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Learn science-based skills to support your mental health during challenging times. Build mindfulness while working, avoiding burnout, managing difficult feelings, and managing your emotions.

Navigate stress, grief, and strong emotions at work.

Apply proven practices to support your mental health.

Enhance your resilience.

You will receive a Certificate of Completion after finishing these courses: Support Your Mental Health at Work (

We spend approximately 70 percent of our lives at work. It’s no wonder, then, why our careers are a defining aspect of our identities. The risk is in letting work become all of who you are. When you are too emotionally invested in work, you may take failures, challenges, and feedback personally. In this course, Melody Wilding shows you how you can manage your emotions about work more effectively. She teaches you new mindsets and tools to separate your self-worth from your career, so that you can build greater confidence and work-life balance. Melody also shares techniques to address those moments when you find yourself reactive about work. With the line between work and life blurrier than ever and record levels of burnout, join Melody in this course to discover healthy ways to regulate your emotions to better navigate the inevitable stresses and setbacks that arise in your career.
Everyone has emotions. Now, more than ever, we're encouraged to bring those emotions to work. However, knowing how to manage them in a dynamic and complex work environment is a skill. Feelings can get in the way of our effectiveness, communication, and even reputation if they're not handled effectively. In this course, Jay Fields, an expert in emotional regulation, introduces learners to an embodied way to relate to and manage their emotions. Blending conceptual learning with experiential activities, this course offers accessible practices that you can employ in real time in emotional situations. Follow along and discover how your body influences your mind's ability to regulate emotions, how to practice self-empathy and acknowledge your emotions, and how to responsibly express emotion at work. Plus, learn how to engage in practices such as orienting, grounding, and centering that allow you to become a more emotionally intelligent, resilient person—at work and at home.
More from LinkedIn Learning's top experts Soft Skills Newsletter You can be successful at work while maintaining a calm, Zen-like approach to your daily decisions and routines. Meditation and mental exercises like visualization can help you manage stress and create the life you want. This audio course led by Scott Shute, head of the Mindfulness and Compassion program at LinkedIn, offers a practical and easy approach to meditation, including simple, short exercises that you can build into a regular practice—even in the minutes before a meeting. Learn the science underlying the brain-body connection and how adapting your posture and changing your position can help you relax. Explore different kinds of breathing exercises, and discover visualization and loving-kindness techniques to open your mind and your heart. Scott closes with some advice for making your practice stick and integrate meditation into a busy schedule.
What makes grief, loss, and change so challenging is the difficulty we have experiencing and expressing unpleasant feelings. The COVID-19 pandemic, economic downtown, and related challenges have brought these feelings into the workplace. As an employee, it can be difficult to balance grief and loss with professional responsibilities, especially since many organizations don't have a script for handling these situations. This timely course from Joan Rosenberg, PhD, is a strategic and practical guide to building core emotional strength, reducing anxiety, and developing the confidence needed to navigate grief, loss and change. Combining more than three decades of clinical experience with the latest psychology, mindfulness, and neuroscience research, Joan helps learners understand what grief really is and how to manage the impact of loss and change.