The Mood Elevator

We all ride the Mood Elevator up and down every day. How well we do it impacts our relationships, our personal effectiveness, our career, and our experience of life. Most people take that ride for granted—but what if we knew the right buttons to push to move to the top?

Larry Senn, father of corporate culture and author of The Mood Elevator, provides an operating manual to keep you out of the emotional basement. While it’s understandable that we visit the lower levels of the mood elevator from time to time, we all have the ability to spend the majority of our lives on the upper floors, experiencing life with a sense of humor, patience, hope, and gratitude. Larry shows how to interrupt negative thought patterns that keep you stuck on a lower floor—depressed, stressed, anxious, judgmental—and move higher by cultivating mental attitudes like curiosity and gratitude.

Want to have more success with less stress, healthier relationships, greater personal productivity, and a better quality of life? Set aside an hour to learn how becoming aware of your moods and the power of your thoughts can transform your life! Discover how this map of human experience can explain the relationship between mood and effectiveness in every area of life.

If you enjoyed this video, you may also enjoy our upcoming webinar with Bonnie Marcus as she discusses the power of building strategic workplace relationships in a virtual world. As companies are shifting towards remote work, how can women better utilize technology as a means for building relationships within their organizations to set themselves ahead for advancement?

Join Bonnie on March 31 at 1:00 pm (ET) for the next installment of her Women's Empowerment Series to learn about virtual networking and discover tips for developing authentic and strategic workplace relationships in a virtual world. Learn more and register here.

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