Learn all you need to know about coping with stress in the workplace, from identifying the causes and symptoms of stress, to monitoring your response to pressure and implementing coping strategies. 'Reducing Stress' not only shows you how to reorganise your work practices and think positively, but also provides practical techniques to use when dealing with potential problem areas. Power tips help you to handle real-life situations and develop first-class stress-management skills that will dramatically improve your ability to deal with pressure. 'Reducing Stress' shows how to identify problem areas and focus on ways to combat stress - for your own benefit and that of your colleagues and staff. In this book, practical techniques show you how to analyse and improve stressful work patterns, prioritise, delegate and make time to relax, and much more.
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