The Fear of Feelings at Work

By The Atlantic

It’s clear which emotions are acceptable at work: Happiness and enthusiasm are welcomed, but sadness and fear are usually awkward and taboo. However, the idea that employees should only display “positive” emotions at work often results in organizational failures.


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