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Blog - Emotions; the antithesis of soft & fluffy

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I was talking to someone recently and they asked me that often dreaded question of “so what do you do then?”

Episode 3 - Emotion at Work in Learning - *SPECIAL EDITION* from the CIPD L&D Show

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In this special edition of the Podcast, you will get to hear Phil interview some special guests from the CIPD’s L&D show as well as hear the Ignite talk he did at the event. As this was recorded live at the event, the audio volume is changable through the podcast and thanks for bearing with it. Our guests on this episode:

Peter Cheese – Chief Exec of the CIPD

Jo Cook – Deputy Editor of Training Jounal & founder of Lightbulb Moment

Barbara Thompson – Learning and Performance Consultant

Emotion At Work – our FIRST EVER podcast

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This podcast is about sharing ideas, insights, research and experiences around emotion in the workplace.  Here we explore the breadth and depth of emotions so listeners can use what we discuss to help enrich lives or help protect from or reduce harm.  We focus on the roles #emotion #credibility and #deception play in the workplace.

Episode 2 – Emotional Inauthenticity, burnout and coping mechanisms

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In this episode we talk with SJ Lennie who is a DI at Greater Manchester Police who is taking a sabbitcal to complete her PHd at Manchester Metropolitan University.  Her area of research, emotional inauthenticity and the psychological impact of emotional labour of police officers.

Blog - The tangible power of appreciation

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I sit here debating the following conundrum:

If it feels great to appreciate other people (and things) and it feels great to be appreciated why on earth do we do it so little?

Blog - HR; the fear filled profession?

At the end of January I was lucky enough to be able to attend the L&D Connect unconference in London. One of the questions we debated was; ‘what is and should be bothering L&D?’. Within this post, I am also suggesting that this should be bothering our wider profession, HR.

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