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A Guide to Managing Workplace Stress
by Trevor, Hicks and McSherry, Caroline. Universal Publishers (January 31, 2007).
Work-related stress is therefore a serious problem and tackling it effectively can result in significant benefits for organizations. This can result in a happier and more productive workforce with fewer days away from work with stress related illnesses.  Information 

A Self-Diagnostic Approach to Understanding Organizational and Personal Stressors: The C-O-P-E Model for Stress Reduction by Bernadette H. Schell (Hardcover - Mar 30, 1997). Quorum Books (March 30, 1997).
This book was written to help organizations and their members better manage stress. Through a simple framework, C-O-P-E, human resource managers are provided the tools with which to determine if they and their organization are in Control, are showing Outward signs of distress, have Personality predispositions which escalate or de-escalate stress levels, and are Energy-balanced. Information 

Banishing Burnout: Six Strategies for Improving Your Relationship with Work by Michael P. Leiter and Christina Maslach (Hardcover - April 5, 2005). Jossey-Bass; 1 edition (April 5, 2005).
A book for everyone in the workforce! Banishing Burnout will help you assess the most critical components of job success, while also helping you identify and develop strategies for mitigating the challenges and exploiting the opportunities of a less than perfect workplace. Information 

Comfort at Your Computer: Body Awareness Training for Pain-Free Computer Use by Paul Linden (Paperback - April 10, 2000). North Atlantic Books; 2 Sub edition (April 10, 2000).
True to its title, the book shows the reader in clear and easy to understand steps how to use a computer in comfort. Information  

De-stressing 101: Tools for Living a Stress-Free Life by Karen Dja Ashby (Paperback - May 11, 2007). Sema Institute (May 11, 2007).
The readers will be hooked from the first word. Excellent work. The dialogue is extremely easy to understand and follow. The readers will appreciate the ease with which this may be read. You provide the readers confidence to succeed because of this dialogue. Information  

Detox Your Desk: Declutter Your Life and Mind by Theo Theobald and Cary L. Cooper (Paperback - Jan 14, 2008). Capstone (January 14, 2008).
Detox Your Desk helps you fight back by purging your system office toxins, so you can take control of the everyday stuff and calmly field whatever lands in your in-tray. Information  

Face It: Recognizing and Conquering the Hidden Fear That Drives All Conflict at Work by Art Horn (Hardcover - Jun 2004). AMACOM; 1 edition (June 2004).
The primary reason people don't succeed at work is fear, according to Horn, an executive consultant and coach in Toronto. This fear creates different personalities, including worriers, control freaks, fakes, attention-seekers, victims and prisoners. Using examples from his own practice, Horn explains how to diagnose these profiles. Information 

Fitness 9 to 5: Easy Exercises for the Working Week by Shirley Archer and Chuck Gonzales (Paperback - Mar 16, 2006). Chronicle Books (March 16, 2006).
Fitness 9 to 5 is the perfect antidote to long hours hunched over a desk and missed dates with the gym. This handy book features 75 quick and easy exercises that can be performed discreetly while sitting at a desk, standing at a file cabinet, and even on the morning commute. Information 

How to Stay Cool, Calm & Collected When the Pressure's On by John Newman (Paperback - Feb 28, 2007). Amacom (February 28, 2007).
How to Stay Cool, Calm & Collected When the Pressure's On offers a systematic approach to dealing with a world that often seems a chaotic confluence of tough decisions, difficult situations, and combative people. Information 

Perfect Balance: Create Time and Space for All Parts of Your Life by Paul Wilson (Paperback - May 17, 2007). Tarcher (May 17, 2007).
In Perfect Balance, Paul Wilson reveals the strategies and techniques for finding balance among all the parts of your busy life. Information 

Taking Charge of Organizational Conflict: A Guide to Managing Anger and Confrontation by David Cowan (Paperback - Nov 1, 2003). Personhood Press; 2nd edition (November 1, 2003).
Exploring the role of conflict in organizations, this book helps managers, employees, and organizations come to grips with all types of conflict. Conflict is discussed as a likely result of human interaction, and the key purpose of this program is to assist people in effectively and productively managing and taking advantage of these inevitable conflict situations. Information 

The Entrepreneur Diet: The On-the-Go Plan for Fitness, Weight Loss and Healthy Living (Entrepreneur Magazine) by Tom Weede (Hardcover - Dec 1, 2006). Entrepreneur Press; 1 edition (December 1, 2006).
Mainstream diets, daily two-hour workouts . . . They just don't fit the lifestyles of busy entrepreneurs, or anyone who's crunched for time. If you have a daily routine that keeps you constantly on the go, you know just what we mean. Information 

Theories of Organizational Stress by Cary L. Cooper (Paperback - May 11, 2000). Oxford University Press, USA (May 11, 2000).
The costs of stress in the workplace in most of the developed and developing world have risen, according to recent statistics revealing an increase in the number of sick days taken, labor turnover, employee burnout, premature death and decreased productivity. In one volume, this book provides all the major theories of organizational stress from the leading researchers and writers in the field. Information 

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