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Raging Workplaces: Managing Anger At Work

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What we covered

Are you frequently encountering anger or conflict at your workplace? Are you looking for practical strategies to create a positive and productive work environment? If so, you won't want to miss the upcoming session on "Managing Anger at Work."

About the Event

Our featured speaker, Mark, is a mental wellness strategist with a mission to help organizations become mentally fit and foster safe and focused workplaces. Mark will be sharing valuable insights and practical techniques for managing workplace anger and promoting emotional intelligence.

The session aims to equip participants with the tools to navigate and diffuse workplace conflicts, ultimately creating a more harmonious and supportive work environment.

Why Managing Anger at Work is Important

Anger and conflict in the workplace can have serious repercussions on employee well-being and productivity. Unresolved anger can lead to stress, burnout, and disengagement among employees. Moreover, it can negatively impact team dynamics and hinder the overall success of the organization.

By learning to effectively manage and understand workplace anger, individuals can enhance their emotional intelligence and communication skills, leading to better collaboration, improved job satisfaction, and a more positive workplace culture.

What to Expect

During the session, participants can expect to learn:

  • Practical strategies for recognizing and managing anger in the workplace.
  • Techniques for promoting emotional intelligence and resolving conflicts constructively.
  • Tips for fostering a positive and supportive work environment.

How October Can Help

At October, we understand the importance of mental wellness in the workplace. Our digital group sessions, assessments, and content about mental health can complement the strategies and techniques shared in the session. By utilizing October's resources, organizations can further support their employees' mental health and well-being.

We encourage all attendees to take advantage of October's resources to continue their journey towards creating mentally fit and resilient workplaces.

Conclusion

Managing anger at work is a critical skill that contributes to a healthier and more productive work environment. By attending the "Managing Anger at Work" session and leveraging October's resources, participants can gain valuable insights and support on their path to fostering a mentally fit workplace.

We invite you to join us for this important session and take the first step towards creating a positive and harmonious work environment.

We look forward to seeing you there!

Head over to the Live Forest now or browse more Archived Forest content in the library.

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