Organizational Communication in the News

Case Studies of Organizations and Organizational Communication in the Media

Lean In to Crying at Work

Eye of young woman with tears

Source: The Atlantic

When the president of CBS News fired correspondent Mika Brzezinski a decade ago, she cried. And she regrets it. “There was no place for those tears in that moment,” she told the Huffington Post two years ago. “If anything, when you cry, you give away power.”

The widespread cultural disparagement of the work-cry is strange, though, since there’s nothing inherently bad about crying. In past centuries, even the public weeping of grown men was celebrated. Far from surrendering power, these moist-eyed gents were showing deep respect.

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This entry was posted on March 17, 2016 by in AUDIO/VIDEO TOOLS, Careers + Work, Gender, GRADUATE/SENIOR, Power/Resistance, Work-Life and tagged , , , .


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