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 Boost Productivity while Curbing Stress

 
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), 25 percent of all employees view their jobs as the number one stressor in their lives.
The pace of work, more than likely, isn’t going to change any time soon. To stave off the stress, there are several ways you can effectively build resilience skills via attitudes, behaviors and social supports.
The following are a few pointers that can help executives, managers and entrepreneurs - and those aspiring to be - to be more effective at managing their work life: 
1. Be Self-Aware: When a person knows how they prefer to communicate, understands their preferences about ways to learn and recognizes that other teammates have different preferences, it allows them to take steps in advance and avoid unnecessary stress.
2. Recognize What Triggers Stress: If we don’t recognize these stressors when we’re in specific situations, then we’re limited by our emotional response triggers.
3. Compartmentalize: Designate certain tasks their own time. It’s been proven by the American Psychological Association that those who multitask tend to be poor performers, and easily get overwhelmed.
 
– Insights
About the Author: With global headquarters in Dundee Scotland and U.S. headquarters in Austin, TX, Insights is a people development company whose focus is on professional training and coaching to identify challenges faced within an organization and to deliver learning and solutions to move past them and grow.
 
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