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 having to consider a wide range of new working patterns that take account of this rapidly changing work climate. Types of flexible working There are many well-established alternatives to full-time working: […]
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Motivational Speaker Carole Spiers says that regulations may be introduced for good reasons, but too many of them can stifle initiative, and heighten executive stress. They can also be exploited by those administering them, sometimes obsessive one-issue crusaders.
Motivational Speaker Carole Spiers says that passive aggression may seem an improvement on active aggression, but it can destroy the momentum of a project. Often it is linked to inadequate change management, causing needless stress at work.
Motivational Speaker Carole Spiers says that interim management can set up serious workplace stress through the unsettling impact of a new manager, and the awareness that these are remunerated better than their full-time counterparts.
Motivational Speaker Carole Spiers says … Absence management should be outsourced to specialists in workplace conflict
Motivational Speaker Carole Spiers says Absence Management is best sourced in-house, to avoid setting up an atmosphere of mistrust. The best use of outside experts is to train your own HR department for this emotive, personal agenda.
Motivational Speaker Carole Spiers says that survivor guilt is one of the most irrational stress symptoms, where the sufferer identifies too closely with the victim. In most cases, it is partly or wholly unjustified, and pointless in any case.
Motivational Speaker Carole Spiers says that the feeling of indispensability is rooted in insecurity, and can lead to serious stress symptoms. Good team-building policy always asserts that nobody is indispensable.