.

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ORGANIZATIONAL AND BUSINESS

The Importance of Creating a Sense of Belonging in Organizations

People need to feel a sense of belonging in order to find meaning in their work and to engage the power of their emotions. The more employees discover links between personal ideals, a meaningful organizational mission or intention, and larger social values, the greater their commitment to their goals. They need to be able to connect their own identify to the organizations intrinsic identity in order to feel a part of the collective. This provides them with a mechanism for the expression of caring about the organization they belong to.

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PERSONAL GROWTH

Making Sense of Emotional Intelligence

Many of us have been conditioned to control, ignore or dismiss our emotions rather than use them as a source of valuable information. This leads to what is known as “bucket dumping”. We accumulate our feeling responses inside of us and when full, we dump it on whatever situation or person that happens to add the final drop into the bucket.

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PERSONAL GROWTH

How is Your Emotional Intelligence

We believe that through focusing on their personal development, people can learn to handle emotions intelligently, and in doing so increase their ability to succeed in personal and professional relationships. Emotional self-awareness is the core of emotional intelligence. Knowing one's emotional state allows the possibility of expressing feelings appropriately, or making the choice to withhold the expression of the emotion - in other words, managing one’s emotional responses.

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ORGANIZATIONAL AND BUSINESS

Stress in the Workplace

Contemporary Stress is more pervasive, persistent and insidious, and stems primarily from psychological than from physical threats. Wellness and Stress Reduction Programs combine the best of Western business and management strategies, with Eastern health-promoting behaviours, to maximize the potential of each individual. Participants are offered the tools and simple techniques that empower them to make lasting life changes to their attitudes and behaviours.

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Stop Complaining and Start Living

The habit of complaining is a difficult one to break. We can get anxious when we have to do something about the situation. By complaining, we aren’t looking to make the situation better, nor do we want someone to tell us that we have a part in the problem. We just want to complain.

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ORGANIZATIONAL AND BUSINESS

Striving Styles and Teamwork

By understanding the different needs, approaches, strengths and weaknesses of each of the Striving Styles, the organization can maximize a team’s effectiveness by harnessing the natural energy that is engaged when individuals can meet their own needs through teamwork.

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PERSONAL GROWTH

Feelings Aren't Facts - Emotional Reasoning

Identifying our automatic thinking usually changes the way we feel and puts us in a much more empowered position to make wise and meaningful decisions. Learning to observe your thoughts gives you the opportunity to recognize the emotional responses you are creating with your interpretation of what is going on.

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ORGANIZATIONAL AND BUSINESS

Leaders, are You in the Drivers Seat? - Striving Styles Lecture Series

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