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"katina sawyer" Discussed on The Workr Beeing Podcast

The Workr Beeing Podcast

03:27 min | 9 months ago

"katina sawyer" Discussed on The Workr Beeing Podcast

"Barak and i'm katina sawyer and welcome to the worker being podcast. Today patricia has an article for us. So do you wanna give us a little taste of what we're about to hear about today. Yes so the sneak. Peak is that when employees are finding their work meaningful. They tend to feel better and the study. That i'm gonna talk about is how can we make work more meaningful. So the two things that can drive that. And i'll talk about them and a little bit more detail but i'll just see the the names of the things that can help make work more meaningful and it's tommy and actually. I don't even know if this word. Beneficient s- benefits. I think it's beneficent beneficent see i fail. No no. i'm not of saying like the name. yes i know. I realize now. That maybe i should have like You know looked it up before we recording but Yeah well i'll explain it is and probably everyone's gonna write in and tell us that we set it wrong but it is what it is. I feel like i have always read it as.

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"katina sawyer" Discussed on The Workr Beeing Podcast

The Workr Beeing Podcast

04:57 min | 10 months ago

"katina sawyer" Discussed on The Workr Beeing Podcast

"Hi i'm patricia rubric. And i'm katina sawyer and welcome to the worker being podcast so today is katina article. What did you pick for us today. It is so today we're gonna be talking about the power of humility in teams so being humble and how that might help cut down on bullying in teams so unfortunately bullying is an issue that affects many people at work and creating a team. Environment that discourages bullying can be a good way to solve. That problem and new research shows that humility might be a key for doing that. So that's what we're gonna be talking about. That's interesting. I mean it makes sense to some ex- when you hear about it it's like oh one of those together but wait. May i would so. I'm really curious to hear about it. A little bit more I do think that the willing is topic is important talked about it before so. I'm glad we're continuing that conversation. Yes and right now with Some collaborators doing meta-analysis on humility leader humility in particular. And we're finding some interesting effects. across Different demographics like. We're finding that age matters. In terms of how much people value humility it matters differently across cultures so humility is actually kind of a an interesting construct cross cultures. Makes a lotta sense. I feel like when Like a my last job doing some research with humility as well and the cultural piece was very important So i'm i'm not surprised it's coming up. I'll be curious to hear about that paper when it's ready. That'd be a good one to bring but for today we have this paper. Yes and before you tell us about it. how about. Let's cello about your day house. Or and how's everything going. Yeah so our weekend was actually really nice. So i think i might have mentioned this time around but We basically have like travel like every weekend from now until like forever and so this forever. Yeah and so. This past weekend was like the last weekend for a long time that we're just like here So we just decided to kinda like chill so we were like ice. Yeah so on friday. I think we ordered food and watched great. British bake off Which i find such a delightful show like i truly just like.

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"katina sawyer" Discussed on The Workr Beeing Podcast

The Workr Beeing Podcast

02:21 min | 11 months ago

"katina sawyer" Discussed on The Workr Beeing Podcast

"So this. Paper is called mothers re entry a relative contribution perspective of dual earner parents roles resources and outcomes and it was published in the academy management journal Very recently just came out. I believe it's a two twenty twenty one paper. And it's by laura little and courtney masterson and The paper basically takes a look at the importance of mothers being supported by their organizations. When they're coming back from attorney leave And one of the reasons that they focus on this time period and on mothers in particular is because after women. Leave the workforce to take maternity. Leave while it's a really nice break. from work responsibilities and allows them to focus holy. Or you know almost entirely on the family domain. It can be stressful. Figure out how then to reincorporate work into your life. Now that you've been spending time just focused on family. It can be stressful to anticipate what that returned to. Work is gonna look like and there are also some anticipated stressors that come from thinking through how your identity might play out. Were shift so there. Some research out there that looks at how pregnant women anticipate their identity shifts once they become working moms and that bat nine months of pregnancy is really a time period where people are thinking about. What's that gonna look like. And who am i and who do i wanna be. And how much do. I wanna put emphasis on on my work identity year my family identity or my mom identity in particular so there's some stressors that are introduced wall. Obviously it's a wonderful thing to have maternity leave and it's it's a fantastic resource and they're not arguing at all that that's not the keys. But when people are anticipating that reentry it can be a particularly stressful time. And so they're kind of honing in on that time period to take a look at how organizational support might play a role in affecting some of that

