hbrascend.in
hbrascend.in

Weekly Roundup - What to Say When Someone Cries at Work

Email sent: Aug 4, 2020 4:33am
 
Ignite Your Career Growth

HBR Ascend Weekly


FROM THE EDITOR

Have you ever responded to a colleague in a way that left them feeling unheard or unappreciated, even though that was not your intention? To be an effective and empathetic coworker, we need to balance our analytical and emotional intelligence. Thankfully, recent research gives an insight into how these two networks work in our brains and how to become more adept at balancing both. Read on to find out.
There is another thing that feels “uncomfortable” at work. Crying. Have you ever cried at work? Perhaps the only thing more difficult to handle than to cry at work is to help someone else who is crying at work. Helping someone who is crying at work takes emotional intelligence, especially in the form of self-awareness and self-management. Read how you how can help or console a colleague who is crying at work.

What else would you like to hear from us about? Write in, we’re listening.

Stay safe!

Vasundhara Sawhney,
Sr Editor, HBR Ascend

Featured Articles

How to be an inclusve leader
What to Say When Someone Cries at Work
Show curiosity and compassion.
by Deborah Grayson Riegel

How to Curate Your Digital Persona
Your public data tells a story. Is it telling the right one?
by Ben Dattner and Tomas Chamorro-Premuzic

How to Achieve the Right Balance of Analytical and Emotional Intelligence
You don't need to pick sides.
by HBR Ascend Staff

How to Do Performance Reviews - Remotely
Approach them with flexibility, leniency, empathy, and compassion.
by Rebecca Knight

Is There a Lack of Psychological Safety on Your Team?
Have zero tolerance for bullying.
by HBR Ascend Staff

We respect your privacy, you can unsubscribe at any time. But we'd hate to see you go.
Copyright ©2020 Harvard Business School Publishing. All Rights reserved.
HBR Ascend, from Harvard Business Review Group, is an online learning platform for graduating students and early career professionals. It offers clear, practical advice on the areas most critical for success, topics such as jobs and careers, personal growth, working smarter, managing and leading, and being happy at work, among others.
 

Other emails from hbrascend.in

hbrascend.in
Sep 15, 2020
Invite to opt in to a New Weekly Newsletter
hbrascend.in
Sep 15, 2020
From Restaurateur to Activist: An Interview with Alice Waters
hbrascend.in
Sep 14, 2020
5 Questions to Answer Before Setting Personal Goals
hbrascend.in
Sep 13, 2020
Managing Work Stress When You Have Too Much Going On
hbrascend.in
Sep 12, 2020
Stop Comparing Yourself with Steve Jobs
hbrascend.in
Sep 11, 2020
How to Network Your Way to Success