Managing Pressure at Work
Managing pressure at work is a problem faced by us all at some stage in our lives.Helen Froggatt and Paul Stamp share with you their techniques for managing pressure. Using everyday language, practical hints and clear checklists which summarise the main points of each chapter at a glance, they explain how to recognize stress symptoms, cope with change, and learn relaxation and other techniques.
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The shortterm effects of pressure and stress
The mind and body principle
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