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Category Archives: Stress
When someone or something kills your productivity, follow these steps. Continue reading
Everybody is overwhelmed and nobody is afraid to talk about it. Historically speaking, we are more sophisticated than ever emotionally; we are highly aware of what we feel, and we can talk about it. Continue reading
Face the causes of your stress head-on and work through them. Continue reading
If you’re reading this, chances are you’re like the millions of people who are stressed in every aspect of their lives: at work, at home, in relationships, financially and even by the “little” things like traffic jams and rude cashiers. Continue reading
Expert advice for managing work/life balance. Continue reading
Looking back at my least productive days as a manager, it always came down to people problems. The promising employee who wasn’t performing. The toxic employee who had the rest of the team in a tizzy. The employee who sat and vented about the stress of work, instead of actually doing the work … Continue reading
An article in The Wall Street Journal last week described some of the programs employers are investing in to help workers deal with workplace stress, which it notes ranks just behind financial worries as the top cause of stress. One program involves a daylong retreat and two-hour sessions every week for two months to learn “mindfulness-based stress reduction” … Continue reading