The thinking about corporate culture tends to focus on “cognitive culture,” the shared values, norms and assumptions in a particular organization or workplace. In this Harvard Business Review piece, the different types of “emotional culture” are examined. One positive type is a culture of joy, in which playfulness and fun are encouraged. Another is a culture of companionate love, in which employees care for coworkers as friends. There are also negative cultures, of course, primarily the culture of fear. Considerations for a manager who wishes to create a positive emotional culture given.
Source: Barsade, S., and O’Neill, O.A. (2016, Jan.-Feb.). Manage your emotional culture. Harvard Business Review, 94(1/2), 58-66. https://hbr.org/2016/01/manage-your-emotional-culture Posted by AHA Resource Center (312) 422-2050, email@example.com