Preventing Stress in Organizations: How to Develop Positive Managers

Preventing Stress in Organizations: How to Develop Positive Managers

Emma Donaldson-Feilder, Joanne Yarker, and Rachel Lewis

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Preventing Stress in Organizations: How to Develop Positive Managers is a practical text intended to help any organization or individual improve stress management skills with the primary focus on front line manager behaviors and techniques. Case study examples bring a “real world” perspective to the text with both good and poor examples supporting each of the core management competencies. These core management competencies are 1) Respectful and Responsible: Managing emotions and having integrity; 2) Managing and communicating existing and future work; 3) Managing the individual within the team; and 4) Reasoning/Managing difficult situations.

Information on how to deal with barriers to positive manager behaviors, how to support managers in behavior change, and how to map a path forward for your organization are also covered.

"…This book does an excellent job of painting the picture of stress in an organization…[and] is a ‘how to’ for proactive and specific management techniques and behaviors that help employees, managers, and the whole organization deal with stress in healthy ways." — Amy H. Snow, MHS, CIH
ISBN: 978-0-4706-6553-4


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Product Details:

Product ID: 11-002
Publication Year: 2011
Page length: 280 pages