Stress And Work

Author by : Satish Pandey
Languange : en
Publisher by : SAGE Publishing India
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Description : Stress and Work focuses on the problem of stress from various angles and perspectives and provides empirical findings relevant to different occupational settings. It provides comprehensive research literature, which has been divided along the following theoretical perspectives: Occupational Stress and Burnout; Work–Family Conflict and Stress; Positive Stress Management; and Stress and Spirituality. This volume will be a resource-book for researchers and practitioners of management, psychology, sociology, and behavioral sciences. The prospective reader of human society and human nature will find this volume to be of immense utility.


Understanding And Managing Stress

Author by : John D. Adams
Languange : en
Publisher by : Pfeiffer & Company
Format Available : PDF, ePub, Mobi
Total Read : 91
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Description : [1] A facilitator's guide--[2] A book of readings--[3] A workbook in changing life styles.


Understanding And Managing Stress

Author by : Anderson Maddocks
Languange : en
Publisher by : Unknown
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Total Read : 15
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Fight Or Flight

Author by : Gary R. Plaford
Languange : en
Publisher by : Xlibris Corporation
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Total Read : 65
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Description : A number of books have been published explaining how we can manage stress. But how can we truly manage our own stress effectively unless we begin to understand what is happening inside us and what the factors are that initiate our personal stress response? If we understand stress more thoroughly including our own levels of stressmeaning when stress is actually motivating and helpful versus when it is debilitating and destructivethen we can more specifically learn to manage our own stress. This book initially explains stress, what happens within us, the relationship between stress and emotional intelligence, the four conditions that cause stress, how the brain works under stress, and the relationship between stress and mindset and automatic thinking. In the second half of the book we discuss managing stress based on what was discussed in the first half of the book. Rather than throwing out general ideas for stress management the book presents physical strategies for managing stress, mental strategies for managing stress, emotional strategies for managing stress, and spiritual strategies for managing stress. Spiritual strategies include looking at our values, beliefs, traditions, and how we evaluate success in addition to any religious views we might hold. Stress is natural. How we manage it does not have to be a mystery.


Understanding And Managing Stress

Author by : Daniel Frings
Languange : en
Publisher by : Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
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Total Read : 25
Total Download : 408
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Description : How can we cope better with stress? Whilst we may not be able to remove the sources of stress in our lives, we all have the potential to better manage how we respond to them. However, to do so effectively, we must also understand how stress operates. Drawing on a combination of decades of scientific evidence and his own personal experience, psychological researcher and author Dr Daniel Frings explains the processes which underpin our responses to stressful situations. He also outlines clear, effective ways to translate theory to practice - methods you can use starting today. This book comprises 10 sections, each of which concisely and clearly describes a psychological concept which is relevant to understanding and managing stress. Each ends with a 'how do I use this?' segment which presents one or two realistic ways your new insight will help you. How our biology and psychology interact when we are stressed, the role of time perception, and the effects of mindfulness and self-affirmation are just some of the topics discussed. We all want to reduce the amount of stress we experience in our lives - and this book will be an invaluable aid in doing so. About the Author Dr Daniel Frings is an active social psychologist with an interest in how the study of psychology can improve our lives on an everyday basis. His research is consistently published in top scientific journals and covers areas such as performance under stress, group decision making, social influence and motivation.


Understanding And Managing Stress

Author by : Jerry W. Robinson
Languange : en
Publisher by : Unknown
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Total Read : 74
Total Download : 148
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Understanding And Managing Stress

Author by : John D. Adams
Languange : en
Publisher by : Pfeiffer & Company
Format Available : PDF, ePub, Mobi
Total Read : 46
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How To Understand And Manage Stress

Author by : Michael R. Tunnecliffe
Languange : en
Publisher by : Unknown
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Total Read : 69
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Description : Revised edition of a book first published in 1993. Based on the author's training program on understanding and managing stress, defined as the reaction to demands that overwhelm an individual. Chapters consider the factors that influence stress levels, identifying our stressors, responses to trauma and change, physical, mental ways of managing stress, and designing lifestyle to avoid burn-out. With further reading. The author is a presenter of stress management courses, and the book is based on his program.


Distress To De Stress

Author by : Tim Watkins
Languange : en
Publisher by : Unknown
Format Available : PDF, ePub, Mobi
Total Read : 94
Total Download : 279
File Size : 40,6 Mb
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Description : Every one of us experiences stress. Most times, it is relatively mild and short-lived. But when stress is severe and enduring, it can seriously undermine health and wellbeing, and is a major cause of common mental illnesses like anxiety disorders and depression.This Life Surfing guide explains what stress is, and - crucially - what healthy steps you can take to manage stress and promote long-term personal wellbeing. The guide includes 30 quick and easy stress management techniques.


