Managing Emotions

Carlos Mora Vanegas all have deep-rooted emotions that are manifested according to the action of stimuli, whether internal or external that make that they emanate, causing many times positive or negative results according to your incentive. Hence, the importance of assessing stimuli and as we are prepared to manage, properly handle the emotions that we promote in our personal growth, which give step to positive feelings, which guarantee a good conduct and behavior. A brief on this topic, tells Rosario Rivera Carmona, for example, considered that the turbulence of the current scene originates a series of emotions in individuals who are reflected in organizations and in society in general. While emotions are the engine of the action and this can be positive or negative, and of different intensity, those emotions and behaviors that can happen them printed on the Organization diverse characteristics, which may be favourable: accompanying or promoting the growth, or adverse: slowing or impeding growth. Adds us, that the intensity of an emotion is not one minor issue.

For example, State of joy can be positive while a motivational engine in the realization of projects, however, if this exceeds normal into euphoria levels, can lead to a loss of objectivity and falling into recklessness. Other emotions most common and representative of this era, by the high level of uncertainty in which we live, is fear, which handled positively, generates intelligent answers, but if it occurs in excess produces a palsy partial or total of the individual actions. You can also take the case of anger, a feeling experienced by the individual as a result of frustrations and that can handle from a positive point of view to achieve the objectives of and even organizational development; However, when the ira ceases to be transient, or is repressed and turns into resentment, it generates interpersonal conflicts that adversely affect the development of the organization.