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"katina sawyer" Discussed on The Workr Beeing Podcast

The Workr Beeing Podcast

05:02 min | 11 months ago

"katina sawyer" Discussed on The Workr Beeing Podcast

"Katina sawyer and welcome to the worker being podcast today cotinine. I are staring at each other in person recording this. It's so fun. I guess i'm very funny to continue right now. We actually were just like staring at each other and so it was just sort of humorous to note the fact that we were doing that. Yeah i don't lie. To tell the truth. I do always all the time. Yeah so we're sitting here and we just got back from palm springs or my apartment right now and we had a really fun reunion weekend. Yes we had the chance to stay at one of patricia and her husband's friends is house and we got to stay there in exchange for watching their dog. Poppy who was so cute and a house was beautiful. And it provided an amazing space for us to do our retreat It had a pool. Hot tub like beautiful outdoor area. The inside of it's so cool like so nicely. Decorated like it was just such a lovely for us to spend our time so that was like a win just like kick things off immediately. Yeah i mean it's very palm springs themed and I don't know that they're gonna airbnb it so they really wanted to create a really cool vibe in there and it is awesome. They did a great job so we got to take advantage and be guinea pig guests but we also watched the puppy and she is like a tiny genius and that was really fun. So yeah there are a lot of wins and then we got to explore palm springs. And i've been there like a million times. And i love it so much and now katina has seen it and gone to like all the great restaurants and things with me. Yeah it was awesome. I loved it and the mountains are so pretty and it's really cool because they're just like so tall because you're so like low the that like the elevations works like the mountains. Just look huge. So so pretty. And i really like mountain views. I mean i love an ocean view but a mountain views amazingly pretty As well so that was awesome. And yeah we got to go to a bunch of good places all different cuisines. We had an amazing sushi dinner. Which for those of you who listen frequently. You know patricia. And i love sushi so that was fun. It was amazing. Yeah sand fish for anyone that goes palm springs. You should definitely go there so we got the oh makasi and it was like i mean it was ridiculous. It was just so good and so much food. Yes we were actually like troopers for getting through it but But like troopers in the best way because it's not like a hard thing to do. It was a challenge but the food was so good. You just didn't wanna waste it so anyway. It was delicious..

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"katina sawyer" Discussed on The Workr Beeing Podcast

The Workr Beeing Podcast

05:04 min | 1 year ago

"katina sawyer" Discussed on The Workr Beeing Podcast

"And i'm katina sawyer and welcome to the worker being podcast today. Patricia has an article for us. So before we dive into catching up on how things have been going. I would love to hear a little more about the topic. We're going to be discussing today. Yes so today. we're talking about grandparents and how grandparents can help and maybe hurt with work family conflict so yeah super interesting. Amin grandparents often do play a big role in child care. So that's what this is about awesome so if you rely on grandparents for childcare sometimes or if you are a grandparent this be particularly pertinent episode for you to listen to or if you plan to rely on a grandparent for childcare at some point probably good to listen because it sounds like there's some pros and cons that people might want to be more careful about exactly. Yes definitely some pros and cons I will say more pros though. So don't get too discouraged when just listening to this first part get out of here grandparents. You're going down grandma. No no no ranchera best everything's fine. Everything's good well. I'm excited to hear what the story is around that Before we do that how are you. I know you just got back from a trip. So and i did twos we. We talk a little bit about that but how was yours. What what was your time. Like lake trips in different sides of the country. Yes so many lakes but it was nice. We had a good time. There were it was definitely on his. Restful as i wanted it to be. I think i mentioned to you already. 'bout like i got all weird like my body was all weirded out by the altitude which is strange them. Never had altitude issues before and it's not that high like it's basically a little bit higher than denver. So i don't know why i was having issues by first day so that was not fun but generally it was nice like we had a good time with my family and We did get a boat and went on a lake and that was kinda fun around the little lake And it was definitely different scenery different setting than what we're used to so it to get out that's awesome. That's very exciting. I mean i mean altitude part..

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"katina sawyer" Discussed on The Workr Beeing Podcast

The Workr Beeing Podcast

04:21 min | 1 year ago

"katina sawyer" Discussed on The Workr Beeing Podcast

"And katina sawyer and welcome to the worker being podcast so katina wanna tell us a sneak peek of the article. That would be discussing today. Yes i do so today. We're gonna be talking about people's sentiments about working from home during the in nineteen pandemic and were specifically going to be talking about how they expressed those sentiments on social media through twitter so a lot of companies now are thinking about requiring people to work from home meaning..

