Understanding Workplace Emotional Culture

Mary Ann Rogers.

Mary Ann Rogers, Clinical Assistant Professor of Organization and Human Resources, and Accounting and Law

Create a stronger emotional culture for more success.

Emotions and moods are an inseparable part of everyday life, and oftentimes play a much bigger role in employees’ work activity than managers realize. Rather than trying to force an emotion-free work environment, successful managers understand that embracing an emotional culture can positively influence performance measures. This webinar will address some ways that emotions and moods manifest in the workplace, along with ideas for creating a stronger emotional culture.

Mary Ann Rogers is clinical assistant professor of organization and human resources, and accounting and law. Her teaching focuses primarily on communication courses at the undergraduate and graduate levels. She is also a visiting professor at the Singapore Institute of Management.