Effect of emotions at the office

04/19/2007 | Knowledge@Wharton

According to research, the emotions conveyed by managers and executives can have a big impact on a company's morale and performance. Experts suggest working on cultivating a positive, but an authentic outward show of emotion and going beyond e-mail communication when conveying sensitive messages.

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