ISBN: 9781948244558

Navigating Emotional Realities with Adults


Navigating Emotional Realities with Adults helps leaders and employees alike better understand and address their own and others’ emotional health in the workplace.

ISBN: 9781948244558
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 – The Importance of Building Stronger Inner Lives in the Workplace

Modern adult life is complex, especially for those whose working lives dominate their mental and emotional space. Many of us spend more time at work than at any other activity; it’s there we are often forced to deal with our own and others’ emotional issues. These issues often lead to major problems in organisations, erode individual well-being, create toxic and even dangerous environments and impact rates of retention and productivity.

Navigating Emotional Realities with Adults helps leaders and employees alike better understand and address their own and others’ emotional health in the workplace. It draws conclusions and solutions from child and adult developmental psychology, brain science and more to identify the foundations of our emotional makeup and guide us to healthier, happier times at work.

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