The School of Life for Business published the book 'The Emotionally Intelligent Office' in 2018. It is a book in which one can find wisdom for resilience. But The School of Life is more about Life than Business.
About the book:
"Modern businesses place huge emphasis on technical training, yet a lot of what determines the success or failure of an organisation has nothing to do with the traditional 'hard' skills taught at business school, but rather the sophisticated 'soft' skills that are key to emotional maturity.
The Emotionally Intelligent Office introduces us to twenty core emotional skills that can help businesses and individuals to flourish. They range from giving and receiving honest feedback and accepting that it's OK to fail, to addressing jealousies and insecurities within teams. We learn about how our childhoods continue to have an often unhelpful impact on how we deal with colleagues and the best ways we might speak so that others will listen.
This book is informed by the practical work that the Business division of The School of Life carries out, endeavouring to change the culture within organisations around the world by teaching teams the art of emotional intelligence."
About The School of Life for Business:
"We are a global organisation delivering learning experiences for teams and businesses seeking to thrive in the modern world. We apply psychological, philosophical and therapeutic insights to the workplace: helping businesses understand the role that emotions play in office life, and develop the skills they need to operate effectively."
Besides publishing books the School of Life for Businessalso organizes workshops, virtual talks and other events for companies such as Facebook, The Guardian and Sky, We promote this organisation because The School of Life offers much more than just business oriented activities.
"The School of Life is an organisation built to help us find calm, self-understanding, resilience and connection - especially during troubled times. We place emphasis on the need to understand ourselves better, so that we can secure serenity and make optimally reliable decisions, particularly around love and work."