Researchers acknowledge the consequences of negative emotions and the benefits of positive emotions on our physical and mental wellbeing. Studies in positive psychology prove that people who react in a positive manner in the workplace have stronger relationships, greater psychological safety, and enhanced learning, creativity and motivation.
Ultimately, employee and organizational performance improves when positive emotions (i.e., optimism, gratitude) are more prevalent.
Working with people is hard enough, being a boos is not enough. Being a leader is what we should strive for.
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