Workplace stress encourages the lazy option of the fast-food takeaway. This habit works against proper nutrition and a restful midday break, setting up more of the pressures that build up into stress.
The well-built and wide-open roads of UAE are among the most dangerous in the world. Stress training expert Carole Spiers examines conflicting theories about the roots of high-risk driving.
Bottling-up your grievances at work causes stress and anxiety. Now research proves decisively that it causes heart disease. The chance to log your problems in a formal report is an important key to a healthy workplace.
The recent shutdown was a small version of a world crisis, for which we need to be prepared. Such rapid corporate change would require the immediate application of many forms of stress management training
Finding time to smell the roses – a code for good time management, stress management strategies and sensible philosophy. We often need reminding of it by people who have known great tragedy, and overcome it.
The workings of memory have been an obscure subject till now. But recent research demonstrates that you memorise better and longer when you’re feeling relaxed at the moment of input.
24/7 work-attendance is assumed to be an unfortunate necessity in competitive business. New evidence shows that it induces a state of ‘bad intensity’ that discourages creative insight.
Email overload can dominate your working day, unless you actively prevent it. Management should restrict email to its correct purpose, which is pure information, and not persuasion or debate.