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'Stress in the City', Providing Insights into Stress-related Issues, Latest Research and Current Trends

The Spiral of Sleeplessness

Working late could cost you precious sleep. Do what the tycoons do: relax and take your mind off work for the last hour before going to bed.
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Make flexible working patterns work for you

With the end of ‘a job for life’, the ticking of the demographic ‘time bomb’, and the ever-increasing pace of new technology, employers are ha
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Stress management ‘helps the heart’

Reports from a cardiac rehab program in America indicate that learning to relax and cope with pressure could cut heart problems by 40%-50%.
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Learn How to Manage Your Anger

Anger never helps. So trace it back to its roots - high stress, low self-esteem, frustrations at home - and learn to resolve it.
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Every Second Counts

Crisis Management achieves short-term results, but often causes stress. Time Management may avert crises altogether.
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Bullying Has No Place in a Healthy Workplace

There are many forms of bullying - overt and covert - that can spread fear and stress. It needs to be rooted-out of the corporate culture.
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How to cope with trauma

You can’t prepare for a traumatic incident. But management can learn proven techniques for post-trauma interventions that work.
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Changing Times Demand Positive Leadership

The Brexit debate is facing Theresa May with a formidable mix of challenges, that will need a highly developed quality of resilience.
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Do You Believe in ‘Happiness Hours’?

Of course, the key to employee motivation with increased performance and productivity is dependent upon excellent management initiatives and good comm
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Great Success on National Stress Awareness Day

We are now at the end of the 2016 National Stress Awareness Day campaign where we had a great turnout from the International Stress Management Associa
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The Impact of Losing concentration

Being able to concentrate is not an easy skill to develop and retain as life, for all of us, has so many disruptions.
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Letting go of a Friendship

Research shows that relationships are central to our health and wellbeing and can be one of the most rewarding aspects of our life. However, for a
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Building Virtual Relationships

I am a firm believer in the value of face-to-face communication. However, over the past few weeks, I have been impressed by a story of hope and suppor
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Are you going through a Mid-life Crisis?

Mid-life crisis? Are you going through one. Find out here and read on.
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The importance of being happy at work

On 20th March, it is The International Day of Happiness – an official day that is now celebrated throughout the world and was established by the Uni
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Are you an introvert?

In the corporate world, with its emphasis on self-promotion and networking, many introverts feel immense pressure to act like extroverts. Such individ
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How to fast-track your promotion

Most people want to get on in life and improve their career prospects but in the competitive workplace in which we work, promotional prospects are not
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Crisis: It could happen to you!

Working with the #media at a time of #crisis is a skill in its own right
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Destress: Find out how to speak in public with no stress!

Good public speakers need to use proven techniques that have an impact on their audience.
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Work in Progress

It is important to hold onto an optimistic attitude that will lead you into the mindset of increased career opportunity
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Taking Gratitude into 2015

As we start 2015, let us reflect on all of those things for which we should be grateful.
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Does being a Perfectionist Cause you Stress?

Perfectionists are sometimes aware that their constant aim for standards are stressful and possibly unreasonable
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Are you Role Model to others?

A #rolemodel is someone who serves as an exemplar, whose consistent #behaviour is emulated by others
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Being a Loner in the Workplace

Find out how to get the most out of people who like to work alone.
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Featured Blogs

Make flexible working patterns work for you

With the end of ‘a job for life’, the ticking of the demographic ‘time bomb’, and the ever-increasing pace of new technology, employers are ha
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Crisis: It could happen to you!

Working with the #media at a time of #crisis is a skill in its own right
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Destress: Find out how to speak in public with no stress!

Good public speakers need to use proven techniques that have an impact on their audience.
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