Learning to manage stress at work benefits both the individual and the organisation. The Stress Pocketbook is full of practical advice on ways to manage your own stress, and how to help others. Emphasis is on what to do rather than on theory. The book was voted 'best of its kind' by the Management Today journal in a review of similar publications. It commented: 'A user-friendly guide to stress management. The simple, quick-fire descriptions of common workplace situations are useful. Well worth keeping handy'.
Useful information and tips in seven sections
• Your Thoughts
• Your Responses
• Your Lifestyle
• Getting Results
• Stress in Your Organisation.
A really useful adjunct to any stress management or stress counselling programme. As it costs so little it could be included in the price of the course or sessions'.
Illustrated by Phil Hailstone.
About the Author
Mary Richards wrote this book when she was a business consultant and trainer, with a background in education, international marketing and general management. Mary now combines her writing with her work as a therapist. Written in the light of her interest in the links between the mind, the emotions, the body’s structure and energy systems – and many more life experiences!
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