Understanding What Causes Stress
The first stage in preventing
and lowering your own levels of stress is recognizing what stress
is and what the major causes of stress are.
How is Stress Affecting YOU?
How stressed out are YOU?
Let's take a look into what may
be causing your stress levels to
be where they currently are.
Develop a Stress-Relief
Here are some tips for staying
healthy throughout the year on campus and more.
YOUR Stress Relief PLAN : Managing Daily Habits
Knowing how to manage stress
on a day-to-day basis can be just
as tough as dealing with the
stress itself. Here is a guide to
help you along the way.
Stress Relief Products
In addition to a regular stress management program, there
are many tools available to
assist you on your path to a
Committing to the Team
oing a good job for your company often requires being a team player. Developing these "team" relationships isn't a waste of productive time. In fact, the allies you forge as part of the team can make your work a lot more pleasant and reduce job stress, too.
| Remember that doing a good job means building productive relationships as well as having productive skills.
Befriend your co-workers. You don't have to be best friends or even friends outside of work. But talk to them, have lunch with them, trade shifts with them and cooperate with them. Ask questions. Find out how they feel about issues and what their hobbies are. By paying attention to others, you'll make them feel better about themselves and you in the process.
Give credit to others. Everyone appreciates a pat on the back, and too few people really get credit for their efforts. Noticing a good job can be a priceless gift to your co-workers.
Be helpful. Help others accomplish their goals by sharing information, introducing people to each other and considering what kind of help you'd appreciate.
Ask for advice. Doing so is always a big compliment. You make your co-workers feel important, and they may become more committed to their relationship with you.