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101 Ways to Manage Workplace Stress

Practical Tools and Strategies for Individuals, Teams and Organisations

Media Type - Toolkit
Author - Mary Richards
Subject(s) - Stress Management

Practical tools and strategies for individuals, teams and organisations
Each tool comes complete with background information, an explanation of its purpose and details of when and how to use it.

Use this versatile, comprehensive toolkit for:
• Individual study and personal development
• Team development Training courses,

Workshops and seminars
• Developing organisational policies and programmes
• Inclusion in induction programmes.

The 101 tools are all photocopiable and subjects covered include:

• Stress at work
• Recognising stress
• Strategies for managing stress at work
• Thinking skills
• Behavioural skills
• Organisational skills
• Physical skills
• Lifestyle skills
• Tools for team leaders
• Managing stress in a team
• The case for a stress management policy and programme
• Developing a stress management policy and programme

Section One: The Starting Point
1. Stress at work – the principles and knowledge needed to make the most of the tools in this pack.

Section Two: An Individual Approaches
2. Recognising stress – learning how to recognise stress in yourself and others
3. Strategies for managing stress at work – identifying skills and strategies for the long and short-term management of stress
4. Thinking skills – developing thinking skills to reduce pressure and stress at work
5. Behavioural skills – understanding the impoact of responses to pressure and how to adjust accordingsly.
6. Organisational skills – using organisational skills to reduce pressure and stress at work
7. Physical skills – becoming fit to manage stress
8. Lifestyle skills – how to increase your resilience to stress

Section Three: A Team Approaches
9. Tools for team leaders – identifying stress in your team, strategies for dealing with stress, strategies for reducing pressure
10. Managing stress in the team – adjusting the level of pressure in a team to reduce stress and enhance performance.

Section Four: A Corporate Approach
11. The case for a stress management policy and programme – getting stress management on to your organisation's ajenda
12. Developing a stress management policy and program – estabilishing, introducing and maintaining a stress management policy and programme.

  • Publisher - Fenman
    Support Material - 101 Activities
    Length - 490 pages
  • Pricing
    Price - INR 9,950
    Intl. Price - £ 150.00