In recent years the study of behavioural economics has become a popular lens to view human behaviour, with best-selling books on the topic now a mainstay of most retailers. Behavioural science has journeyed from the academic world into the wider arena. As a consultant and coach, I’ve become intrigued by how behavioural economics might be applied to the arena of learning and development.Read More
In this special episode of Phil Willcox's Emotion at Work podcast, we celebrate his 1st anniversary by turning the spotlight on Phil for the first time, reviewing the past 12 months and 23 episodes of his show.
The topics we covered included:
Whether we would rather be able to hit 'copy and paste' or 'undo' in real life
Knowing the distinction between contentment and happines
How and why Phil came to specialise in emotion, credibility and deception
Looking at what happens "within" vs what happens "between", and the interplay between the two
Personal stories in which both of us have lost face and credibility at work
Tactics for repairing face when it has been lost
The merits of using methaphors of masks/houses when discussing the many faces that we wear
The challenges involved in finding men to talk about stories of emotion at work
Potential themes and guests for future episodes of the Emotion at Work podcast
I lost some of my stuff last week.
It caused me to wonder what happens to us when we lose something. It is sometimes helpful to allow ourselves to let it go?