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"katina sawyer" Discussed on The Workr Beeing Podcast

The Workr Beeing Podcast

05:58 min | 1 year ago

"katina sawyer" Discussed on The Workr Beeing Podcast

"Patricia. Gra barak and i'm katina sawyer and welcome to the worker being podcast so katina. You have an article for us today. That i'm super excited about. I think if. I know what you're talking about. Yes i'm excited about a two because it actually has very practical application. I think this is one of those articles that has a very easy practical application. But it's not something that i had really thought about integrating into my day very much before. So we're going to be talking today about exposure to blue light which comes from like your smartphone or your laptop and how exposure to blue light can mess with your sleep and what the consequences of that are for your work and what you can do about it so yes. I do love this topic. Because i have my blue light blocking glasses that i use all the time and if this is going to support my use of glasses i'm gonna feel less silly for having used them for like a year. Well you know get ready because it may just make your dreams come true so here this article. Nab you might be quite happy with it. So yeah i actually bought them when you bought them too. But i ended up not using them because I use them sometimes but in not using them as much because I felt like on calls the way like the light is the place where i usually sit on calls. I felt like my eyes look like screens. And i couldn't like look people in the eye and i started to get worried about it but But then i could wear them. Actually while i'm doing other things which perhaps after reading this article that may be a conclusion that we might come to. Yeah i actually feel really funny about it. Because before i changed jobs i started wearing them and people were like. Oh i didn't know you. Glasses putinite blockers. I just decided to that. I've been getting. Because i was getting some headaches when everyone was going to video calls and i think it was just being tired and probably those staring at my screen..

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"katina sawyer" Discussed on The Workr Beeing Podcast

The Workr Beeing Podcast

05:27 min | 1 year ago

"katina sawyer" Discussed on The Workr Beeing Podcast

"Hi i'm patricia. Gra barak and i'm katina sawyer and welcome to the worker being podcast so katina. You have an article for us today. That i'm super excited about. I think if. I know what you're talking about. Yes i'm excited about a two because it actually has very practical application. I think this is one of those articles that has a very easy practical application. But it's not something that i had really thought about integrating into my day very much before. So we're going to be talking today about exposure to blue light which comes from like your smartphone or your laptop and how exposure to blue light can mess with your.

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"katina sawyer" Discussed on The Workr Beeing Podcast

The Workr Beeing Podcast

05:53 min | 1 year ago

"katina sawyer" Discussed on The Workr Beeing Podcast

"Hi i'm patricia. For barak and i'm katina sawyer and welcome to the working podcast today. Patricia has an article for us. So before we kick into our conversation. I would love to hear a little bit about what we are going to be discussing today. Sure while i'm gonna kinda give a quick summary. Basically if a company takes care of their employees treats them well they're external stakeholders people like customers. are more likely to think highly of them summary. Some the good summary. I like that. It's like a back of house front of house like you know you. Have you have good stuff going. On behind the scenes it passes along to the customer. exactly yes And it's an interesting study. I don't think it's. I don't remember you've ever talked about a city. That's the type of structure like it looks at tweets and things like that so we'll talk about that in more depth but It was a different methodology as we typically talk about Because of what they're trying to measure so it should be. Yeah that's so exciting. Well i'm really excited to hear about that. Especially because i love bringing new methodologies and new innovative stuff to our listeners that's so fun But before we learn about how companies can leverage good employee practices to influence customers. How is your day going. I know we've been on a little bit of a hiatus. Yeah while we took our little summer break. So what's been going on with you. Yes our little break was very lovely. Actually so we had two weeks or we didn't record And in those two weeks. I took two little trips We went to morrow bay at the end of june Which is like in central california like well watching and it was actually really nice because it's been very hot I know everyone's probably heard about the west coast heat waves that have been happening and it was super hot before he went on this trip and the location of moro bay is in such a place where it doesn't really get hot so it was like where like a jacket. I bought a picture when i was there. Because i got cold his close so it's kind of like a nice little reprieve and then we got to see like i just love. See animals like the. Yeah you bid but it's true Like it's so there's a ton of otters that live there too so we saw wales. we saw offers..

