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Emotions and Moods Essay for Organisational Behaviour

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Emotions and moods are an integral and inseparable part of everyday organisational life (Mann, 1997). A positive and healthy organisation significantly benefits both the employee’s well-being and positive outcomes (Ashkanasy & Humphrey, 2011). Many authors (Ashkanasy & Humphrey, 2011; Mayer & Salovey, 1993; Sechelariu, 2012) emphasise the importance for organisations to develop a culture that is positive and healthy. In comparison to any other single activity, employees spend a lot of time in their lives engaged in work (Muchinsky, 2000) and this time spent at work is made up of employees who have many emotions (Sechelariu, 2012). Muchinsky (2000) agrees and explains how emotions are the essence of the human experience that consumes most of our life’s energies. Therefore, the study of emotions and moods has been recognised as a new measurement techniques, to conceptualize behaviour and feelings, ensuring job satisfaction (Muchinsky, 2000; Sechelariu, 2012)....

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Emotion Life skills Organizational behavior Feeling Social psychology Emotions in the workplace Emotional intelligence Affective events theory Job satisfaction Mood Affect
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Emotion Life skills Organizational behavior Feeling Social psychology Emotions in the workplace Emotional intelligence Affective events theory Job satisfaction Mood Affect
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A positive and healthy organisation significantly benefits both the employee’s well-being and positive outcomes (Ashkanasy & Humphrey, 2011). Many authors (Ashkanasy & Humphrey, 2011; Mayer & Salovey, 1993; Sechelariu, 2012) emphasise the importance for organisations to develop a culture that is positive and healthy. In comparison to any other single activity, employees spend a lot of time in their lives engaged in work (Muchinsky, 2000) and this time spent at work is made up of employees who have many emotions (Sechelariu, 2012). Muchinsky (2000) agrees and explains how emotions are the essence of the human experience that consumes most of our life’s energies. Therefore, the study of emotions and moods has been recognised as a new measurement techniques, to conceptualize behaviour and feelings, ensuri...
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