Recent surveys show that 27% of active Poles have problems correctly identifying their emotions , and 36% of us do not use the potential of emotional energy to help us solve problems or improve our lives.


Company and employee of the 21st century

In today’s market realities, every experienced employee is at a premium for an employer, especially one who has experience in his or her field, is easy to work with, is reliable in doing his or her job, can solve problems, and bases his or her relationships with others on clear, lucid and empathetic communication. Job seekers also pay attention to how they feel in the workplace. In today’s world, the mood of a company is a big determinant of how long one will stay in the workplace. A pleasant mood is built, among other things, by employees’ attentiveness to the needs of the company’s management and management’s attentiveness to the needs of its employees. Knowing how to read these needs correctly can help a company meet its goals, especially long-term goals, and prevent employee turnover. Hence, it is worthwhile to look at the mood of subordinates at an early stage and help them develop a creative and well-connected team. The need is emotion – to read the needs of those in management and employees, is to be able to correctly read the emotions associated with the company’s vision and goals.

Probably many working people have once heard such words “I have to fire Paul because his attitude towards work and customers is wrong”. The business world places great importance on the ‘right attitude’. This right attitude is the energy of specific emotions that trigger specific behaviors in each of us, as well as attitudes toward life and work. Developing emotional intelligence used to be an ‘add-on’ for the personal development of employees, but today it is an essential goal for every entrepreneur. In their world of emotions, each employee is its ruler, but each ruler has a wise counselor.

Building a friendly and effective work environment “Portrait of the company’s emotional awareness”.

We spend a large part of our lives at work, so each of us wants our work to trigger pleasure and satisfaction regardless of our position in it. Each person involved in a job at a particular company wants to achieve the company’s goals but also their own goals and needs. The emotions that arise in each person in the company affect the climate in the company, and thus translate into the company’s results and profits. Building a friendly and effective working environment is based on the “portrait of emotional awareness of the company”, it is on this basis that the climate and energy prevailing in the company is built.

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Do you want to find out what is your and your employees’ emotional awareness? We invite you to take the Level of adult emotions (LOAE) – a test to check your knowledge of adult emotions.


Strength of the management staff

Emotions are the energy through which we realize our goals. Each emotion is a specific energy with its corresponding intensity and direction. The tasks facing executives are “charged” with a large dose of pleasant and unpleasant emotions. Some of them are even necessary to be felt frequently, while others should be properly redirected to other tasks and adjusted so as not to destroy the work put into achieving the main goal. It is the management that gives direction to the company, it is the management that aims to “read” the needs of customers and employees, so that each party feels satisfaction and contentment from the fact of established cooperation. The philosophy of the 3 essential pillars of building a company: love, reason, emotion. The company’s managers are the people who are to set an example with a wise approach in managing emotions, a friendly attitude towards employees, reducing the number of commanding and admonishing messages, in favor of using positive reinforcement. This pattern of behavior will fit in with the company’s style of treating the customer. People achieve great successes, thanks to moments of calm and peace, when you relax your conscious mind, subjective wisdom comes to the fore. This wisdom is the quality of an emotionally intelligent manager. 

Imagine that during the day you began to feel anxious, worried. You start to behave nervously, maybe even berate someone because they just appeared in your path. What should you do? 

  1. Recognize what you are feeling. 
  2. Reduce the strength of those emotions.
  3. Give it a definition, that is, a reason for the appearance of these feelings. 
  4. Write down on a piece of paper the problem that triggered these feelings.
  5. At a convenient time when you are calm, tranquil and focused, think about how you would like the problem to be solved. 

“A person becomes what he imagines and feels”. 

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Do you want to support yourself and your employees in experiencing better well-being and dealing with emotions better? Read about “Personal EPower” training

The Institute for the Development of Emotions conducts research on the emotional life of Poles. You can read about the research on the satisfaction level of managers here:


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