Physical injuries often bring a quick halt to our everyday rushing around. A body that is in serious danger demands urgent attention.
Yet emotional wounds are often ignored because we do not know how to recognise them or how to treat them in ourselves and others.
In this video we look at naming, managing and monitoring emotions to regain control of the forces within you that may lead to physical injury. Preventing and treating emotional injury is key to your mental health.
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It’s snow time! We spent some time in the Matroosberg mountains, and the beautiful surroundings made us think of the importance of the first building block of Emotional Intelligence (Self-awareness), so we made a video about it.
In this video we explore four ways to be more aware of and control your emotions. In our first video (https://youtu.be/O5UcD2DzMJg) we looked at the importance of Emotional Intelligence in the South African context in the technogenic age.
Stay tuned for the next video where we discuss Emotional Regulation: taking that which you become aware of, harnassing emotions and putting them to work at work.
The latest research on emotional intelligence in the South African context reports on the relevance of emotions on both the personal and professional level. Subscribe to Emotions at Work to see how you can work with that which already works in you!