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Nov 8, 2021

In this episode, we're delving into research focused on emotional wellbeing at work. Conducted by the Emotion at Work team, we discuss the findings and what they mean for how we can support and boost our mental health.

Gemma T and Nahdia are joined by Phil Wilcox of Emotion at Work to discuss:

  • the research aims and methodology 
  • the results and insights
  • what we can do to support our own and others' wellbeing

Show notes

The research report is due to be published at the end of November. It'll be available via the Emotion at Work Community, which you can sign up to here:  

You can find out more about Emotion at Work by visiting the website: 

In WILTW, Phil recommended Elizabeth River's PhD thesis entitled, "Navigating emotionally demanding work: a narrative study of HR practitioners' experiences". You can download a PDF of the full thesis here:

Nahdia referenced McKinsey article "'Great Attrition' or 'Great Attraction'? The choice is yours." You can find it here: 

Gemma mentioned the book Ten Types of Human by Dexter Dias. You can find a copy through all good booksellers.

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