Live Presenter Symposium
Managing with Emotions: Harnessing Benefits and Mitigating Detrimental Effects at Work (session 785)09:00 - 10:30 AM Eastern (New York) Time, Monday, August 2
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Employees experience a wide range of positive and negative emotions at work, and their effects on performance and wellbeing could be beneficial or detrimental. In this symposium, we highlight how adequately understanding, utilizing, and regulating emotions can help us harness the benefits and guard against potential downsides of emotions at work. Across four empirical papers using diverse empirical approaches across various contexts, this symposium examines how individuals can deploy and manage emotions to facilitate performance, wellbeing, and social relationships. Discussant Myeong-gu Seo will offer implications and future directions in the study of workplace emotions and emotional intelligence. In doing so, we seek to generate novel and relevant insights about the cognitive, behavioral, and social implications of everyday attempts at understanding, using, and managing our own emotions and the emotions of others at work.
An Affective Model of Positive Adaptation for Working Mothers during the Covid-19 PandemicShimul Melwani, U. of North Carolina, Chapel HillAlyssa Tedder-King, Kenan-Flagler Business School, U. of North Carolina at Chapel HillNaomi Beth Rothman, Lehigh U.Projecting Passion: Connecting Anxiety to Passion Improves Entrepreneur Pitch PerformanceLily Zhu, U. of California, IrvineMaia Young, U. of California, Irvine#SOGRATEFUL: Gratitude Bragging as an Emotion Regulatory StrategyHooria Jazaieri, Leavey School of Business, Santa Clara U.Olivia Amanda O’Neill, George Mason U.The Effects of Emotional Intelligence on Social NetworksHanbo Shim, Rutgers U.Myeong-gu Seo, U. of MarylandJinyoung Sohn, U. of Maryland
Discussant: Myeong-gu Seo, U. of Maryland
Lily Zhu, U. of California, Irvine
Maia Young, U. of California, Irvine