Investing on Emotional Intelligence

It seems to be an unwritten rule that Emotion and Workplace don’t go together. We often tend to perceive emotions at work as a sign of unprofessionalism and weakness, yet, emotions are a powerful source of information able to deliver valuable outcomes when developed, recognized and handled properly. Thus, Emotional Intelligence (EQ) can be beneficial towards understanding and building relations,...

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When preparing for an interview…

Being invited for an interview can be, at the same time, both a stressful and a full of enthusiasm procedure. The potential of taking up a new role, be productive, gaining new experience and information, can trigger positive feelings, but the procedure required in order to get there, can sometimes be overwhelming due to the fear of the unknown. When being indeed interested for a specific position,...

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(Occupational) Stress, enemy or friend?

We have all, at least once in our life, experienced an emotional hijack that led us to irrational behaviors that cause regret. Anxiety is unfortunately a big part of our daily life and it is usually formed via negative and uncomfortable feelings. But, do really “negative” emotions exist? Could we not consider any form of feeling as a helpful message from our body trying to tell us to back down...

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