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"katina sawyer" Discussed on The Workr Beeing Podcast

The Workr Beeing Podcast

04:40 min | 1 year ago

"katina sawyer" Discussed on The Workr Beeing Podcast

"Hi i'm patricia. For barak and i'm katina sawyer and welcome to the worker. Being podcast today. Patricia has an article for us so before we kick into our conversation. I would love to hear a little bit about what we are going to be discussing today. Sure while i'm gonna kinda give a quick summary. Basically if a company takes care of their employees treats them well they're external stakeholders people like customers are more likely to think highly of them summary..

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"katina sawyer" Discussed on The Workr Beeing Podcast

The Workr Beeing Podcast

04:25 min | 1 year ago

"katina sawyer" Discussed on The Workr Beeing Podcast

"Hi i'm patricia. Gra barak and i'm katina sawyer and welcome to the worker being podcast. Today patricia has an article for us. And i'd love to hear a little bit about the topic. Oh the day before. We jump into our Conversation yeah so..

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"katina sawyer" Discussed on The Workr Beeing Podcast

The Workr Beeing Podcast

04:50 min | 1 year ago

"katina sawyer" Discussed on The Workr Beeing Podcast

"Hi i'm patricia. For barak and i'm katina sawyer and welcome to the worker. Being podcast today. Patricia has an article for us. I'm very excited to hear what you have selected as our topic for the day. So why don't you give us a high level overview of what we're going to talk about before we catch up a little bit. This article is about taking charge at work. So got real excited about it taking I'm really bad at like idiom. So i'm not even gonna try. But there's something about bowls in horns i know that's one of them Take the bull by the horns. Yeah not like taking charge your rate okay. I was just like you got like ninety five percent of it so i was like wondering what part you thought you were missing. I decided i that they bulls and horns involved. That didn't know how they were..

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"katina sawyer" Discussed on The Workr Beeing Podcast

The Workr Beeing Podcast

06:32 min | 1 year ago

"katina sawyer" Discussed on The Workr Beeing Podcast

"Let's go ahead and shift and start talking of. Yeah the article. I am curious. Article basically is fairly recent piece. It is from twenty nineteen and it is by rayton yellow bec- and wrap t and so the article is called fit perceptions work engagement satisfaction and commitment so very straightforward title. Unlike many that we often see And it was published in the journal of managerial psychology. Which we don't usually pull many articles from but i thought that this one was a really good just kind of straightforward streamline message about the importance of a person job fit to help. Everyone understand why you should be interested in that topic awesome. Yeah so you're telling before we started recording. This is pretty straightforward. So what money give us some definitions. I or sure and then we kind of dive into it. Yes absolutely so. Let's talk first about fit so there are different types of fit that you can have on the job so you can feel that you fit well with your supervisor. You can feel that you fit well with your co workers. You can feel that you fit well with your group or your team The ones that we're gonna be looking at today are feeling like you fit well with your job and feeling like you fit well with your organization and so those are actually two of the most prevalent or they are the two most prevalent types of fit. That i've been studied in the research and particularly fit to the job has been studied with a lot of. There's been a lot of focus on that in the research and it is important that you fit with your supervisor you fit with your co workers. You fit with your team but in studies that have looked at them all together. It seems like person job fit and person. Organisation fit tend to be Have have stronger relationships with some important outcomes Than other types of fit as well so they they are quite important and so let's talk about what they mean so person. Organisation fit is the compatibility between a person and their organization so that the organization provides what the person needs and that they feel that they share fundamental characteristics with the organization so something about the organization represents who they are as a person And that the person also represents the organization so they sort of share similar values basically is. Po fit And they might also share similar like beliefs. They might have similar goal sets things like that. So sort of the culture of the organization and the value of the organization fit with who the person is. And that's person organisation fit. And i think an important thing here is As people are thinking about this idea it's not just the culture is obviously important that you feel like it's culture that you like you're getting the theory leads met but sometimes you can be in a place where you've got a great culture but there's something about the values don't align with you can still make you feel a little iggy. So he met value piece is really important. You wanna make sure that you're aligned to what the organization is doing or you believe in the mission to some extent To really have a strong person organisation fit. Yeah and i mean you can think about this. There's actually a case that was done at jewel which is like the vaping company and their culture as a company is really positive but they lose people because people can't get on the board on board with the mission of selling people on vaping right now the way that they reframe it for people is that it's for you know they try to say that it's four people who smoke and they're trying to get people who smoke nicotine off of nicotine onto jewels rate or not nicotine who smoked tobacco off of tobacco that goes in your lungs etcetera and onto jewel but there's also like heavy marketing towards you know people that don't smoke already and so people that's an example of a place that as a case that they use in business schools A place that has a really good culture but they lose people due to the values pretty frequently interesting. I'm glad you had a case. Speak to that like some examples in my head but Some that. I wasn't necessarily as excited to share because i know people that were concerned places. But i don't know anyone who works at so i don't care i'm so so so yes. So that's we're gonna nation. So it's more like a broad-based. I stands for and i like the culture here Person job fit is basically a similar idea but between the employee and their specific job and there are sort of two components that make up person job fit. So one is that i have. What the job requires. So what's needed to do the job. I possess so my knowledge skills abilities and other sorts of things mash with what's required for me to do the job so my personality meshes what i know how to do. My skillset meshes well with what's required to do the job at another piece is that this job has what i need in order for me to feel fulfilled and that could be with regard to i get the recognition that i need. I have working conditions. That i like. I have pay. I appreciate i see myself as having career advancement in this job. So it's not just about the tasks duties and responsibilities. Do i feel like i can perform them. Well but also do. I feel like i have other things that i would need out of the job itself that fulfil what i want out of my career. Yeah and that kind of ties into the piece of. I know how to do a task but for the task is really boring to me too. That's another important part. I know i can count marbles all day long like to be able to count them. I have the capacity to count. But i would be so bored and it wouldn't be engaging me i wouldn't feel the challenge that i need or you know. Be making an impact. That i need or something like that and those those components are important. So i think that's a really good point that it's you know it's not i mean the definition is not just around you. Can you do the work. But is that work also going to be meaningful for you.

