By Prof. Cary Cooper, Dr. Howard Kahn
In this easy-to-follow booklet, Professor Cary Cooper and Dr Howard Kahn guide
you throughout the steps you could take to control and keep an eye on pressure within the place of work. This booklet enables you to comprehend what tension is and determine how and why it happens at paintings, and provides useful recommendation that will help you make confident changes.
Find out 50 belongings you can do to regulate tension at paintings this present day including:
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How your body may react: Fast shallow breathing Headaches Constant tiredness Restlessness Sleeping problems Tendency to sweat Nervous twitches Craving for food Cramps or muscle spasms Pins and needles High blood pressure Feeling sick or dizzy Constipation or diarrhoea Indigestion or heartburn Lack of appetite Sexual difficulties Fainting Chest pains Grinding your teeth at night How you may feel: Irritable Aggressive Depressed Fearing failure Dreading the future A loss of interest in others Taking no interest in life Neglected That there’s no one to confide in A loss of sense of humour Bad or ugly Fearful that you are seriously ill How you may behave: Finding it difficult to make decisions Finding it difficult to concentrate Denying there’s a problem Avoiding difficult situations Frequently crying Biting your nails Unable to show your true feelings Being very snappy or aggressive Finding it difficult to talk to others Mind suggests that the more of these you experience, the more stressed you are.
There appear to be five major sources of stress at work: The stressors that come with the job, such as your working conditions, the technology you have to work with, the work itself - sometimes an overload of work, sometimes an underload - or working long hours. The role of the individual - whether this involves role conflict or role ambiguity - and the responsibility you have for others. Your career development. Perhaps you feel you are not being challenged in your current role, or you consider yourself worthy of a promotion due to a large workload.
Do not attempt to compromise and accommodate the other side - you’ll get less money. Believe that you are worth the money. 10. How to cope with working in an open-plan office If you’ve had to work in an open-plan office or ‘hot-desked’, or have been involved in ‘hotelling’, then you’ll know what the company thinks the benefits are. They can reduce the expenses of their office overheads, occupancy costs, the space required by staff and the furniture needed. Open-plan offices can lead to bosses becoming more controlling because now they can see everyone and everything.
50 Things You Can Do Today to Manage Stress at Work by Prof. Cary Cooper, Dr. Howard Kahn