The importance of recognizing (and transforming) one’s emotions as a leader – Commented Video

UNDERSTAND THE CONTAMINATING EFFECT OF THEIR EMOTIONS


6 minutes

SAME THEME

An emotion comes through us and we express it, without always being aware of it. And, in the second, this emotion is transmitted to the person with whom we interact without them being necessarily aware it…And the emotions are transmitted in this way until someone realizes that they can transform it and thus end a non virtuous cycle of negative contamination.
Very enlightening if we apply this to the work environment…

WHY THIS VIDEO? 

This short film manages to make concrete through images this impact of our emotions on those around us. It invites us to transform those that weigh us down so that they do not weigh down our environment in turn. Playful and Powerful. 

2 MINUTES TO BETTER UNDERSTAND OUR EMOTIONS AND THEIR IMPACT


Take 2 minutes to better understand how emotions are transmitted, in spite of ourselves, if we are not aware of their impact on us.

This video shows in a playful way the importance of knowing how to spot your emotions in order not to transmit them
For more information, find this video on the Nikon Film Festival website or on daily motion: https://dai.ly/x70b3bt

KEY MESSAGES


 One key message: watch the video to better understand 😉

Did this video resonate with you?


Take a few minutes to go deeper. Mentally review a few moments of your day and try to identify the emotions you went through at those different times.

> If those moments brought you joy, satisfaction, or the desire to stay in the state longer, write them down in the right-hand column, giving a few words of context and describing the associated feeling. Then try to remember what you did immediately afterwards and in what frame of mind you approached this new action. Were your actions influenced?
> If they brought up feelings such as doubt, anger, jealousy, fear, write down in the left column, giving a few words of context and trying to describe the associated feeling more precisely. Then try to remember what you did immediately afterwards and in what frame of mind you approached this new action. Were your actions influenced? Were you able to “change the record” and regain a more positive attitude? If not, why not? If yes, why? 

Negative Emotions

Context?
Exact feeling?
Associated Reactions(from me, from others) ?
Was I able to “change my record/mood?”
What can I learn from this? 

Positive Emotions

Context?
Exact feeling?
Associated reactions (from me, from others)?
What can I learn from this? 

What can you learn from this mini-analysis and how can you maximize the former situations and minimize the latter?

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