Learn the case for emotions at work, uncover the barriers and challenges of showing them in the workplace, and gain tools for emotional regulation and mindful expression. The workshop aims to equip participants with greater language and cognition to talk about their feelings, and more options for values-aligned actions at work, even (or especially) in situations with heightened emotions.
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About this event
Coming from our previous workshop on Resilience in the Workplace, it was clear that being able to mindfully express one's emotions can help improve our resilience and wellbeing at work. And so, Culture First Manila, Singapore and Baguio are collaborating to bring you this virtual workshop on Emotions at Work.
About this workshop
In this session, we aim to bring a community of People Geeks together to:
Understand why being open about emotions at work matters
Uncover the barriers and challenges of showing them at work
Gain tools for emotional regulation and mindful expression
Participants can expect an interactive workshop that gives them the space to process some of the emotions that may not otherwise be able to express at work, contextualizing this conversation in Asian workplace culture, which may be more collectivist and hierarchical, and less open and transparent.
By the end of the workshop, we hope participants walk away with greater language and cognition to talk about their feelings, and more options for values-aligned actions at work, even (or especially) in situations with heightened emotions.
Jen Horn is a learning facilitator, coach, researcher and writer. She writes on Pagbubuo, an online publication blending research with personal reflection and prompts on wellbeing, culture, leadership and wholeness. She believes that seeking wellbeing and wholeness involves acknowledging our emotions -- including all the beautiful and messy ones. As an ICF Associate Certified Coach (ACC) and Culture Practice lead at Haraya Coaching, Jen supports leaders, teams and organizations in intentionally cultivating their desired culture. She is also a co-producer and writer for The Imaginable Workplace, a podcast that helps reimagine what more humane, compassionate and engaged workplaces could look like, in partnership with award-winning podcast production company PumaPodcast. Learn more about her work via bit.ly/m/jenhorn.
Isa Garcia is an author, career consultant, and teacher. She started a writing space called Down to Feel so that people around the metro could meet and write about their big feelings together. She only ever hopes to do more good.
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