Managing Stress

Author by : Justin Healey
Languange : en
Publisher by : Unknown
Format Available : PDF, ePub, Mobi
Total Read : 28
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Description : We all experience stress, however it is often difficult to recognise and control. A little stress is actually good for us, motivating us to explore new challenges and react to perceived threats with our innate 'fight or flight¿ response. Chronic stress, on the other hand, can play a role in many psychological and physiological ailments and cause serious harm. What exactly is stress, what is the difference between 'good¿ and 'bad¿ stress, and how does it affect our health and mental wellbeing? What are the best techniques for coping with pressure? This book explores the topic in three chapters: Understanding and Managing Stress; Work-Related Stress; and Study Stress.Chapter 1: Understanding and Managing StressChapter 2: Work-Related StressChapter 3: Study StressGlossary; Fast Facts; Web Links; Index


Managing Stress Skills For Self Care Personal Resiliency And Work Life Balance In A Rapidly Changing World

Author by : Brian Luke Seaward
Languange : en
Publisher by : Jones & Bartlett Learning
Format Available : PDF, ePub, Mobi
Total Read : 57
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Description : Updated to provide a modern look at the daily stessors evolving in our ever changing society, Managing Stress: Skills for Self-Care, Personal Resiliency and Work-Life Balance in a Rapidly Changing World, Tenth Edition provides a comprehensive approach to stress management, honoring the balance and harmony of the mind, body, spirit, and emotions. Referred to as the “authority on stress management” by students and professionals, this book equips readers with the tools needed to identify and manage stress while also coaching on how to strive for health and balance in these changing times. The holistic approach taken by internationally acclaimed lecturer and author Brian Luke Seaward gently guides the reader to greater levels of mental, emotional, physical, and spiritual well-being by emphasizing the importance of the mind-body-spirit connection.


Managing Stress At Work In A Week Teach Yourself

Author by : Stephen Evans-Howe
Languange : en
Publisher by : Teach Yourself
Format Available : PDF, ePub, Mobi
Total Read : 68
Total Download : 658
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Description : Understand stress fast, without cutting corners The ability to manage stress is crucial to anyone who wants to advance their career. In this short, accessible book, Stephen Evans-Howe shares a lifetime of hard-earned wisdom and practical advice, giving you, in straightforward language, all the insight you need to understand and manage stress. The 'in a week' structure explains the essentials of stress at work over just 7 days: Sunday: Examine the common causes of stress from a work/organisational perspective and an individual level Monday: Understand the basic psychological and physiological aspects of stress Tuesday: Gain an overview of the issues of stress surrounding job roles and responsibility, and consider potential solutions Wednesday: Understand the stress associated with workload, work pressure and work environment and develop the tools to deal with it Thursday: Create a supportive environment to combat conflict and certain behaviours Friday: Gain an insight into change management and how it can help relieve stress within your team Saturday: Use practical steps to help indivduals take responsibility for managing their own stress At the end there are questions to ensure you have taken it all in and cartoons, diagrams and visual aids throughout help make Managing Stress At Work In A Week an enjoyable and effective learning experience. So what are you waiting for? Take the fast track to successful stress management!


Emptying The Bucket

Author by : Evan M. Axelrod
Languange : en
Publisher by : CreateSpace
Format Available : PDF, ePub, Mobi
Total Read : 87
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File Size : 41,5 Mb
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Description : The purpose of this book is to help people understand what stress is, what it does, what impact it can have on people, and what we can do about it. This book begins by defining stress and discussing the differences between stressors that are learned and stressors that are instinctive. Next, how people find themselves "spinning out of control" due to stress will be reviewed by explaining the stress cycle, followed by a thorough discussion of the symptoms related to both short-term and long-term stress. One potential outcome of prolonged exposure to stress, burnout, will also be examined and potential steps to avoid burnout will be presented. This book will also provide a complete review of traumatic/critical incident stress by defining what it is and explaining the phases of trauma, discussing how a person is contaminated by traumatic stress, and intervention strategies to lessen the impact of trauma. Finally, because being able to manage stress effectively and appropriately is the cornerstone of feeling better, being healthier, and addressing a variety of health issues, both mental and physical, this book will review numerous techniques for managing stress and trauma in an effort to help people become more effective at emptying their buckets.


