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Whitepaper download: Isn’t it time to ban training?

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Some fresh thinking from The School of Life. Discover all in their exclusive whitepaper here.

Companies and organisations are continuously training their employees. Not only in how to use software, comply with regulations, or write clearly, but (increasingly) in how to manage emotional, interpersonal tasks. There might be a series of steps to remaining calm, rules for handling conict, a particular posture or even a resting facial expression one is meant to adopt for clients…

At The School of Life, they think this type of training should be banned.

Feel the same? Just fill in your details below to get their whitepaper straight to your inbox.

The School of Life are dedicated to helping organisations cultivate their emotional intelligence. Find out more here

 

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