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This book uses the principles of positive psychology to show coaches, trainers and managers how to motivate and inspire people to build greater resilience to pressure. It presents seven key strategies for managing stress that are based around the awareness and understanding of the two psychological drivers that underlie all stress. With practical exercises and examples, this comprehensive resource offers an effective way to deal with stress that will enhance personal and work-related performance.
If you feel overwhelmed with all there is to accomplish on a daily basis, read this book. This book describes a structure of immediate lists to look at, calendars, to-do lists, reference lists and so forth. Other lists include an incubator list for long term tasks and a “waiting for” list, which has tasks that are pending from other people to be completed.
Boston, Massachusetts : Harvard Business Review Press, 2014.
This books teaches you how to harness stress so it spurs productivity, create realistic and manageable routines, aim for progress and not perfection, make the case for a flexible schedule, ease the physical tension of spending too much time at your computer, and renew yourself physically, mentally, and emotionally.
This book brings together a number of experts in the field of organizational interventions for stress and well-being, and discusses the importance of process and context issues to the success or failure of such interventions. The book explores how context and process can be incorporated into program evaluation, providing examples of how this can be done, and offers insights that aim to improve working life.
This is your definitive guide to coping with the stresses of the teaching profession and is designed to confront stress-causing factors in positive, supportive and practical ways. Whether it's the behaviour of a challenging class, the volume of paperwork or difficult relationships with colleagues causing you stress, Bill Rogers has the advice you need to make a difference.
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This book tackles the many people problems in the workplace, showing you how to identify and debunk the thoughts that bring on unhealthy reactions. Drawing on years of experience as a clinical psychologist, Dr. Klarreich shows, using quizzes, case histories, and practical programs, how these reactions can be conquered so that you can regain your health, productivity, and personal effectiveness.
Arming you with a personal toolkit to handle day to day challenges and providing strategies for thriving in uncertain times, this book shows you how to increase your ‘bouncibility’ and bounce back from whatever negative things life throws at you.
This book reveals the 50 things you need to know to survive and thrive in tough times, maintaining a positive and productive outlook whatever the circumstances. Some will surprise you, and all will inspire you. Put these 50 simple strategies together and you will have a recipe for success, a proven formula that will unlock the secrets and uncover your potential.
This book explains the impact of chronic stress on the human operating system; body, mind, and spirit, shows how a simple shift in mindset can dramatically alter physiological responses to stress, and reveals simple techniques for altering daily stress patterns to improve natural rhythms, creating a personalized performance pulse.
This book shows teachers how to build resilience and emotional strength to prevent stress and burnout as well as the negative emotions that may result. Rich with examples, easy-to-understand concepts, and simple behavioral tips, it explains how stress affects your optimism and teaching effectiveness.
This book reveals how leaders at any level can transform difficult circumstances into opportunities for growth and success. Kouzes and Posner offer a clear set of six actionable strategies, showing how extraordinary leaders navigate through uncertainty, hardship, disruption, transformation, transition, recovery, new beginnings, and other significant challenges. Exemplary leadership disrupts the status quo, and Kouzes and Posner show how to awaken and pursue new possibilities and opportunities, no matter what the circumstances.