Managing Your Emotional Response to Workplace Stress (New LinkedIn Learning Course)

Managing Emotions in the Workplace

We spend approximately 70 percent of our lives at work. It’s no wonder, then, why our careers are a defining aspect of our identities and our initial emotional response at times can be out of proportion. 

But there’s great risk in letting work become all of who you are. 

When you are too emotionally invested in work, you may take failures, challenges, and feedback personally. 

For example, you may:

By noticing where you might be emotionally overinvested in your work, you can prioritize where you need to take back control of your life and your well-being.

And my new Linkedin Learning course, Managing Your Response to Workplace Stress, can help you get there. 

In this course, you’ll discover new mindsets and tools to separate your self-worth from your career, so that you can build greater confidence and work-life balance. 

I share techniques to address those moments when you find yourself reactive about work, so you can:

With the line between work and life blurrier than ever and record levels of burnout, get started on the course now to discover healthy ways to regulate your emotions to better navigate the inevitable stresses and setbacks that arise in your career.

Why you measure your worth with your work from Managing Your Emotional Response to Workplace Stress by Melody Wilding, LMSW

When you sign up for the course now, you get access to the course plus additional worksheets, templates, and more. 

Start the course now for free with LinkedIn Premium or sign up for just $24.99.

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