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"katina sawyer" Discussed on The Workr Beeing Podcast

The Workr Beeing Podcast

04:49 min | 1 year ago

"katina sawyer" Discussed on The Workr Beeing Podcast

"And i'm katina sawyer and welcome to the worker being podcast so today katina. You've got an article for us. Do you want to give us a do sure. So this article today is about a concept. That i don't think we've talked about before which is called leader humility. Which will talk a little bit more about what that is. If you've ever worked for a leader who you think is Not very humble You might appreciate learning about what it is like to work for leader who is humble or maybe you have someone that you know. That is like that. So we're gonna talk about the importance of leader humility for concept that we have talked about before psychological capital but at the team level and how that impacts team performance love it. I love outside. Cap is very popular topic for us. We love it. People seem to love it. One of the most popular articles that we wrote as about that So i'm really excited. I mean psychological capital so many benefits. This is really interesting. That leaders can impact it. Yeah yeah so. Yeah when. I saw psych cap. I got interested because obviously we're always looking for all kinds of new research for our course onsite cap and so i was thinking. Oh this'll be good. Take a look. Give it a read and then i got super interested in leader humility And then over the last Like month or so One of my colleagues. And i have been doing a meta analysis on leader humility. Also been reading a little bit about in the background as well so leader. Humility is kind of a new. Like interested in it. Because i think it's i think more leaders should be more humble. I think you're probably right. That's interesting though. So you'll have you'll give us a little more insight into leader humility than just this article. Since you're yeah in that research right now. Yeah yep yes so. I can give some insights from that ball. Awesome great great well before we get started and just want to announce to everyone that this is our last episode before we do a two week. Holiday break again. I can't believe it's already the holidays. What is i no It really is yes. We'll be off The next two weeks and come back in early january so We'll armindo everybody at the end of the show as well but just a good note that you should all take the break as well take some time to relax and enjoy the holidays as much as you can in this bizarro year of twenty twenty and probably saw a lot on new year's that it's over even though the viruses and over but at least the year is over. Maybe it'll be better next year. I don't know yeah. Yeah and you know it seems like. That's what experts are saying. So i'm hopeful for that as well And i think that actually being that this is our last episode before the holiday break and we're talking about humility. It's actually kind of interesting thing because one.

