Use these 8 videos and podcasts to help improve your coping strategies and emotional intelligence in the work place.
Author and Harvard educator Shawn Achor shares this popular 2011 Ted Talk. "The Happy Secret to Better Work." Positive psychology improves your outlook and your output.
Organizational psychologist Adam Grant brings life to the real issues in the workplace- relationship dynamics.
What kind of co-worker are you? 13 minutes 2016
David Logan, Tribal Leadership 2009 Ted Talk.
Stage #1 Life Sucks
Stage #2 My Life Sucks
Stage #3 I'm Great. You're Not.
Stage #4 We're Great. Shared Values Unite Us.
Stage #5 Life Is Great.
Workplace stress is difficult to navigate when you share space with coworkers who are fundamentally different. Introverts and extroverts may work together, but they work differently. Understanding the differences reduces the stress. Susan Cain author of Quiet. Introverts are valuable. 2012 (19 min) .
Adam Grants Podcast "Work Life" covers every possible stressful, chaotic, and dysfunctional workplace scenario with wit, humor and insight. This April 2019 Podcast is actually titled "The Office Without A**holes".
Podcast| Adam Grant | 47 min .
Brene Brown Unlocking Us Podcast "On Burnout and How to Complete the Stress Cycle" This 60 minute podcast teaches us how to work through negative emotions without getting stuck. 2020
In art school, Phil Hansen developed an unruly tremor in his hand that kept him from creating the pointillist drawings he loved. Hansen was devastated, floating without a sense of purpose. Until a neurologist made a simple suggestion: embrace this limitation ... and transcend it.
Phil Hansen | TED Talks| 10 min. |
May 21, 2013
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