Jun 8, 2021
Executive Coach, Trainer and Facilitator Diana Lowe says that the concept of leaving your emotions at the door when you go to work is akin to telling someone to, "Leave your arms at home in your bed" -- emotions are part of the human experience and are with us everywhere we go.
Learning how to "name and tame" our own emotions helps us understand how they impact our interactions with others.
Lowe teaches busy professionals how to leverage the power of emotional intelligence to become better communicators, build trust and rapport with colleagues, and get more done.
Diana's bedside reading book is a book that she recommends entitled: "Unlocking the Mysteries of Birth & Death: . . . And Everything in Between, A Buddhist View Life" by Daisaku Ikeda (You can get it for a great price on Amazon and support the podcast at the same time!)
You can follow up with Diana and get more information on the work that she does by connecting with her via:
Diana's website: www.dianalowe.com