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"katina sawyer" Discussed on The Workr Beeing Podcast

The Workr Beeing Podcast

04:47 min | 1 year ago

"katina sawyer" Discussed on The Workr Beeing Podcast

"Hi i'm patricia. barak. And i'm katina sawyer and we are of worker being and we're joined here today With the healthy work podcast. You wanna introduce yourselves fletcher. And i'm marianna volume and today we're gonna be talking about the science practice gap. Which is the gap between what researchers are interested in examining and publishing papers on and what practitioners actually need to answer real world pressing questions in their businesses and The gap that sometimes exists between What we're studying and what managers actually wants to know the answer to and this gap is kind of frustrating. Because there's lots of good work out there. That managers might not have access to or might not know where to find or that might not exist. And so are podcasts. Both exist sort of that gap and we're going to talk about that today in terms of what we're trying to do to solve that problem as well as Where the field might go from here. So i guess to kick off our discussion. We're so excited to Be here together and to have all of you listening So for the healthy work podcasts. Can you talk a little bit. About how your podcast aims to address this issue. Kind of what. You're doing with your podcast. And what you what. Your hopes and goals are for bringing this stuff. Closer to practice absolutely. So we are a biweekly podcast or fortnightly To reduce that confusion concurrently by the week we can be twice a week and for us. It really was born of a frustration with the scientist. Practitioner gap That we're going to be talking about of. We liked the work that we do. We find it really interesting but even trying to convey it to our parents or our friends. It's not very Innately accessible with the way that we publish it and so we wanted to get the research out there to people who can actually use it In a way that's accessible. And i figured if you can learn constitutional law or music theory through podcasts. Which i love gas. You can definitely learn about the basics of occupational health psychology industrial organizational psychology. And how what we're doing can help your wellness..

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"katina sawyer" Discussed on The Workr Beeing Podcast

The Workr Beeing Podcast

03:09 min | 1 year ago

"katina sawyer" Discussed on The Workr Beeing Podcast

"Hi. I'm Patricia for Barak and I'm Katina Sawyer and welcome to the worker being podcast today. Patricia has an article for us which is very exciting because I don't know much about what it is. So I'm curious to hear what you have in store for us. So could you tell us a little bit about what we're going to be talking about? Yeah. We're GONNA be talking about e mail incivility which as we get into the concept I think everyone is experienced this. So. Basically like when people are may be rude or ignoring your emails and this article specifically looks at passive versus active email and civility and how passive email incivility is actually. Pretty problematic for your health. But they didn't find the same for active. So don't dawn well, that's interesting. So it's like the lay. Her my last email. Late yeah. Yeah or the like the like really short and weird emails you get like you sound like a whole email and someone's got it ray like. Was it good. Yeah. I mean sneak preview I pretty much like it seems they didn't test this directly, but I have a feeling. It's the ambiguity piece that makes him worse for you. Yeah. That makes sense I know ambiguity people per separate on things that they can't. Make. Sense of because the longer it takes you to be like if you know someone hates you're like, okay, they hate me this socks but like whatever I can at least cope with it and move on. But if you're like, do they don't they are they mad I don't know it takes up a lot more mental energy. So exactly if people are lying. Like. I'm trying to think of other things that people say and emails that are like passive aggressive per per lessee Miller like As previously discussed or like. I'm going to refer you to our prior conversation in which. Blah Blah. But a lot of the the passive stuff that they're saying is actually more like they didn't respond to your email little. Like that seems rough that know to me a lot well, like they ignore your email or they take a really long time to respond some has that me yeah people see that as being passive. So well, I'll I'll share some examples when we get there. This is obviously a topic of interest. I'm like what other stuff do people do? You lots of weird things in emails. Some of them were like shocking in terms of the act of one. So just really well, your seatbelt. You're in for a bumpy email incivility, right? Exactly. It's interesting that yeah. Lawville we'll talk about that in a minute in the meantime however, you do my dear, I'm doing good. I am in the throes of collecting data for a study on mindfulness that.

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"katina sawyer" Discussed on The Workr Beeing Podcast

The Workr Beeing Podcast

02:39 min | 1 year ago

"katina sawyer" Discussed on The Workr Beeing Podcast

"Hi, I'm Patricia garbarek and I'm Katina Sawyer and welcome to the worker being broadcast today. Patricia has an article for us. What will we be talking about today? I do have an article that is all about family supportive supervisor behaviors often talked about this I think before on the podcast actually, I think last week's episode. We like mentioned it at one point. Yeah. Yeah..

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