Stemming the tide of work-related stress: it’s not rocket science, it’s neuroscience
Updated: Sep 13, 2019
In a working climate where the majority of people are being asked to do more work with less resources, employees becoming more and more stressed is pretty understandable.
In fact, statistics are showing that stress in global workforces is on the rise, so much so that it is almost at epidemic proportions. Precisely because of the debilitating effects of stress on people and the quality of their work and productivity, I chose this as the focus of an article when I was invited to contribute to the Neuroscience edition of the global business journal, Development and Learning in Organisations.
What we now know about the brain means that with the right information and tools, overcoming stress is a lot easier than people think…
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