Managing Anxiety And Stress

Author by : James Archer
Languange : en
Publisher by : Taylor & Francis
Format Available : PDF, ePub, Mobi
Total Read : 69
Total Download : 273
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Description : This self-help book provides information about stress and stress management. The first part focuses on awareness of stress. A number of activities are included to help the individual understand and analyze stress reactions. Information is provided about stressors, performance stress, cumulative stress, and several other aspects of stress reactions. Also included is information about negative effects of excessive stress including physical, psychological, and behavioral difficulties. Finally an approach to managing stress which requires an understanding of the stress interaction model is discussed. The second part focuses on relaxation approaches to stress management. Approaches focus on body relaxation. A format for assessing current relaxation methods is presented, as well as information on several specific approaches to relaxation. A discussion on meditation, and a presentation of progressive deep muscle relaxation are also included. The third part focuses on nutrition and exercise. Principles and suggestions are provided for improving dietary habits and developing an effective exercise program. The fourth part focuses on mind approaches to stress management. Four different aspects of cognitive processes as they relate to stress management are examined. Actual thinking processes are examined, and modifying inaccurate thinking to improve stress management is discussed. The fifth part examines broader life-style issues. The focus is on how choices are made about important life issues, and how these choices influence one's personal environment. (LLL)


Managing Stress

Author by : Dr Tim Newton
Languange : en
Publisher by : SAGE
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Total Read : 44
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Description : This volume provides a thought-provoking and timely alternative to prevailing approaches to stress at work. These invariably present stress as a 'fact of modern life' and assume it is the "individual" who must take primary responsibility for his or her capacity - or incapacity - to cope. This book, by contrast, sets stress at work in the context of wider debates about emotion, subjectivity and power in organizations, viewing it as an emotional product of the social and political features of work and organizational life. Tim Newton analyzes the historical development of the dominant stress discourse' in modern psychology and elsewhere. Drawing on a range of perspectives - from labour process theory to the work of Foucault and Elias - he explores other possible ways of understanding stress at work. He offers a cogent critique of the typical stress management interventions in organizations through which employees are supposed to increase their effectiveness and become stress-fit'. With contributions from two colleagues, he explores various ways of rewriting' stress at work. Together they emphasize the gendered nature of stress, the collective production and reproduction of stressful work experiences, and the relation of stress to issues of emotion management and control in organizations.


Stress Management For Life A Research Based Experiential Approach

Author by : Michael Olpin
Languange : en
Publisher by : Cengage Learning
Format Available : PDF, ePub, Mobi
Total Read : 86
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Description : Clearly explaining the how to of stress management and prevention, STRESS MANAGEMENT FOR LIFE, 4e emphasizes experiential learning and encourages students to personalize text information through practical applications and a tool box of stress-reducing resources, including activities and online stress-relief audio files. Michael Olpin and Margie Hesson offer more than just a book about stress; they offer students a life-changing experience. Well-researched and engaging, the Fourth Edition empowers students to experience personal wellness by understanding and managing stress, gives stress-related topics a real-life context, and motivates students to manage stress in a way that accommodates their lifestyle, values, and goals. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.


Understanding And Managing Children S Behaviour Through Group Work Ages 7 11

Author by : Cath Hunter
Languange : en
Publisher by : Routledge
Format Available : PDF, ePub, Mobi
Total Read : 96
Total Download : 233
File Size : 55,8 Mb
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Description : 'I would highly recommend the skills, expertise and delivery that Cath can bring to a school and can guarantee that any school following her advice will not regret it.' Carl McIver, Head of School, St. Willibrord's R.C. Primary, Manchester 'I have worked with Cath Hunter now in two schools and find that the work she does with children, parents and staff is amazing.' Sam Foord, Headteacher, Ravensbury Community School, Manchester Understanding and Managing Children’s Behaviour provides the reader with an insight into children’s emotional wellbeing and helps them to understand what and how children communicate and how to respond in a way that provides positive messages, increases their emotional vocabulary and encourages them to change their behaviour. It provides an alternative and effective child centred way of managing children’s behaviour through introducing the concept of reflective language and other tools, equipping staff with new skills that are transferable across the school in any role. The book is divided into two sections, enabling the reader to link theory with practice. The first section takes the reader on a journey to help them understand the different factors that influence children’s behaviour. The second section of the book focuses on the group work programmes, how they can be used, their value and the impact they can have on children and the school as a whole. The activities in the group work programme explore the concept of using reflective language as a behaviour management tool and are designed to motivate, build confidence, self-esteem and resilience. Useful pedagogical features throughout the book include:- Practitioner and classroom management tips and reflective tasks; Strategies and practical ideas for staff to use to help them engage more deeply with the contents of the book; Flexible, tried and tested group work programmes designed to promote inclusion rather than exclusion; Clear step by step instructions for delivering the work programmes; Case studies showing behaviour examples with detailed explanations for the behaviour and strategies to respond to it. The book is aimed at all primary school staff, especially teaching assistants, learning mentors and family workers who can deliver the group work programmes. It is also recommended reading for SENCOs and trainee teachers and will also be useful for therapists who work with children and are looking at delivering other approaches in their work.


