Workplace emotions: Provide outlets for your colleagues and yourself

So many of today’s employees are asked to do so much more in less time and with fewer resources. Add family and societal pressures, and safety valves are vital. Heed this advice.

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Emotions are part of the human condition—which means they play a role in the workplace.

We deal with them in every interaction, every single day. From work to home to social events, life and family, our emotions range depending on many factors. In the workplace, when expectations are high and resources are low, emotional outbursts can seem like the norm rather than the exception.

If you are in a leadership position, you have the added pressure to set the tone for others to follow. This is not always easy when managing a team.

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