How to Moderate the Effect of Negative Moods on Your (Team's) Performance


 
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How to Moderate the Effect of Negative Moods on Your (Team's) Performance
Anneke Zwart, Student (University), Netherlands

POSITIVE AND NEGATIVE MOODS
You and your employees experience different moods. These moods can be roughly divided into positive and negative moods. Moods are important, because they influence the level of performance at work. Negative moods lead to lower levels of performance and productivity, and a good mood is often associated with higher levels of performance.

TWO ISSUES WITH NEGATIVE MOODS
However less is known about:
1. Why negative moods are associated with poor performance, and
2. What can be done about it.
Chi, Chang and Huang (2015) studied the types of negative moods and their associations with performance and productivity levels by applying a self-control theory. Some types of self-control related characteristics are able to mitigate the effects of negative moods on performance and productivity levels. If organizations can adapt their organizational practices towards such characteristics they can create an environment in which perf... Register

 
   

 
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