By Prof. Cary Cooper, Dr. Howard Kahn
In this easy-to-follow publication, Professor Cary Cooper and Dr Howard Kahn guide
you throughout the steps you could take to regulate and regulate rigidity within the place of work. This booklet allows you to comprehend what rigidity is and establish how and why it happens at paintings, and gives useful suggestion that will help you make optimistic changes.
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Additional resources for 50 Things You Can Do Today to Manage Stress at Work
You bring work home with you. What can you do about it? Ask your boss what your priorities are and reschedule your work accordingly. The less important elements of your work can wait or be given to someone else. The best way to prioritise your work is to divide your tasks into four categories: first, important and urgent tasks, which MUST be done; second, tasks that are important but not urgent (make sure you allocate enough time to do these because they are often left to one side); third, tasks that are urgent but not important (these are often tasks that are given to you by your boss - you know they are not important but you still have to complete them); fourth, tasks that are not important and not urgent (such as people interrupting you).
Then, place the activities in the order they must be done. As American author and motivational speaker Richard Carlson said: ‘Don’t sweat the small stuff’ - in other words, don’t spend your energy doing little things. Give deadlines to each activity. Build into the deadlines time delays caused by changes to the work, illnesses of key personnel, non-delivery of needed items, etc. Construct a timetable for yourself that indicates what you plan to, or must, complete every day. Or you might prepare a to-do list where you can list those jobs that are playing on your mind.
If you are the only person struggling you must question if you fit the job role. There are some rules you must follow if you want to negotiate this (or anything else at work). Make sure you know what you want from the negotiations; don’t get angry with the other person, keep calm and show concern for and understanding of the other person’s point of view; choose the right time to start negotiations (not when your boss is busy or in a bad mood); ensure that both you and the other party get something from the negotiations.
50 Things You Can Do Today to Manage Stress at Work by Prof. Cary Cooper, Dr. Howard Kahn