The Key To Managing Stress At Work

Author by : 50MINUTES,
Languange : en
Publisher by : 50 Minutes
Format Available : PDF, ePub, Mobi
Total Read : 66
Total Download : 816
File Size : 51,7 Mb
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Description : Ready to take your career to the next level? Find out everything you need to know about managing stress at work with this practical guide. Stress is a natural part of life, and we have all experienced it at some point. However, if you are unable to control it, it can lead to frustration, a feeling of being overwhelmed and even burnout. Fortunately, there are a number of simple steps you can take to reduce the effects stress has on you and turn it into a constructive force that drives you to perform at your best. In 50 minutes you will be able to: • Find out what makes you stressed and eliminate the factors that trigger stress • Control how you react to stress and pressure at work • Analyse and understand your behaviour in stressful situations ABOUT 50MINUTES.COM | COACHING The Coaching series from the 50Minutes collection is aimed at all those who, at any stage in their careers, are looking to acquire personal or professional skills, adapt to new situations or simply re-evaluate their work-life balance. The concise and effective style of our guides enables you to gain an in-depth understanding of a broad range of concepts, combining theory, constructive examples and practical exercises to enhance your learning.


Understanding And Managing Children S Behaviour Through Group Work Ages 3 5

Author by : Cath Hunter
Languange : en
Publisher by : Routledge
Format Available : PDF, ePub, Mobi
Total Read : 84
Total Download : 357
File Size : 53,6 Mb
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Description : Understanding and Managing Children’s Behaviour through Group Work Ages 3-5 provides the reader with an insight into children’s emotional well-being and helps them to understand what and how children communicate and how to respond in a way that provides positive messages, increases their emotional vocabulary and encourages them to change their behaviour. It provides an alternative and effective child centred way of managing children’s behaviour through introducing the concept of reflective language and other tools, equipping staff with new skills that are transferable across the school in any role. The book is divided into two sections, enabling the reader to link theory with practice. The first section takes the reader on a journey to help them understand the different factors that influence children’s behaviour. The second section of the book focuses on the group work programmes, how they can be used, their value and the impact they can have on children and the classroom environment as a whole. The activities in the group work programme explore the concept of using reflective language as a behaviour management tool and are designed to motivate, build confidence, self-esteem and resilience. Useful pedagogical features throughout the book include:- Practitioner and classroom management tips and reflective tasks; Strategies and practical ideas for staff to use to help them engage more deeply with the contents of the book; Flexible, tried and tested group work programmes designed to promote inclusion rather than exclusion; Clear step by step instructions for delivering the work programmes; Case studies showing behaviour examples with detailed explanations for the behaviour and strategies to respond to it. The book is aimed at all early years practitioners and any students training to work with children of E.Y.F.S age. It is also recommended reading for SENCOs and trainee teachers and will also be useful for therapists who work with children and are looking at delivering other approaches in their work.


The Stress Management Handbook

Author by : Eva Selhub, MD
Languange : en
Publisher by : Simon and Schuster
Format Available : PDF, ePub, Mobi
Total Read : 94
Total Download : 261
File Size : 42,8 Mb
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Description : Shift negativity into positivity in seconds. Happiness comes from getting what we want, be it love, recognition, money, and support, among others. But most people, in their search for happiness, find themselves pleasing everyone else over themselves until they end up with feelings of resentment, frustration, and anger. Whether they’re looking for love, work, solutions to a problematic marriage, or are facing an empty nest, health problems, or enormous levels of stress from living in the modern world, The Stress Management Handbook teaches readers how to speak and live from a place of love, rather than a place of frustration or resentment. Dr. Eva’s laser coach methods help readers understand anger and stress like they never have before, and offer crafted anger management tools to nurture themselves back to a place of happiness. Topics include: Understanding the stress response and negative emotions Uncovering your deep triggers Mindfulness to calm your madness Finding your power And more! Through the framework of Dr. Eva Selhub’s lighthearted and humorous guide to stress management, readers will learn how to use her tools to hone in on the cause of their anger and release it to find bliss.