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Faking it or feeling it?: Exploring emotion and resilience at work
2 February, 7:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Feeling positive, feeling negative or faking it at work? Join Network Cork and our guests from University College Cork to explore this topic..
University College Cork President, Prof John O’Halloran, will give the opening address at Network Ireland Cork Branch’s February event which is scheduled to be held in Cork University Business School on Lapp’s Quay on February 2nd.
Feeling positive, feeling negative or faking it at work? Professor Carol Linehan explores the emotions we feel at work, the emotions we show and how these impact on us, our work and our organisations. Carol is Head of the School of Applied Psychology at University College Cork. Her key research interests relate to work psychology. She is a Chartered Psychologist with the Psychological Society of Ireland.
How organisations learn and bounce back from unplanned events effects every aspect of the organisation from wellbeing to leadership. Organisational resilience is an emotional response, as well as a process and an outcome. Dr Linda Murphy will discuss how an organisation’s emotional capability can enhance resiliency in organisations. Linda is a Lecturer in Management at Cork University Business School, University College Cork. Her research interests include careers in family firms, socioemotional wealth, sustainability of family firms and organisational resilience.
MC for the event will be Barbara Nugent, Ex Officio of Network Cork and founder of EQ.ie. Barbara is an accredited Emotional Intelligence and Resilience Trainer and Coach. She works with leaders at all levels to improve their knowledge and awareness and helps them to lead with greater impact.
We ask that you please read the following carefully for some very important information: Note: Timing of this event may change if guidelines require.
COVID related restrictions – Note these will be updated as restrictions are updated.
As we’ve communicated along the way, we need to abide by current guidelines, as well as our venue’s protocols.
Admittance & Running Order: The event kicks off at 7.30pm, and since it’s being live-streamed, everyone must be seated no later than 7.20pm. Please allow plenty of time to arrive and find your seat before then. Thank you very much for your consideration in this matter.
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Please note: this will not be a catered event so you may need to bring your own coffee.
We’re looking to seeing you all there!