A Survival Guide to the Stress of Organizational Change, Page 961

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Pritchett & Associates, 1995 - Job stress. - 36 pages
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A Survival Guide to the Stress of Organizational Change shows employees how they can avoid 15 basic mistakes that create major stress in the workplace. If your organization is changing (and whose isn't?) you can bet that many of your people are reacting in ways that are dead wrong. The result is unnecessary job stress, and unnecessary costs that damage your bottom line. This easy-to-read handbook explains the sources of stress and provides practical, usable tips for reducing stress like: stop expecting somebody else to reduce your stress; use humor to lighten your emotional load; develop better time management habits; don't try to control the uncontrollable.

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Price Pritchett, Ph.D., is Chairman and CEO of Pritchett & Associates, Inc., a Dallas-based consulting firm. Dr. Pritchett has consulted to major corporations worldwide for over two decades, and is considered one of the foremost experts on merger integration strategy, business transformation, and culture change. He wrote the first edition of After the Merger, and has written over 20 books on individual and organizational performance. Donald Robinson, a Manager in Pritchett & Associates' Consulting Group, has led merger integration projects in England, France, Germany, Holland, Sweden, Canada, and the United States. Robinson has published articles and been quoted in The Journal of Mergers and Acquisitions, HR Magazine, and CIO. Russell Clarkson, Consulting Principal at Pritchett & Associates, has led the implementation of clients' merger integration and project management initiatives in support of process or organizational redesign. Clarkson has taught at Renesselaer Polytechnic Institute, and served as Director to New York University's Management Decision Laboratory.

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