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    • ISBN:9781473607859
    • Publication date:11 Feb 2016

Managing Stress At Work In A Week

How To Manage Stress In Seven Simple Steps

By Stephen Evans-Howe

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Learn in a week, what the experts learn in a lifetime

Sunday: Examine the common causes of stress from a work/organisational perspective and an individual level
Monday: Understand the basic psychological and physiological aspects of stress
Tuesday: Gain an overview of the issues of stress surrounding job roles and responsibility, and consider potential solutions
Wednesday: Understand the stress associated with workload, work pressure and work environment and develop the tools to deal with it
Thursday: Create a supportive environment to combat conflict and certain behaviours
Friday: Gain an insight into change management and how it can help relieve stress within your team
Saturday: Use practical steps to help indivduals take responsibility for managing their own stress

Biographical Notes

Stephen Evans-Hough is a senior manager at a FTSE-250 company. He is an expert in organizational issues around stress, and has helped hundreds of employees and colleagues to reduce their stress, or to be effective in spite of stress.

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  • ISBN: 9781444185881
  • Publication date: 31 May 2013
  • Page count: 128
  • Imprint: Teach Yourself
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