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The Role of Emotions at Work
The Role of Emotions at Work
The Role of Emotions at Work
The Role of Emotions at Work
The Role of Emotions at Work
The Role of Emotions at Work
The Role of Emotions at Work
The Role of Emotions at Work
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The Role of Emotions at Work

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The women of Connect: Professional Women's Network share tips on how to express yourself at work without losing your professional ground. To learn more about Connect or to join the group, visit …

The women of Connect: Professional Women's Network share tips on how to express yourself at work without losing your professional ground. To learn more about Connect or to join the group, visit www.linkedin.com/womenconnect.

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  • By coincidence, we published at the same time two presentations on emotions. In my presentation 'Leveraged Emotional Marketing' I show that, regardless what you are marketing such as yourself , product, or service, emotions have a significant part to play.
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  • Nice presentation but, you know, let's address where the bulk of emotions are in the workplace - the expression of anger primarily by men who are not routinely lectured about BEING emotional in the workplace because, frankly, it doesn't appear that most men think anger is an 'emotional' because they claim not to be 'emotional' nor to take work 'personally' and yet . . . as history teaches and the present confirms . . . KABOOM!!! Shock and Awe!!!!
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  • 1. What Role Do Emotions Have At Work?The women of Connect: Professional Women’s Network share thoughtson how to express yourself without losing your professional ground.
  • 2. We all have emotions. Denying them doesnt make us better leaders. The challenge is to recognize where the impetus for action is coming from, separate unhelpful emotions from the decision- Melanie Shimoff making process, and understand how what we do impacts others. KwestelDirector of Communications ©2013 LinkedIn Corporation. All Rights Reserved. CONNECT: PROFESSIONAL WOMEN’S NETWORK 2
  • 3. There are so many different layers of emotions, some for the work place and some...not so much. You need a balance, but you also need to stay true. What makes a great leader is not the position Tammy Dunn she holds, but the passion that holds her. Field Sales Support Consultant©2013 LinkedIn Corporation. All Rights Reserved. CONNECT: PROFESSIONAL WOMEN’S NETWORK 3
  • 4. Why is emotional considered a "bad word" for women? We are capable of being strong and emotional. Emotion shows passion, which is a positive attribute in being successful in all that we as Deborah Geddis women do. Practice Manager at Banfield Pet Hospital©2013 LinkedIn Corporation. All Rights Reserved. CONNECT: PROFESSIONAL WOMEN’S NETWORK 4
  • 5. For me, emotions reveal whether thoughts are positive or negative. If I feel angry or fearful, Im probably harboring a negative thought about myself or another person. If my emotion is joyful and open, Gloria Chan and puts me in a place of seeing new opportunities, then I know myLife and Leadership Coach thoughts are positive. ©2013 LinkedIn Corporation. All Rights Reserved. CONNECT: PROFESSIONAL WOMEN’S NETWORK 5
  • 6. Maintaining a professional demeanor is especially important for women in management or leadership positions. Even expressing frustration can be construed as losing control. If you need to vent, Gail Allison do it in private, or take a long walk with a close colleague. Volunteer Facilitator©2013 LinkedIn Corporation. All Rights Reserved. CONNECT: PROFESSIONAL WOMEN’S NETWORK 6
  • 7. Emotions/feelings are necessary and part of our intuitive nature. It is essential to use them as a business tool like any other component of a well-thought-out plan. You simply must cushion Carletta Waddler emotions against irrational or prejudicial behavior. Professional Training and Coaching©2013 LinkedIn Corporation. All Rights Reserved. CONNECT: PROFESSIONAL WOMEN’S NETWORK 7
  • 8. Emotion is an important part of being a leader. People are not robots and dont want to work for one. At the same time, having the ability to be objective and make decisions based on facts is a Pauline Mulvey critical skill. Being able to effectively manage emotion is key. VP Enterprise Business Technology©2013 LinkedIn Corporation. All Rights Reserved. CONNECT: PROFESSIONAL WOMEN’S NETWORK 8
  • 9. Join the conversation!Connect: Professional Women’s Network, Powered by Citi, is anonline community on LinkedIn that helps women achieve thecareers they want and discuss the issues relevant to their success.For more great insights from Connect members, check out thediscussions: What do you think about emotion and its effect onleadership and decision-making? and Does gender matter: Whyemotions impact gender leaders.Visit linkedin.com/womenconnect formore information and to join the group!FLICKR PHOTO CREDITS:Slide 2: JL WatkinsSlide 3: PhotobunnySlide 4: Patrick WilkenSlide 5: Tim GreenSlide 6: Fortune Live MediaSlide 7: Patrick WilkenSlide 8: JL Watkins©2013 LinkedIn Corporation. All Rights Reserved. CONNECT: PROFESSIONAL WOMEN’S NETWORK 9
  • 10. ©2012 LinkedIn Corporation. All Rights Reserved. CONNECT: PROFESSIONAL WOMEN’S NETWORK 10

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