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Main Title A survival guide to the stress of organizational change /
Author Pritchett, Price,
Other Authors
Author Title of a Work
Pound, Ron.
Publisher Pritchett & Associates,
Year Published 1995
OCLC Number 32340395
ISBN 0944002161; 9780944002162
Subjects Job stress. ; Stress management. ; Organizational change. ; Stress, Psychological--prevention & control. ; Workplace. ; Organizational Innovation.
Holdings
Library Call Number Additional Info Location Last
Modified
Checkout
Status
EHAM  HF5548.85.P764 1995 Region 1 Library/Boston,MA 08/28/1998
EJAM  HF5548.85.P75 1995 Region 3 Library/Philadelphia, PA 09/01/1995
EJDM HRD HF5548.85.P75 1995 2 Copies OASQA Library/Fort Meade,MD 09/29/1995
ELDM  HF5548.85.P764 1995 NHEERL/MED Library/Duluth,MN 09/08/2006
ESAM  HF5548.85.P75 1995 Region 10 Library/Seattle,WA 03/01/1996
Collation 36 p. ; 23 cm.
Contents Notes
Expect somebody else to reduce your stress -- Decide not to change -- Act like a victim -- Try to play a new game by the old rules -- Shoot for a low-stress work setting -- Try to control the uncontrollable -- Choose your own pace of change -- Fail to abandon the expendable -- Slow down -- Be afraid of the future -- Pick the wrong battles -- Psychologically unplug from your job -- Avoid new assignments -- Try to eliminate uncertainty and instability -- Assume "caring mangement" should keep you comfortable. A Survival Guide to the Stress of Organizational Change shows employees how they can avoid 15 basic mistakes that create major stress in the workplace. If your organization is changing (and whose isn't?) you can bet that many of your people are reacting in ways that are dead wrong. The result is unnecessary job stress, and unnecessary costs that damage your bottom line. This easy-to-read handbook explains the sources of stress and provides practical, usable tips for reducing stress like: stop expecting somebody else to reduce your stress; use humor to lighten your emotional load; develop better time management habits; don't try to control the uncontrollable.