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HBR guide to managing stress at work
HBR guide to managing stress at work
When your job is demanding so much from you that it's starting to wear you down, here's how to stay productive, cope with the pressure, renew your energy, and perform at your best.
Boston, Massachusetts : Harvard Business Review Press, c2014.
ix, 174 pages ; 23 cm.
"Renew your energy, lighten the load, strike a better balance" --- cover.Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents note continued: Propose a schedule that benefits everyone---not just you / Amy Gallo -- 8.How Two-Career Couples Stay Happy -- It's hard, but possible, to balance two big jobs and one healthy relationship / John Coleman -- 9.Don't Take a Bad Day Home with You -- Leave on a high note / John Baldoni -- Section 4 FINDING THE TOOLS THAT WORK FOR YOU -- 10.Positive Intelligence -- Change your relationship with stress / Shawn Achor -- 11.Real Leaders Have Real Lives -- Stop juggling and start integrating / Stewart D. Friedman -- 12.A Practical Plan for When You Feel Overwhelmed -- How to jump in when there's too much to do / Peter Bregman -- 13.Desk Yoga: 6 Poses You Won't Be Embarrassed to Do---Even in an Open Environment -- Work those kinks out of your neck / Linda Steinberg -- 14.Diversify Yourself -- Be more than your job / Peter Bregman.Machine generated contents note: Stress is inevitable---but you can take control / Heidi Grant Halvorson -- Section 1 UNDERSTANDING HOW YOU'RE WIRED -- 1.Are You Working Too Hard? A Conversation with Herbert Benson, MD -- Relax at the height of your struggle / Bronwyn Fryer -- 2.Overloaded Circuits: Why Smart People Underperform -- Combat distractibility, inner frenzy, and impatience / Edward M. Hallowell -- Section 2 RENEWING YOUR ENERGY -- 3.Manage Your Energy, Not Your Time -- Use rituals to gain balance and get more done / Catherine McCarthy -- 4.Why Great Performers Sleep More -- It sharpens your focus and helps you manage your emotions more effectively / Tony Schwartz -- Section 3 IMPROVING YOUR WORK/LIFE BALANCE -- 5.No, You Can't Have It All -- A framework for managing your toughest trade-offs / Eric C. Sinoway -- 6.Making Time Off Predictable---and Required -- Break the cycle of 24/7 responsiveness / Jessica L. Porter -- 7.Winning Support for Flexible Work --
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LocationCollectionCall numberStatus/Desc
Sandringham LibraryHealth and Wellbeing158.72 HARAvailable