"Basically, emotion drives motion (i.e., the way you feel drives your behaviour). Happy people are productive, take fewer sick days, give better customer service and are a positive influence on their colleagues... But the benefits spread wider than the workplace... Happy people live longer, have fewer ailments, are more altruistic, have more friends and make other people feel great too!"
If this isn't a clear argument to promote well-being and work-life balance in school, then I don't know what is!
I will explore some of the themes from the book over a series of posts.