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Managing Uncomfortable Emotions with Liz Fosslien and Mollie West Duffy

Date: 11/12/2020

Time: 12:30pm
Where: LMHQ, Virtual,
Fee: FREE

LMHQ was excited to welcome back Liz Fosslien and Mollie West Duffy for another engaging discussion! Liz and Mollie hosted a wonderful workshop at LMHQ in February 2019 after the launch of their first book: No Hard Feelings: The Secret Power of Embracing Emotions at Work. The workshop focused on how to embrace emotions to be more effective at work and covered topics like creating a culture of belonging, leading with empathy, and communicating effectively.
 
For many of us, 2020 has been a year filled with a lot of hard feelings. So that's what they decided to focus on in their second book: how to move forward when things seem difficult or even downright impossible. In this new book, which will be published by Penguin, Liz and Mollie will take a close look at emotions like hopelessness, anger, regret, exhaustion, and anxiety. What can we learn from them? How do we allow ourselves to feel them without being completely controlled by them?
 
Liz and Mollie hosted an interactive discussion with the LMHQ community about these emotions. Participants shared stories and coping mechanisms and Liz and Mollie shared what they've learned so far in their research. 
 
About Our Speakers
 
Liz Fosslien is the co-author and illustrator of No Hard Feelings: The Secret Power of Embracing Emotion at Work. She is responsible for content at Humu, a machine learning company founded by Laszlo Bock that uses behavioral science to make work better. Prior to joining Humu, Liz designed and led workshops for executives at Google, Facebook, and Nike on how to create inclusive cultures. Her writing and data visualization projects have appeared in CNN, The Economist, The Financial Times, and NPR. 
 
Mollie West Duffy is the co-author of No Hard Feelings: The Secret Power of Embracing Emotion at Work. She leads Organizational Development at RALLY, and was previously an Organizational Design Lead at global innovation firm IDEO. Mollie formerly worked as a research associate for the Dean of Harvard Business School. She has worked with companies of all sizes to develop good workplace culture. Her writing has been featured in Fast Company, Quartz, Entrepreneur, Quiet Rev and other digital outlets, and she’s taught design courses at Stanford and USC. 
 

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