The Emotionally Intelligent Office
An exploration of what lies behind our problematic behavioral patterns in the workplace and how we can overcome them.
This is a book that introduces readers to twenty core emotional skills that can help individuals flourish wherever they find themselves working. The skills range from giving honest feedback, to accepting that it’s OK to fail, to addressing jealousies and insecurities when working in 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.
Stress and mental ill health currently costs the United States economy $300 billion a year. Modern businesses place a strong emphasis on technical training, yet a lot of what determines the success or failure of organizations has nothing to do with the sort of hard skills taught at business school; instead, it comes down to the degree of emotional intelligence circulating in the workplace.
Learn to be a more balanced human while improving your ability to interact with others in a professional setting.
Designed by Marcia Mihotich
Published by The School of Life, 2018
Softcover, 160 pages, full color, 5 × 7 inches