Managing emotions at workplace has always been an integral part of a successful career. This has become even more important in a post pandemic world in which social and emotional learning can’t be underrated. this week, Charu Raizada is in conversation with Dr. Nandini Chatterjee Singh, Senior National Project Officer, UNESCO MGIEP on importance of social and emotional learning practices for professional and personal excellence.
Think back to that day when you were driving to work, running late for an important meeting, and your car breaks down. Frustrating, right? That frustration and finding constructive ways to deal with emotions and interact with one another in respectful ways are just a few of the guiding principles behind social emotional learning, or SEL.
Listen in to become more emotionally aware. Learn to practice compassion for self and others, as well as engaging with compassion in complex systems and work environment, with Dr. Nandini Chatterjee Singh, Senior National Project Officer, UNESCO MGIEP.
Dr. Singh was recognised as one of the Indian women stalwarts in science by The Institute of Mathematical Science in collaboration with The Life of Science, to mark the 2018 International Day of Women and Girls in Science. She is a cognitive neuroscientist who studies what goes on in the human brain especially in association with music, multilingualism, autism and learning disorders.
We cannot thrive in isolation, we can thrive only when the collective thrives.Dr. Nandini Chatterjee Singh
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