Organizations that UNDERSTAND and UTILIZE emotions at the workplace are able to serve their employees well and offer them the safe and fulfilling environment they need in order to thrive. Employees in return are motivated, committed, and efficient in teamwork and decision-making.
On the other hand, organizations that DO NOT take emotions into account do not understand their employees and aren’t able to serve their needs. This leads to lack of motivation, low commitment, high cynicism, and high turnover rates.
Emergy Emotional Climate Audit® is a comprehensive, research-based, and practical tool for measuring emotional climate. It reveals factors that influence the success of an organization that may otherwise be difficult to uncover and helps leaders make informed decisions:
How does your company recognize, deal with and make use of your own and others’ emotions? Are your employees skilled in dealing with their own and others’ emotions? Does your organizational culture allow enough space for feelings?
The Emotional Agency Index describes your organization’s emotional intelligence at the individual and workplace levels. At the individual level, emotional competence refers to the emotional skills of individuals. At the workplace level, emotional well-being refers to the psychological safety experienced in the workplace, the emotional skills at the community level, and the positive emotional practices of the organization.
Thousands of different emotions are encountered during the working day and have a significant impact on, for example, cooperation, job performance, and decision-making. What kinds of positive and negative emotions are present in your organization?
Organizational commitment and work engagement refer to an employee’s positive attitude towards his/her organization and work. An engaged employee is committed to the values, goals, and future of the organization and tries his or her best for the organization.
Emergy Emotional Climate Audit® is a comprehensive, research-based and practical tool for measuring emotional climate. It reveals factors that influence the success of an organization that may otherwise be difficult to uncover and helps leaders make informed decisions.
Emergy’s joint research with universities in the TUNTO-project has shown that emotional engagement is positively related to organizational productivity through the elements that influence it: emotional climate, commitment to work and the organization, and success in change initiatives.
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Do you want to strengthen the emotional climate to improve well-being and productivity?
Do you want to find out what kind of emotional climate prevails in your team or organization to know where to start training emotional skills?
Emergy Emotional Climate Audit® will help you do all that. We analyze the results for you and customize the training according to your needs.