Having knowledge of stress and an opinion of stress isn't effective stress prevention management.
Effective stress prevention management requires the right action at the right time.
And it starts with employers and managers.
Stress is on the increase. But sending stressed employees home for peace and quiet, so they can recuperate, is not the answer.For the past 17 years, Helle Folden Dybdahl, Jesper Karle and Lars Aakerlund have been working intensively with both th treatment and prevention of stress. They have advised leaders, managers and employees across Europe and all types of organisations - both public and private - and they've learned that the sooner a person recieves the right help to deal with stress, the less effort is needed and the better the result. It all starts with leadership and management in the workplace. Not just in theory but in practice too.
I'll do it tomorrow - 4 steps to stress prevention management debunks a number of myths about stress. Through 4 effective steps the authors demonstrate how the relationship between a manager and an employee is the place to start to break the stress curve - something no one has managed to do yet.
I'll do it tomorrow - 4 steps to stress prevention management presents what you need to know about both your employees and yourself when it comes to dealing with stress. It shows you how you can tribute to preventing stress through your management and leadership, whether you are a manager in the public or private sector.
I'll do it tomorrow - 4 steps to stress prevention management is a vital tool book for all managers no matter the industry or level.